Tag Archives: tips

Links to Better Photography

I have found Twitter to be a great resource for photography information, inspiration and education.  I tend to collect things on the Internet.  I have thousands of bookmarks and, with Twitter, I have a lot of Favorite tweets saved now, … Continue reading

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How to Use Extended Captions for Photo Essays

When I announced the next assignment would be for Travel Photography with a photo essay of, at least, three photos.  I know some of you became a bit uneasy.  The word “essay” does conjure up a laborious task most of … Continue reading

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10 Tips on Using a Wide Angle Lens

Guest Blog article by Justin Miller. Ultra-wide angle lenses, referred to as UWA, can offer a unique, sometimes challenging, often rewarding view of the world for photographers.  Many of us have faced that limitation where we can’t quite fit a … Continue reading

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Flash is Our Friend

Last week when I mentioned using flash for outdoor portraits, I know a few of you cringed at the thought.  As a wedding photographer in the early nineties,  I had to use flash and use it well.  The film ISO … Continue reading

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Photographing Waterfalls

With April showers comes not just May flowers but the perfect time to photograph waterfalls. I recently came upon this excellent article with tips on how to photograph waterfalls called 7 Effective Waterfall Photography Tips by Australian Photographer, Ilya Genkin. … Continue reading

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