NOW AND THEN: Camera in the Cloud

April 16, 2019

WHAT IS NOW AND THEN? Now and Then is an ongoing Apogee Photo series about the interface between today’s photo culture and the history of photography. In ‘Camera in the [read more]

Panoramas in ON1 Photo RAW

April 14, 2019

The First Panorama Panoramic photography began in the USA with an 1851 scene of San Francisco. Few panoramas were made in the early years of photography. Cameras were expensive and [read more]

CLICKING WITH PEOPLE

December 5, 2018

AS A FRIEND The photographer who said this quote was a cannoneer, drafted into the German army a century ago in WW1. Hit with shrapnel in late 1917 during the [read more]

Don’t Light All Of It

October 5, 2018

“If you want something to look interesting, don’t light all of it.” -John Loengard John Loengard is an American photographer, critic, historian and scholar. He was LIFE’s picture editor for [read more]

LIGHTROOM: The Second Spotlight

January 12, 2018

Being in the spotlight can change everything. Here we’ll go from stage to screen. For photographer’s who work in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we can illuminate our images with a Second [read more]

Fall Patterns and Textures

October 19, 2017

  EXPANDED VISION Making a photograph, we can expand our vision. Here is a fun way to accomplish this during your outdoor photography ventures this Fall: 1.  START: Photograph Fall textures [read more]

Making Time Lapse Photography Work

August 21, 2016

let’s look at time lapse photography and ways to help improve your skills, and quickly move on to 10 specific steps to improve your time lapse sequences. SABINO RESTORATION: This brief [read more]