Photography Techniques

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]

How to Crop in Photoshop

April 4, 2019

Do you have a photo that needs cropping? Want to straighten a horizon? Open Photoshop and grab your crop tool. CROP, FRAME & TRIM First, we’ll cover a basic “how [read more]

Wild Dolphin Photography

December 13, 2018

“Quite early in the dolphin research, around 1955, I had realized that the dolphins have a very large brain, larger than ours, and that they were far more developed than [read more]

Birds in Flight, Black and White

November 29, 2018

     LEVEL: intermediate, advanced photographers GEAR NEEDED:Telephoto lens. DSLR camera set to RAW, sRGB,  set for color images, tripod if preferred. LOCATIONS: bird refuges, bird rescue agency, zoos, national parks. GOOD [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]

Sharp? Look Again!

April 4, 2018

SHARPNESS: A BOURGEOIS ADDICTION Tack sharp. Insanely sharp. Razor sharp.  Our relentless pursuit of sharpness is like giving birth to a porcupine, backwards. Looking at gear ads and the photo [read more]

Travel: Celebrating Junkanoo

January 22, 2018

Cowbells clang. Whistles blast. Goat skin drums boom and trombones roll out melodies. In perfect time with the rhythms, fancy dancers whirl. I’ve come to Governor’s Harbor in January 2019 [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]

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