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Express Your Vision, Show Your Talent-Adobe Lightroom

Greetings again Zensters and new readers!  Today we’re going to talk a little bit about post-production, more specifically, Adobe Lightroom. This is probably catered more towards the new photographer, but if you’re using another program to edit your images, or you’re currently using Lightroom but not 100% proficient, the following information might help you out as well. 551 more words


Quick Tip: A Matter of Perspective

I’d like to share a series of photos that appear in my Twitter feed every so often with the heading “You won’t believe these aren’t Photoshopped!’, or something of that nature. 253 more words


5 insider tips on how to choose your photography class

I’ve written this blog post in response to the question most asked by my students at the end of a course. As well as giving my five top tips on how to choose a great photography course it explains why each point is important. 1,652 more words

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It's Hip to be Square

Hello Zensters and new readers. Today I’d like to talk a little bit about composition and more specifically, the square format. Once available only to those that shot… 337 more words


So, you got your first DSLR…(Part 3)

As promised, today’s topic will cover Shutter Speed and Aperture, a couple of fundamentals you should know and fully understand. I would like to also note that this series of blogs is catered towards the beginner and much of it is oversimplified. 894 more words


So, you got your first DSLR...(Part 2)

In the last blog we discussed becoming familiar with your camera, going out and spending some time shooting photos in Auto mode. Hopefully that little exercise was fun and you learned what your camera is and isn’t capable of doing on it’s own. 582 more words


So, you got your first DSLR...

Congratulations on your new Nikon or Canon DSLR. Maybe some smooth talking salesman talked you into buying an Olympus, I’m so sorry. (Do they even make Olympus anymore??)  436 more words