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Where And When?

This just seemed like a logical follow up to my post right before this one “How And Why?”. Where and when should we practice our photography? How about here and now? Take out whatever camera ya got and make a

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VIDEOS – Tonality

Tonality Observing the tonality of our picture is an important process of composition. We can describe the tonality of our photograph as being too dark, too bright or just right. If our picture is too bright or dark the other

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White Should Be White. Right?

The white balance settings on your camera represent the Kelvin temperatures of various illuminating light sources. The Kelvin temperature of a light source describes the color of an illuminating light source. The term color temperature and the term Kelvin temperature

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“I’ll Fix It In…”

If you’ve got to “fix” your picture in photo-editing software, you’ve made a mistake.

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Taking Pictures Or Making Pictures: What’s the Difference?

The words we choose are important and they can change your mind when it comes to your photography.

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Do You Want to See More Things To Photograph?

Then look less. Photography is more about seeing than looking. Many photographers look for things to photograph instead of seeing things to photograph. Looking is searching. Seeing is discovering. You don’t have look for things to photograph, everything is right in front

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Real and Unprocessed

I like my photographs like I like my food, unprocessed and real. A photograph is always a “real” photograph but it can be a truthful or contrived photograph. Truth is easy, contrivance takes some work. Contrivance can happen pre-production with staging something, or it

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

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Photography Is Not Mathematics

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The “Right” Exposure And Tonality

Exposure is subjective and should be based on the intended tonality of your composition. Overexposure is when the tonality of your picture seems to bright to you. Underexposure is when the tonality of your picture seems to dark to you.

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