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Depth of Field revisited...

While I’ve understood that a low aperture number = shallow depth of field – and vice versa – what I have been failing to get my head around is why that’s the case. 277 more words


Kaitlyn & Caleb

WOOHOO first photoshoot of the summer. Boi oh  boi was it HOT! I was sweating buckets lol. I had a blast taking pictures for Caleb and Kaitlyn. 26 more words

Sherilyn Photography

Long Lens, Wide Lens

I was posting some photos to Facebook from the most recent event I shot (the tea workshop for Pivot International that was held last weekend), when I found myself getting frustrated. 1,005 more words

Photography And Life


Focus on what you want to, let everything else be background noise.

16th June, 2017


Via Daily Post WPC: Focus


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“Rabbit Man!”

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…damn it. I actually thought, just this once, we’d go through somewhere without this whole divergent path thing. 675 more words

Mayfly (Hexagenia sp.)

A mayfly (Hexagenia sp.) was spotted near the Potomac River at Riverbend Park, Fairfax County, Virginia USA. This individual is a female subimago. 74 more words

Digital Photography

Preview: Manhattan Sunday, Richard Renaldi, Aperture Bookstore, NYC, NY

New York has been paid homage in a thousand and one forms, but pictures have always shown its truth. Richard Renaldi Manhattan Sunday is the latest example. 195 more words

Black And White Photography