Monthly Archives: April 2015

Quality of Light – What is Beautiful Light? ~ Andrew S. Gibson

We talk about quality of light a lot in photography. I often use the word beautiful, and tell people that great photos require beautiful light. But what is beautiful light? To answer that we need to understand that light has … Continue reading

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Do Visual Push-Ups Everyday to Grow as a Photographer ~ Valerie Jardin

Please note that I do not know who originally coined the phrase “visual push-ups”. I have heard it used many times and find it very suitable to describe what we should all be practicing as often as possible with our … Continue reading

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Photographing Stars Using a Kit Lens ~ Adeel Gondal

Looking at a starry sky while sitting in the open is always a soothing experience, but shooting those stars is a much better one. Have you seen those amazing starry skies and Milky Way photographs from professional photographers and wondered … Continue reading

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Advanced Tips for Tack Sharp Images ~ James Brandon

One very common question I get from photographers is why they can never get their images as sharp as the ones they see online. This is a loaded question, and it really made me think about all the things I … Continue reading

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Jay Maisel ~ Photographer

Check out this photographer for what is new in images in his Recent Work. See…

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Sony World Photography Short List

Here is a site which may give you some inspiration and ideas. See Photo Short List…

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Style and Vision: What Makes One Photographer Different From Another? ~ Dennis Nikols

In the artistic community much is said about style and how that style is more often than not linked to some innate talent. The style side is mostly true. Each artist, irrespective of their specific discipline, brings their own voice … Continue reading

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Getting It Right in the Camera — The Imagination Game ~ Mike Watson

I propose to you that getting photographs right in your camera is a game of imagination. My plan is to introduce you to that game and identify many of the possibilities available to you. In this article you will find: … Continue reading

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