Category Archives: Photography Basics

The Color of Light by Arthur Meyerson

Years ago I took a photo workshop with Arthur at the Santa Fe Photo Workshops. It was worth every penny and every moment. Arthur is a intuitive teacher. Arthur’s book and theme is -The Color of Light-. The 113 photographs … Continue reading

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KelbyOne

KelbyOne created by Photoshop Guru, photographer and amazing business man Scott Kelby was introduced today. The inside story is that Scott developed KelbyOne with the help of his identical twin sister Hot Kelby who runs the back office and Mr. … Continue reading

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EYE BOBS ROCK!

This is a product review of the Eye Bobs eyeglass company. In my opinion this is a great company. The materials are first class and the glass is very good. As a photographer good solid frames and sharp glass is … Continue reading

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Basic photography advice

This tip for better photography sounds simple but it is perhaps the most important suggestion you will ever hear. When learning something be it the piano or chess the key ingredient is practice, practice, practice. The easy way to learn … Continue reading

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New Camera 3 Pointers

1. The manual giving you a headache? Dave Bush has a manual for your cameras check Amazon. 2. When you go out of learn your new camera keep it simple. One small lens. The rest stay home… for now. 3. … Continue reading

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CHANGE YOUR STATE OF MIND

For some time now I could not find a comfortable walking groove with a large camera and lens. I am 64 and hauling a large camera and a bag of lenses is no longer an easy task. I find that … Continue reading

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POINT OF VIEW

A wise photographer told me  ”when you can’t seem to find the photo. . . turn around or come in from a different angle”   Where is the light in reference to the subject.  Here is an example. During a … Continue reading

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PHOTOGRAPHY AND MONEY

  Photography can be expensive.   I love my Nikon 70-200 2.8 lens but I am not fond of hauling it unless I am very serious and have a specific purpose and shot in mind that I know will require … Continue reading

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FIND A UNIQUE POINT OF VIEW

Making a good photo that tells a story usually takes some thought.  It is rare to pull your camera up and go snap, snap and have a unique photograph.   This business of pulling the camera up fast and blasting … Continue reading

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FILM VS. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

I still like film but it is a major pain.  The upside if film is it slows you down.   With 36 frames you tend to think the shot through and frame it better before you press the shutter.   … Continue reading

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