When I set out to capture a scene that is presented before me, I want to capture it as if you were standing right next me. The camera is a great tool, but in order to accurately capture the dynamic range and the true colors of the scene, we as photographers often have to help [...]
There are many tips and tricks to making panoramic images. They make special rigs you can buy from various tripod-head companies. There are different methods of finding the nodal point. All of this is very useful information but hands down the the easiest way to make a panorama is…
When shopping for a new lens, the MTF information can be very helpful in determining features in a lens that may be important to you. In this weeks blog post I will help explain how to read a MTF chart and what it means.
So what does MTF stand for? Modulation Transfer Function. Oh.. [...]
I’m a big fan of local, state, and national parks. Whenever I travel I often seek out such places. Just over a year ago, my wife and I were invited to our friends wedding in Arkansas. After booking a room, my first online search was for nearby parks. That’s when I discovered Petit Jean State Park.
Sorry gang I’ve been out of touch for a few weeks. Been pretty busy traveling and setting up my Art Show. Click here for more information. This weeks blog I will talk about galleries and some tips on how to get your own art show.
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