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Sunny 16 Exposure Without a Meter: Part III

July 13, 2011  Author:   (1)

There is a good chance that if you are using Sunny 16 and shooting in bright sunlight there will be a lot of shadows. As… READ MORE >

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Sunny 16 Exposure Without a Meter: Part II

July 12, 2011  Author:  

For those of you who missed Part I of my explanation of Sunny 16, be sure to read it. Once you have, please join the rest… READ MORE >

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Sunny 16 Exposure Without a Meter: Part I

July 8, 2011  Author:   (12)

I use the Sunny 16 technique as the surest and quickest way to take the mental wrangling (or at least some of it) out of shooting when… READ MORE >

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A-ha! Moments in the Big Apple

November 22, 2010  Author:   (2)

The field of photography is changing faster than ever before—and this was especially apparent to me last month when a group of us from RMSP… READ MORE >

EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE

Trends in Camera Models: What’s New and What’s Important to Know

October 8, 2010  Author:   (15)

Photokina, one of the largest international photo shows, took place in Germany a few weeks ago. New product after new product showcased the latest technological… READ MORE >

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Photographing Moving Water, Part II

September 17, 2010  Author:   (4)

Last month, I discussed the shutter speeds and filters that best create the beautiful blur characteristic of many photographs of running water. I explained that… READ MORE >

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Photographing Moving Water, Part I

August 17, 2010  Author:   (8)

I’ve always admired those photos that capture the soft, beautiful movement of water. Whether it’s a creek or small stream in a forest, a river… READ MORE >

EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE

The Quest for the Perfect Camera-The Micro Four Thirds Camera System

July 19, 2010  Author:   (16)

As long as the search for a perfect camera persists, I’ll offer my two cents. My new camera, the Panasonic Lumix GF1, has really impressed me in the past month or so…

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Benefits of the Fixed Normal Lens

June 1, 2010  Author:   (7)

Around the time I started photographing more than 50 years ago, the kit lens that came with virtually very SLR was a 50 mm lens…. READ MORE >

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Depth of Field Part II

May 5, 2010  Author:   (4)

Read Part I of Neil’s Depth of Field article. The sun has yet to rise. I am sitting outside, enjoying the beautiful yet elusive time… READ MORE >

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Depth of Field, Part I

March 17, 2010  Author:   (1)

Becoming a great photographer takes a lot of dedication, proper equipment, and skill. Many people wouldn’t even try without the first two, and equipment (once you know… READ MORE >

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Considering Genres of Professional Photography, Part II

February 17, 2010  Author:   (2)

Read Considering Genres of Professional Photography, Part I. Whether it’s a part-time hobby or profession, photography offers something for everyone. And what may initially interest… READ MORE >

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Considering Genres of Professional Photography, Part I

January 17, 2010  Author:   (3)

One of the most exciting things about the field of photography is its diversity. Subject, location, technique, and education all vary depending on genre—and there… READ MORE >