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So what’s bracketing? The short answer is that bracketing is taking the same photo more than once using different settings for different exposures. Why would you do this? 352 more words


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Bracketing is probably my new favorite thing! It allows you bring out everything you want in your photos. 31 more words

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22. A road reconnaissance, by F. H. Geake

At the outbreak of the 1914-1918 war, the Regimental Sergeant Major of the Gloucestershire Regiment was a man called Jevons. He was very soon given a commission, and was an excellent officer. 561 more words

Treasures In The Attic

As photographers, we have all had our encounters with serendipity.  It may be a happy accident in the capturing of an unexpected image, or discovery in post production of something not seen in the field, but it usually is a surprise. 248 more words



Husserl, known as the father of the Phenomenology movement, sought to describe human experiences and Kantian “things in themselves” without making metaphysical assumptions. That is, he attempts to describe phenomenon in terms of how they appear in his own consciousness without conflating with the naturalistic and other scientific attitudes of his times. 493 more words

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What is contained within, is as important as what is excluded/removed.

In opening the space for research & the classroom to exist, the agents are the students and the teachers. 146 more words