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Behind Door Number One

December 04, 2017 - This was photographed using a 24-70mm lens at F4. By putting the focus on the light on the handrail, it creates a photog...
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Story Telling in a Photograph

December 04, 2017 - One of my favorite composition techniques is to tell the story in a reflective surface. Reflections give a distorted...
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Zoom Burst

December 03, 2017 - The first question intermediate and advanced photographers ask when viewing a photograph like this is "What is the EXIF?...
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Light and Bright

December 02, 2017 - The emotional impact of a photograph can be found in many of the elements such as composition, placement of the subject(...
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Carol of the Balls

December 01, 2017 - We often find ourselves drawn to simple compositions with repetitive elements. It is the appeal of a zen garden full of...
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One in Two Billion

July 27, 2017 - One image in 2 billon. As of 2017, there are an estimate 7.5 billion people in the world. Based on 2014 statistics, th...
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the Insight project; executing a vision

October 20, 2015 - Eye photos taken during Artomatic 2015 Artomatic 2015 opens the 30 th of October and runs through the 12 th of Decemb...
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Climbing up the Ladder

March 24, 2015 - Climbing a ladder is symbolic of success in the corporate world. It can also literally represent success in photography.
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Lens Capped

March 03, 2015 - Staying inspired to create new work is an on-going battle for most creative types. Writers call that dead zone “writer’...
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Any Idiot with a Camera

February 19, 2015 - One of my favorite photos is a long exposure of the Jefferson Memorial taken just before sunrise, in the minutes before...
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Stop, stop, stop

February 09, 2015 - Last day of the BIG THREE Aperture ISO is set in response to how the sensor will register the available light. Tv (t...
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Click, click, click goes the shutter

February 07, 2015 - The BIG THREE Part two – Shutter Speed What is shutter speed? It is merely how fast the shutter opens and closes....
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ISO - Part one of the BIG THREE

February 07, 2015 - The Big Three Part One: ISO This is a three-part look at ISO, shutter speed and aperture. If you are ready to move pas...
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Going Around in Circles

February 03, 2015 - About a decade ago while I was teaching piano, a friend introduced me to the concept of circular learning. Prior to this...
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Nothing to Say

February 02, 2015 - Now that I have figured out how to start a blog on this site, I have nothing to say. We know that won't last long....
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