The World of Lenses

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 Concerts, and many things in between, I enjoy the challenges of the different situations. Owning also a Studio that has Green Screen, which holds another interesting world of endless creativity with backgrounds.

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Beautiful Moments

Beautiful Moments

As time goes on, it’s not as easy to get outside. It’s hard to turn away from responsibilities, com-mitments, limitations. There was a time where I didn’t get to spend any time doing what I loved, which is taking in an environment through pictures. I now appreciate...

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Grace’s Favorite Locations

Grace’s Favorite Locations

I’m the type of photographer who can’t stay in one place for too long. My favorite location changes weekly. I believe that if you stay in the same place your work stays the same. A professor in college once told me, “You can live your life in vision or you can live...

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In Defense of Artificial Light

In Defense of Artificial Light

Article by Spencer Elliott Growing up outside of Chicago, light was ubiquitous, an ever present factor in every photo I took. Not only the sun and the moon but the building lights, the orange street-lamps, the buzzing neon signs, the Christmas lights in the snow; they...

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Gear Review – Sony A7 s

Gear Review – Sony A7 s

I have been a Sony guy since I started taking pictures seriously. The only issue I don’t like about my Alpha 77ii (my second Sony SLT) is the Image quality at high ISO levels. For the longest time I never used much more than a 1000 ISO setting due to the noise which...

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Aperture Priority

Aperture Priority

I first learned that it was acceptable to use the aperture priority setting on my cameras in photojournalism school. My classmates and I were actually given assignments to only shoot in our camera’s A or AV setting, and to “resist the temptation of having full manual...

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Shoot the Light Fantastic

Shoot the Light Fantastic

Photography, by definition, is about light.  Yet, it is quite common for non-professionals (including advanced hobbyists) to engage in silly debate as to whether the most important factor in making a great photograph is composition, lighting or subject matter.   I...

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Documenting an Almost Tragedy

Documenting an Almost Tragedy

At approximately 7:30am on Friday, May 20th in my hometown of Seal Beach, California, my deep sleep was rudely awakened by the sound of sirens. I chose to ignore it until I realized that by 7:50am, the sirens still hadn’t come to an end. About twelve text messages...

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5 Skills in Photography That Require Zero Talent

5 Skills in Photography That Require Zero Talent

The world of photography can have a lot of naysayers. Everyone has his or her own opinion on how to do something.  “We cannot teach people anything. We can only help them discover it within themselves.” –Galileo 1. Shoot “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”...

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Capturing a Moment in Time

Capturing a Moment in Time

As a child, I always enjoyed long car rides. My family was a road trip family. We had a big van with big windows. As I grew older, and did my own adventuring, I came to love trains. To look out a window, is magical. It is a familiar feeling, with an entirely new view....

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Landscape Photography Tips and Tricks

Landscape Photography Tips and Tricks

3 Easy Landscape Photography Tips From the Pros photo by Allan Pudlitzke ; Landscape photographs are one of the most popular subject among photographers all over the world, but creating stunning images that will inspire viewers and bring up emotions is not always...

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Are You Crazy! You Bought A What?

Are You Crazy! You Bought A What?

What’s the most bizarre thing you’ve considered buying?  So outlandish that people would say “he’s crazy,” why would anyone do that?  A new Lamborghini?  A ten-year supply of facial tissue? A dozen red roses every day of the year? A flock of pink glow in the dark...

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Day In Life of Landscape Photographer

Day In Life of Landscape Photographer

We all get up early as if we are going to work. But today is Saturday so you are heading for the mountains. Today you’re going to get that perfect landscape photograph. You’re finally on your way to get out and capture that perfect light c alled the golden hour. Some...

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Balance Photography With Traveling

Balance Photography With Traveling

It’s that time of the year again – you just booked your vacation – for relaxing’s sake! Where are you headed? Off to explore a new city, a new country, or even a new continent? Wherever you end up travelling, chances are, you will want to take some photographs. Be it...

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Take A Ride on the ChuckWagon

Take A Ride on the ChuckWagon

A brief run down. Chuck is a big deal! He is the first ever Artist-in-Residence for American Forests, the nation’s big brother, and oldest of all conservation organizations. He is always on the road. And when I say always I absolutely mean it, according to his site,...

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Photoshop Tips – Simple Yet Powerful

Photoshop Tips – Simple Yet Powerful

Simple Yet Powerful Photoshop Tips and Tricks from NOTINDOOR #1 – Merging All Visible Layers to One New Layer If you are working with a lot of layers you know by now that a clutter is almost inevitable, so why not make life a little easier? Merging all visible...

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500px Photographer Best Friend

500px Photographer Best Friend

Photos – Courtesy of 500px IS 500PX THE BEST PLACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS? From its launch in 2009, 500px has been synonymous with quality, attracting strong participation from professional photographers and serious hobbyists around the world. The amazing work...

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