Tag Archives: reflection

The National

Written by Carsten Langkjaer • Photography by Carsten Langkjaer My name is Carsten and I live 20 miles from the center of Copenhagen, Denmark. I put the camera on the shelf many years ago, perhaps mostly because I did not … Continue reading

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Chasing Sunsets

The weather this summer has not been conducive for sunsets.  Many rainy evenings over the past month have masked the Sun on the horizon.  Other times, when it looked promising, haze in the atmosphere had the Sun disappearing before it set. … Continue reading

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Passions on My Sleeve

Anyone who has been following my blog or another social media stream of mine could probably guess my photography passions.  I am pretty literal. 🙂 I first want to state, digital photography renewed my passion 10 years ago when I … Continue reading

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Play the Waiting Game at Busy Tourist Attractions

The two most powerful warriors are patience and time. — Confucius Returning to Epcot at Walt Disney World for another tip on photographing in busy tourist attractions.  This one can be tough if you are traveling with children but not … Continue reading

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Finding Color in Your Compositions

As I mentioned when introducing this month’s assignment on Color Composition, I was surprised how little I used color that way even though I shoot it exclusively. Upon perusing my photo library, I found the following photographs I remembered taking … Continue reading

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