Photos are viewed in two dimensions. The world, inconveniently enough, tends to come with one more dimension than that. This bothersome little fact can become very problematic for your photography. Where’s the depth? You’ve probably come across a large number of pictures in your life that are unremarkable. You may not realize right away why […]
You’ve done it. You’ve captured a magnificent image. Good for you! It might be a landscape, taken with impeccable composition. You woke up at an hour that even early birds consider too early. You caught the sunlight drizzling through the scene with an ethereal orange glow. It might be an action shot. The players’ faces […]
When you spend a good percentage of your life staring at pictures, you start to get mildly obsessed about things that other people sometimes can’t even see. I should start by saying that this article will illuminate things that can’t be unseen. Glass may shatter. Minds may be blown. You have been warned. Without further […]
Sometimes life is too complicated to read a two thousand word article about a simple concept. Here are the short and sweet explanations of some key photography concepts to save you time. This will be updated on an ongoing basis. Feel free to use the Contact Page to send questions. Here we go… What is […]
Be honest. No, seriously. Be honest. If the answer is “no”, I’m not going to strongly reprimand you or report you to the camera police. I’ll just say what you already know… This is probably a missed opportunity. The modern camera has a lot of features. Some of these features a quite wonderful and are […]
Everyone has different ways of learning. A key to becoming incredible at something is to find out how you learn and play to your strengths. For some it could mean hours of trial and error; for others it will mean going to classes and workshops. I learn online. It’s straight-up incredible how much information is […]
Aperture is how wide of an opening the lens is allowing light to come through. It is controlled by a series of blades inside the lens opening or closing. Aperture is described in-camera as an f-stop number. It’s really annoying discussing aperture because a wider aperture is described with a smaller number, and vice verse. […]
This is the picture that changed everything I knew about photography. (No, I don’t think it’s a spectacular picture, though it is one of a few handful of pictures of myself that I can tolerate looking at.) What makes this picture special is that this was the moment when I finally realized how light works. […]
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