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Joel Meyerowitz - 'What you put in the frame determines the photograph'

Joel Meyerowitz is one of the living legends and masters in street photography. He began photographing in color in 1962 and was an early advocate of the use of color during a time when there was significant resistance to the idea of color photography as serious art. 100 more words


Sunday Sevensies: Summer's Last Hurrah

A middle of the month summer wrap up with no mayo, a light dressing and some pepper please.  306 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Sliced in Half

I whole-heartedly approve of this prompt.  I can play the magician and slice my picture in half to give you a thrill.  How do you want them?  36 more words


An update on Photography 101

I’ve been working my way through Level 2 of the Arcanum online photography course, focusing especially on mastering the fundamentals of shooting good landscapes.  Since there might be a bit of a hiatus in blog posts for the next couple of weeks, I thought I would share some of my latest landscape efforts with readers. 386 more words


Check out the Photography Guide

From now on you can check the basic guide to improve your photographs and get to know your DSLR camera.
Plus, you will find the… 41 more words

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New Photo Classes in Burlington

Here is the new flyer for the classes scheduled in March and April here in Burlington.

There are 3 classes on How to Use Your DSLR: This class is for anyone who wants to become more creative and capture better images. 44 more words

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Sunset & Scene – Art of Photography

The sunset photography can magically manifest because of the combination of the rapid change of light and creation of colours…one has to compose the shot as the scene gets evolved and one has to keep rotating the position and revolving the camera to get the most stunning shot. 128 more words