Monthly Archives: August 2012

What Makes A Great Photograph

The question or statement has been discussed by many; photographers, contest judges, artists, and the public.  A great photograph will vary on the subject, though there are some common elements.  The great photograph is one that is memorable and can … Continue reading

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Photographing Water in Summer Sunshine

The sun can glare and flares off the water can create sharp contrasts in your photos.  Photographing water and rocks in the summer sunshine can be a challenge if you don’t have a Neutral Density (ND) or Circular Polarizing filter. … Continue reading

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Lower the Camera and No One Gets Hurt

  There are times when you will want your camera angle different than the usual standing and close to your subject.  By lowering your camera and placing it slightly off angle (tilted back here) in relation to your subject you can accomplish … Continue reading

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