Posts Tagged ‘content’

A Different Point Of View

When I judged a themed photography contest, titled “A Different Point Of View”, I felt that I may have fell short of some expectations.
I have my idea of what “A Different Point Of View” means and the people that I disappointed have a different point of view of what “A Different Point Of View” means.
My [...]


The Worth of Your Work, aka “Content”, In The Digital Age.

The hypocrisy and greed of these corporations is astounding.


I’m Not Paying Attention To The Composition Of My Photograph

When we begin to learn about the craft of photography we may begin to think that that we are no longer paying attention to composition.
Instead of simply framing what we want  in our picture we’re now thinking about focusing, metering, exposure and more.
While attentively framing what we want in our photograph (content) is important, framing and the placement of content [...]


Your Photography, It’s All About You.

Your photograph should be all about what you want as a photographer, not about what you think someone else will like or not like and it is not about what your camera does in auto-mode.
If you’ve been making your pictures from the perspective of what someone will like or not like, then you really have not been making [...]


Don’t Let’em Grab Your Copyright

As the  owner of the copyright to my work I depend on the ownership of my copyright to  control the use  of  my photographs and  to generate revenue by the licensing the use of my work for a fee. My copyright is the foundation of  my photography business.
As the copyright owner to my work Section [...]



Don’t Get Doubles

In an effort to streamline my e-mails to you, as mentioned last week, I’ll be consolidating my websites and my e-mail lists into one.
As of now you’ll may be getting two separate emails from me but over the last two weeks they have, for the most part, contained identical content.
To avoid duplicate content in two [...]


About The Quick Studies Photography Classes

Quick Studies are one meeting photography classes that provide the participants with topical lecture, class discussion and hands-on practice with their own camera equipment. This is an excellent way to learn about photography for those of us whom are time and budget conscious.



About The Multimeeting Photography Classes

Multimeeting Photography Classes offer the participants a way to learn about photography over an extended period of time. This insures that the participants have adequate time in between meetings to practice what they have learned and to present their work for discussion during the class.