Monthly Archives: June 2012

Photography Rules

Photography rules are often mentioned in online forums by photographers who have experience in photography.  Just what are some of these rules?  Are they absolutely necessary to become a better photographer?  To find answers to these two questions, keep reading. … Continue reading

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Photographs To Inspire Hope

  Photographing an event can help those who participate and want a memory or record, those unable to attend, and those who can relate to the event on many levels.  The photograph above is a sign that was created and … Continue reading

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Monochrome Images

Monochrome, also known as black and white has become a challenge for some photographers.  Some DSLRs have the ability to set the camera to monochrome and add a specific filter; green, red, orange.  Each in camera filter may yield a … Continue reading

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Using Unique Compositions

Using unique compositions takes time and planning.  I went out on June 1, 2012 to capture the sunset.  I scouted the area and found an Iris to use as the main subject of this photo.  The camera was mounted on … Continue reading

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