Losing My Macro Virginity

Losing My Macro Virginity

LIVING SMALL Losing My Macro Virginity Moshe Levis, Founder / Photographer / Writer A reverse ring? What the hell is a reverse ring? was my initial reaction when I fisrt heard someone using that term. I remember, a couple of years after I started shooting more...
The Long Wait

The Long Wait

AS LONG AS IT TAKES The Long Wait Ed Morris, Photographer / Writer When is a good day to capture an image? Well, there’s no such thing as a bad day. That’s how I approach my photogra- phy. When I’m out and about I’m always on the lookout for perhaps a sudden change in...
Unicorn of Landscape

Unicorn of Landscape

GOOD READS Unicorn of Landscape Allan Pudlitzke, Photographer / Writer There is something to be said about the waterfall. One of the most majestic scenes you can capture with a camera. Some photographers strive to capture their beauty with long-exposure photographs,...
The World of Lenses

The World of Lenses

ALL ABOUT THE LENS Ah! The World of Lenses Heidi Horvath, Photographer / Writer Ah! The world of Lenses! When asked to write this article, I found myself thinking there is so much to write about. I enjoy shooting many types of Photography. Shooting from Macro shots to...
Freezing Cold

Freezing Cold

GOOD READS Freezing Cold Jevgenija Sitik, Photographer / Writer Freezing weather creates some fantastic opportunities for macro photography. Explore the world in miniature. Cold and freezing nights bring a lot of photographic potential. When the nights get longer and...
Glowing Forests

Glowing Forests

GOOD READS Glowing Forests Allan Pudlitzke, Photographer / Writer There are so many woodland scenes around the Pacific Northwest. Mt. Hood is a great location just east of the Portland Metro area, and has a ton of hiking trails with spectacular scenery. The Pacific...
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