Monthly Archives: May 2015

Aliasing in Digital Photography Explained ~ Autumn Lockwood

If there’s one thing digital photography has no shortage of, it’s confusing vocabulary words. Aliasing, which is a common word in the world of digital everything (video games, CGI, photography), is one of those words that everyone has heard but … Continue reading

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10 Surefire Tips for Photographing Birds in Flight ~ Prathap DK

Recently an internal survey in my blog revealed that photographing birds in flight is the most sought after topic. It didn’t come as a surprise though, because that’s the specialty of birds. They defy gravity and rise up into the … Continue reading

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CALL FOR ENTRIES: 2nd Annual Mid-Island Photography Showcase

New & Traditional Perspectives on Digital Imagery is the topic of the 2nd annual Mid-Island Photography Showcase by the Nanaimo Arts Council. DEADLINE: MAY 31, 2015.

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Art Atelier 546 – a new photography gallery in Victoria

We have been informed by a member that there is new photography gallery in Victoria that might be of interest to photographers. According to Co-owner Laurie June of Art Atelier 546 at 546 Yates Street, part of the gallery will … Continue reading

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13 Satisfying Photos that Use Patterns Perfectly ~ Kristina Josic

Our world is filled with patterns. They’re everywhere around us, but we often overlook them. Photographers often utilize repeated elements to give the viewer a pleasing sense of harmony and order. The elements might be shapes, tones, forms, or lines. … Continue reading

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Photography Tips for Mist, Fog, Condensation, and Hail ~ John Maxymuik

Soon we will be considering photography tips on waves, waterscapes, waterfalls, reflections, abstracts, splash ‘n spray, foam, bubbles, and puddles as remedies for the photo doldrums. But, water can provide even more photo ops! Regularly check your local weather forecasts … Continue reading

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