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Stuck at Home – Macro in the Backyard

Being stuck at home is not that fun but we can always head into our backyards for a small photography adventure. I am lucky enough to live next to an Open Space and it is full of gorgeous oak trees,... Continue Reading →

Stuck at Home – Photographing Flowers

With this nasty bug going around, a lot of us are stuck at home and need a creative project to keep us occupied. Let's take this opportunity to photograph the beautiful things around us, the things that we all appreciate... Continue Reading →

Long Exposure Photography with Neutral Density Filters

I love to make long exposure photographs.  I love to take my time when creating the image and seeing what the passage of time looks like in a single image.  For me, when looking at the images, they are almost... Continue Reading →

Night Photography

The problem with shooting at night is that we need light to make a photograph and, well, it's dark at night. There are three ways to increase the light and we will need to do all three to make our photographs bright... Continue Reading →

My New Favorite Backpack

In my many years of Photography carrying around my camera almost everywhere I went, I've tried on a lot of camera bags and backpacks.  The Mindshift Ultralight Dual 36L is definitely my new favorite.  It is an extremely comfortable backpack... Continue Reading →

The Importance of Filters

Filters are an important part of digital photography, and they can take your images to the next level.  Some people say you can just do it later in photoshop, but that is not always true. Types of filters that we... Continue Reading →

The Exposure Triangle

Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO They work together to create an exposure and affect your image in different ways. If you missed the individual articles you can find them here: Aperture  -  Shutter Speed  -  ISO You can change the... Continue Reading →

ISO

What is ISO? It is the number that describes how much the processor amplifies the light collected by the sensor.  A higher number means the processor works harder to produce a correctly exposed image. Each step on the ISO scale... Continue Reading →

Shutter Speed

Inside your camera just in front of the sensor is a curtain that opens and closes to expose the sensor to light for a certain amount of time.  The amount of time that you choose will effect how the movement... Continue Reading →

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