Tag: Introduction

The “M” On Your Camera Mode Dial

A participant in the Introduction to Photography class commented that the “M” on the mode dial on her DSLR no longer meant “mystery” to her. Beyond what it really means, which is manual exposure mode, I hope it also means…

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A Photographer’s Raw Material

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Your Camera Owners Manual: The Lite Version Versus The Full Version

Many of the printed manuals manuals that come with todays cameras are an abbreviated version of the full manual.

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What Were You Thinking?

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Why You Should Learn To Work Your Camera In Manual Exposure Mode

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Potential

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Technically Excellent Failures

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Missed The Picture? Don’t Worry About it.

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Your Prescription For Better Photography

If I were to give you a prescription to improve your photography, and for you to improve as a photographer, here’s what it would be: To make better pictures and to be a better photographer take at least one picture

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Technical Mastery Is…

…not enough. While you can fill your photograph with technical mastery and dazzle your audience with your technical skills, without your heart and personal vision your photograph will always be empty. Remember, technique  serves creativity. You need both. Introduction To

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