Video of the week!… Read More Video Review – Daniel Milnor on “How to Photograph Your Vacation”
Chimping is one habit that keeps a good visual story-teller being present.… Read More No-Chimping Challenge
So, I did some research on YouTube – the great source of all knowledge – on astrophotography. So, I am ready to make some photos like this, right? Ummmm… no.… Read More Astro-Photography Fail!
For this post, I am going to share a couple of photos from my freelensing project. … Read More 52 Projects – Freelensing
I have driven by this park almost every day during my commute to work for four years. I never thought anything about it.… Read More Photo walk – Mayor’s Park in Lovejoy, Georgia
Whether a professional or an amateur, keep shooting. Keep capturing reality as it actually is. … Read More Why Amateur Photography is Important . . .
This technique can create some great stock photographs, but I am still a sucker for low-key, long-exposure shots on a tripod in a controlled environment. … Read More 52 Projects – “Get Floral Flashes of Inspiration”
I scrolled through my photo-dump site of choice, I noticed that the better photographers spent time taking photos of a flower that looked particularly wicked.… Read More The Obligatory Orchid Photo
One of my favorite projects is the low-key, dramatic photo of a rose. … Read More Low-Key Photography
What I appreciated and what encouraged me was that reality that he pointed out how far he has come as a photographer. He did not start out taking exception photos. The key to improving is to continue to shoot and grow as a photographer.… Read More YouTube video of the week – “I was a Horrible Photographer” by Peter McKinnon