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Understanding Digital Exposure | Step 2. Aperture

Understanding Digital Exposure | Step 2. Aperture

Continuing our discussion of understanding digital exposure, lets move on to Step 2. Aperture. If you ever hear someone talking about f-stops, shooting wide open, bokeh or depth of field, chances are they are referring to Aperture. Aperture (AKA F-STOP) is the opening of your…

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Advice – Excerpts and Link to a great post.

Advice – Excerpts and Link to a great post.

A good friend of mine referred me to some beautiful B&W film photography, so of course I peaked around a bit. I always love to learn more about the artist when I am drawn to their work. The photographer is Cheryl Jacobs Nicolai. Her B&W…

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Thank you and a question for you…

Thank you and a question for you…

I want to thank you all for the wonderful feedback I have been given on the “Re-Purposing” of this Blog. I am so encouraged and driven to continue posting on topics that you find useful. Based on your comments, tweets, facebook messages and emails, I…

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One Shot – Implying Motion. | NYC Grand Central Station Photograph

One Shot – Implying Motion. | NYC Grand Central Station Photograph

Off to document another wedding tomorrow, so tonight’s POST is short n sweet. NYC is such a hopping place! Nothing is ever still. It is constantly moving. While in Grand Central Station, waiting for another train, I saw this guy was jamming Santana tunes while…

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To Flash or Not to Flash – Photography Tip

To Flash or Not to Flash – Photography Tip

Examples are given on the use of on camera flash. When to use it and when not to.

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