Posts Tagged ‘right’

“I’ll Fix It In…”

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


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.


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 of you. All you have to do is see what is interesting about what is right […]


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 can happen post production in editing software. Contrivances that happen from pre-production involve setting up […]


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


Photography Is Not Mathematics


The “Right” Exposure


What Matters More Than Metering And Exposure?


A Brief Conversation On Facebook


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


Drawing Inspiration – Marc Riboud

Drawing Inspiration – Marc Riboud Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


Drawing Inspiration – John Szarkowski

Drawing Inspiration – John Szarkowski, Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


Drawing Inspiration – Michael Yamashita

Drawing Inspiration – Michael Yamashita Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


Login Instructions

Subscribers to content on the Sam D’Amico Photography website are required to login to access the content that is associated with their subscription. The login area is located near the top of of the side bar that be found to the right of nearly every page of the Sam D’Amico Photography website ans is titled […]


Business Of Photography – You Are The Creator

What you create is intellectual property. This intellectual property is yours and you can make money with it. Intellectual property is the heart of your business as a photographer. If you want to learn more about the business of photography….


Business Of Photography – Pro-crastination


A Better Way Than Bracketing

Bracketing may be fine for static subjects, but if you are photographing things in flux, you’ve got one chance to get the right exposure.


White Balance: White Shoud Be White. Right?


Don’t Let’em Grab Your Copyright


A Case About Social Networks And Photographers

Social networking sites like TwitPic have a lot of potential for individual photographers to license their work. This case is important because if it goes for AFP we lose. If it goes for Morel it restates that as the owners of our work we must grant permission to use it.



New York Times Writer Decorates Her Apartment With Pictures From Flickr. Thinks “I’m in the clear”.


When You Need More Light

He mentioned the right reasons for purchasing an external flash unit, which I think are more power and more versatility than the pop-up units on the camera can deliver.


','

'); } ?>