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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

Musings

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

Rain.

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

16th June, 2017

Bangalore.

Via Daily Post WPC: Focus

Creativity

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“Rabbit Man!”

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“OI*!”

…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