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Photography Tips You Can Count On Today

For many, understanding the basic of photography is hard. A big reason for this is that quite a few people can not figure out where is the best place to look for good photography advice. 704 more words

What I Got The X100s For

With all due respect to Chase Jarvis, we’re all sick of hearing that “the best camera is the one you have with you.” It’s just so irritatingly true. 447 more words

Camera Gear

Favorite Resources: Helpful Books, Tutorials, Blogs, Articles, Organizations, Cheat Sheets & Online Tools

Favorite Resources

Next week starts my graduate studies in earnest, so this will likely be my last post to this particular blog. Although I never say never, as you never know ;-) As noted in previous posts, I will keep the The Art of Schutzhund Photography blog live for those who are looking for inspiration and ideas on photographing IPO (Schutzhund) dogs are work. 711 more words


Exercise: Your own workflow 1

The course Digital Photographic Practice from the Open College of the Arts degree in Photography was chosen deliberately as a means of forcing the pace of the development of my image management (particularly underwater images) capacity.   1,277 more words

Part One - Workflow

Lighting and FireWorks Camera Settings Part 2

Fireworks camera settings and how to shoot in Part 1 Lighting and FireWorks Camera Settings we covered the equipment that would be required so on to the shooting. 381 more words


Tips For Photographing Fire Spinning

Adjusting To Your Environment

As I mentioned a few days ago in my post about the Alice In Wonderland themed burlesque show, there was also a group of fire spinners that performed at the same event. 383 more words