Tag Archives: technique

Learning How Your Camera Sees

This is the first post of a series of photography techniques that I am writing in hope that it will be of some value to photographers at any level to consider.  There are a lot of resources that you’ll find on cameras from every era known to mankind, however in my experience there isn’t much...

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A Journey Back to my Roots – Why I Shoot Film

Is film better than digital? The animosity between some from either community puzzles me. In fact, it annoys me to a level I’d rather not discuss. Photography is a perfect marriage of art and science.  Regardless of the medium you choose to use to make an image, it’s still photography. Either approach will get you...

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Image Critique and Approach – What’s Important to You?

I often wonder how and why people judge photography, what constitutes a “good” photo versus a “bad” photo?  What gives anyone or me the right to express his or her opinion on anyone’s photography? Firstly, photography is a visual art form both in the way it’s created, and the way it’s appreciated.  The nature of...

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