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Tower Bridge - London

I was planning to go and take some photos of Tower Bridge on my recent trip to London. I wanted to take them from outside the river side of the Tower of London. 276 more words

Landscape Photography

Summer Got My Post-Processing Gears A-Turning

I don’t know about you, but I need sunlight to get me kicked out of the winter funk. Here in Maine, we’d had about a solid month of pure rain, until last week. 171 more words


2017 May Update: Guide And Tips For Working With Nikon Capture NX-D

My Guide And Tips For Working With Nikon Capture NX-D remains as the most popular article on this website. I just updated it with a tip for dealing with hot pixels. have fun! – – WY


Flowers and Thoughts Part 1 — We're Doomed! Doomed, I Tell You!

Wow . . . it’s been a while since my last post. What have I been doing? 

Honest, the days just flew by. I’ll tell you a bit about them, starting with the news. 2,770 more words


Getting It Right In Camera

“I’ll just fix it in post”

This is one of those phrases in photography that drives me nuts. Earlier today, I read an opinion article by a photographer who fully embraced everything that is bad about digital photography. 318 more words


Geotagging My Images

One of the benefits of digital photography over film is the ability to tag the location of where the image was taken into the file.  I’ve been geotagging my images now for several years, especially since my iPhone tags the images automatically. 374 more words


Photo Shooting - Toddler

This was an old idea I had in my first “beginner in photography” days – I was thinking to shoot toddlers. Since I didn’t had the opportunity (the approach was quite difficult since I didn’t ha a portfolio) and also I was a newbie about photograph, I didn’t do it. 330 more words

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