Monthly Archives: December 2015

Tips for Using Flash to Enhance Outdoor Nature and Landscape Photography ~ David Shaw

Late on a winter evening, I was photographing atop a ridge in Colorado’s Front Range. I had been working on some landscape shots, but with the light fading from the sky, the thought of beer and food was beginning to … Continue reading

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Analysis of a Photo “A father’s advice” ~ Mitchell Kanashkevich

The people in this photo are Anatoli and his daughter Mariana. They are both artists. Anatoli is a friend of a good friend of mine. The last detail is important because intimate photographs like this one generally require a degree … Continue reading

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Salvaging Underexposed Photos ~ Blake Rudis

Surely I never get everything correct in the camera.  More often than not I am over or underexposed.  I don’t always get the shot in focus, and I rarely get my horizons straight.  Other photographers and subscribers to the blog … Continue reading

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Analysis of a Photo “Meditating on the Ganges” ~ Mitchell Kanashkevich

Almost everything has been photographed in Varanasi, India. You could even say that the whole idea of photographing in Varanasi has become a bit of a photographic cliché. My personal challenge in this amazing, so often photographed place was not … Continue reading

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