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Question: Does a show of photographs taken by a blind artist have the same artistic value or merit as a sighted photographer? If so, then can we say a photograph is not the mere vision of the photographer but the pressing of a button and “luck”?

Artistic value? Merit? Let’s toss the judgements and assumptions aside. To answer your first question simply, yes. To answer your second question simply, no. As a photographer, I primarily use my eyes in the creation of the photograph, but all

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Question: Do professional photographers shoot only in RAW format for professional work? Are there any ways to remove blur or fix exposure in jpeg images?

Answer: It depends on the photographer whether to create pictures in RAW or some other file type. The best way to remove blur and “fix” exposure, regardless of file type, is in camera during the creation of the picture. Study

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Introduction To Photography – What, How, and Why.

Introduction To Photography – What, How, and Why. There’s what we do, how we do and why we do. As photographers, what we do is create photographs, how we do is based on the camera we use and our understanding

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Good Practice Leads to Good Photography

Practice develops “muscle” or “procedural” memory. Procedural memory doesn’t characterize our practice as correct or incorrect. If our practice is full of correct action in terms of what we’re doin’ with our camera during our creation of a photograph (camera

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No need to learn the VERY Basics Of Photography

We are already doing the VERY basics. When we see something that creates an impulse to make a photograph and we then take out a camera to make the photograph, we are practicing the VERY basics of photography. We may

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Five (5) Things To Practice With Whatever Camera We’re Using Right Now That Could Improve Our Photography.

Five (5) Things To Practice With Whatever Camera We’re Using Right Now That Could Improve Our Photography. Seeing And Thinking. Framing And Content. Tonality. Focusing. Critiquing. Five things. OK, there’s really seven but some are closely related so I combined

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Photographing What You See And Photographing How You See

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Learn From Your EXIF Data

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Focusing Something In Your Photograph And Focusing Your Attention

During the Introduction Photography class we talk about three things that we often do as photographers with our cameras to create a photograph. Metering: Using a light meter in our camera to measure the brightness of light. Making An Exposure:

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When You Make A Picture

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