Story Of Cranes in the Fire Mist by Scott Bourne

September 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Scott Bourne's Story of Cranes in the Fire Mist Simply a great story about a great shot.
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Restaurant Provides Instagram Kit

July 26, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This restaurant supplies a small Instagram kit for dining pleasure.
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How Photography Changed the World (Picture This Podcast)

July 01, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
A very good video aout some notable photographers that imho have changed history. How Photography Changed the World (Picture This Podcast)
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A Photo of James Comey Takes the Internet by Storm

June 10, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Stephen Hiltner explains how Doug Mills got a viral shot of James Comey. Click on the link below, it's an interesting read imho. Times Insider
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25 Photo Clichés You Should Stop Doing #from DigitalRev TV

June 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Stuff that many photographers do and the traps and cliches they fall into, well done by DigitalRev TV. 25 Photo Cliches You Should Stop Doing
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Saul Leiter

May 16, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I snagged this from Ted Forbes and believe that they are well spoken words. "I spent a great deal of my life being ignored. I was always very happy that way. Being ignored is a great privilege. That is how I think I learned to see what others do not see and to react to situations differently. I simply looked at the world, not really prepared for...
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Nobody Cares About Your Photography

May 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
After watching a couple of videos about nobody cares about your photography it hit home. My hat is off to Ted Forbes for his excellent analysis and reflection. While true my photographic output may not create shock waves or great followings on reflection, it just doesn't matter. I prefer to work and capture images that invoke feeling and to what I...
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Storing Your Photographic Stuff

April 15, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I'll keep this one short. While I agree that insurance is a great decision but on the other hand imho it is one that should be kept private and confidential to avoid any and all inquiring minds or thieves from knowing about your property and it's vulnerability. Safes lined with asbestos do inherently store moisture, and sealing a container with...
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Carry on Complications at the Airport and Possible Strategies

April 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I’ve shot alongside many big and well known photographic names, both paid and unpaid. Regularly I am still in contact with most of these people. All they are, are what I will call my mentors as they have had a positive influence in my photographic endeavors. I should mention that nobility and fame are two things that won’t and don’t influence my ph...
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April 27, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Color Color has become such an important tool to the photographer today. It evokes varying emotional responses such as excitement, awe, wonderment, joy, peace, fear and many more. These colors will be one of the first things to capture a viewer’s attention, creating an emotional impact. Color comes in all kinds of flavors, from being bold to...
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The Rule of Thirds and Beyond

February 22, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
The Rule of Thirds and Beyond The rule of thirds is probably a rule most photographers have heard of and use it as their primary source of composition. This is sad because there is so much more to composition than just this rule. The rule of thirds is basically nothing more than a grid with two vertical and two horizontal lines forming fo...
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January 31, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Backgrounds A good composition begins with and is highly dependent on having a good subject that attracts the viewer’s interest. Having a good background is essential to sparking that subject interest by not being distracting or by successfully adding some context and interest to the subject. Always check your background first before capturin...
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Avoid the Middle or Embrace It

January 27, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Avoid the Middle or Embrace It Putting the image in the middle is something that comes naturally for many of us and it is especially true for beginning photographers. It’s boring because the viewer goes right to the subject without looking at anything else; missing out on the story you’re trying to tell. A simple and sometimes over taught tec...
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Space, Negative and Positive

January 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Space, Negative and Positive Widely taught in Art schools but sometimes unknown or ignored in photographic circles, negative and positive space is another powerful tool that can dramatically improve the composition in your photography. This element of composition is basically made up of three things. 1. Positive Space. This is the subject; it’s...
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Aspect Ratios

January 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Aspect Ratio Why include aspect ratios into a series on composition? Choosing the frame size or aspect ratio can have a huge impact on your photograph and its composition. It has the power to emphasize your subject if one size is chosen over another. It can also create problems if you have a desired image size and the image was shot too tightly...
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