Posts Tagged ‘hand’

Am I A Stupid Or A Lazy Photographer?


Our Cameras…


Are You Looking Or Are You Seeing?


What’s The Difference Between Photography Classes, Courses And Lessons ?


Generalizations In Photography

Generalizations In Photography Generalization – A shutter speed slower than 1/60 of a second is will cause blurriness from hand-holding your camera while making a picture. Generalization – On a bright, sunny day an ISO of 100 should be used. Generalization – The more megapixels, the better. Applying generalizations to the specifics of what you’re […]


Above Average Photographers Make Above Average Photographs


Photo Editing Software And Photography


Two Different Approaches To Street Photography; Bruce Gilden and Joel Meyerowitz

If nothing else, Mr. Gilden’s approach reminds us, and his subjects, that there is no privacy in public.


Washington DC Photography Classes – April 5 – April 8, 2017

Washington DC Photography Classes – April 5 – April 8, 2017


Washington DC Photography Classes – March 24 – April 8, 2017

Washington DC Photography Classes – March 24 – April 8, 2017


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

The hypocrisy and greed of these corporations is astounding.


Got Flash?

Learn to use it to make better pictures. The photograph below used flash in combination with a slow shutter speed to get parts of the photograph to appear sharp and other areas of the photograph to appear blurred from motion.


Washington DC Photography Classes

Thank you for considering me, Sam D’Amico, to help you to learn photography. I offer a variety of classes in Washington DC that are designed to help you be the best photographer that you can be. You can learn to work your camera, learn the basics of photography or study more advanced techniques. Each class […]


Upcoming Group Photography Classes In Washington DC

How To Use This Page Below you’ll find a list of photography classes, and brief descriptions of those classes, that are currently being offered in Washington DC. Click on the link in the brief description to be brought to a more detailed class description and registration page. Beyond the classes that are displayed on this […]


After World War One Attack On The U.S., Statue Of Liberty Torch Remains Closed.

The event that closed public access to the right arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty is mostly overlooked in history classes and at the monument also.