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A LOOK BACK AT THINGS I’VE LIKED – AND A LOOK AT TODAY – AND WHAT FULFILLS MY NEED AS A PHOTOGRAPHER AND AN EDUCATOR Over the past few years Brian and I have written about a lot of different … Continue reading
One of the most popular and best selling video cameras is the Gopro Hero 3 series of cameras with the “black” model being the top of the line. The new models as well as the older models are extremely popular … Continue reading
The majority of people that will read this article are photographers. Photographers learn something new everyday about making a picture that will grab the observer of that picture and hold their attention in attempt to extract the story that the … Continue reading
No matter what name we give it, it is still going to boil down to being a MONOPOD. Let’s call it the one legged tripod. It is, a collapsible aluminum, wood or carbon fiber single leg stabilizing device that lives … Continue reading
Microfiber Cloths Are Great For Dusting Furniture But Not So Great For Cleaning Lenses Small microfiber cleaning cloths are commonly sold for cleaning lenses and other photographic equipment as well as computer screens and eyeglasses. They are promoted for cleaning … Continue reading
YOUR CAMERA HAS YOU! That’s right. You. Your camera is the means of recording an image. That is what it does. It does it by you telling it what you want it to do. You select: The metering system. Most … Continue reading
To Use A Filter Or Not Use A Filter? To Have My Lens Use A Hoodie or Not use a Hoodie? These are age old questions. that have existed in photography since hoods and lenses came into existence. The use … Continue reading
My Incredible Camera Has Sensor Cleaning So I Never Have To Worry About Dust Spots In My Images. That is one long title but it is also my lead in to this essay which I hope you will continue with. … Continue reading