Monthly Archives: November 2014

Fujifilm X100T ~ Bert Stephani

Bert Stephani posted his Fujifilm X100T review at youtube and recommends the upgrade from the Fujifilm X100S. But it’s more than “just” a review. Bert also shares his vision/style in street photography and gives you a tip about how to … Continue reading

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Use Color to Bring Emotion to Your Photography ~ Tedric Garrison

Have you ever seen one of those pictures of a small child starving in Africa and have something tug at your heart? Have you ever seen a cover on a magazine and picked it up just because of that photo? … Continue reading

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Photo Releases: Your Rights and Obligations ~ Paul Faust

Many photographers know what photo releases are, many do not know, and far too many do not even care. But do you really need a release for any of the shots you have taken or will take? Although the answer … Continue reading

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A Look Through the Window in 13 Photos ~ Kristina Josic

There is something about colorful windows that catches your eye while walking down the street. They tell us so much about the culture and about the people of the city. Check out what we found in a variety of sizes, … Continue reading

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10 Macro Photography Subject Ideas ~ Julie Waterhouse

Are you looking for some interesting and out of the ordinary project ideas for your close up or macro photography? Want to break away from the usual flowers, leaves, plants and mushrooms? Tired of bugs, butterflies, and spiders? All of … Continue reading

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Zone System Shortcut for High Contrast B & W Photos ~ Jennifer Berube

Back in the day, Ansel Adams created the zone system for seeing light, processing negatives, and darkroom developing to get really high contrast, beautiful prints. Since film and digital are so different, we don’t talk about the zone system so … Continue reading

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What Makes a Great Photograph? ~ Matt Foden

I’m sure this article will be controversial. I mean, after all, how do you objectively characterize what makes a good photograph? It’s not like marking a mathematics paper, where there is always a right or wrong answer. Photography, much like … Continue reading

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5 Unforgiving Post-Processing Mistakes Every Bird Photographer Must Avoid ~ Prathap DK

Post-processing is one of the most important steps in the image making process. It is in fact one of the most powerful tools to make your vision come true. The camera does not see the way you see your world … Continue reading

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