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Still Life Photography - 8 steps to great shots.

Still Life Photography – 8 steps to great shots.

What do you normally take photographs of?

Is it landscapes, portraits, sports, there are not many types of photography were you can have 100% control over the shot. 1,014 more words

Food Photography How To.

One of the things about photography that I love is the amount of artistic freedom you are allowed. In this food photography how too, you don’t have to take a photograph any particular way. 722 more words

Jonathan & Ashley Family Session | Indianapolis Indiana Photographer

October!!! Oh, how I have missed you!!! It’s that time of year again, pumpkin spiced lattes, flannel shirts, bon fires and more!  I’m pretty sure fall is to me, what tax season is to others… the best time of the year!!!!  705 more words

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Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge (CCY): A well-composed photo



I like roses and so I took the first shot. They are so many. Does it look good? Truely speaking I was not sure. 64 more words


Photography: My Background

Londolozi Game Reserve, April 2012 – Panasonic Lumix DMC FS3, ISO100, 9mm, f/3.4, 1/125

I’ve always loved photographs. But since learning about the “how’s” of taking a photo and developing the image in my Year 9 elective course – back in the old days when film was the medium of choice – I’ve been fascinated. 314 more words

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Friday Foto Talk: Macro & Close-up Photography, Part V

Okay, this is it!  The final part of my mini-series on macro and close-up photography.  I haven’t explained step by step how exactly to do macro photography, but I hope you’ve gotten enough tips to be confident getting started, and that the more advanced photographers among you have gotten something out of it as well. 676 more words


AWAKE - Genie Lamp Exercise

This is another class exercise from my Awake course, I took a belly dancer image from my archives and found a genie lamp online and used some class elements to embellish the image. 89 more words