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From Click to Creation: A Photo Editing Primer

From Click to Creation: A Photo Editing Primer

This post is the third in my Basic Photography Series. If you have not done so already, I encourage you to read my previous posts on cameras and basic...

Further down, I will discuss how to choose the right photo editor. In the mean, time, let's look at a few settings that will be common to all editors...

Let’s talk about editing software/applications. One of the most important decisions you have to make as a photographer is where you want to edit your images. Professionals and serious...

Here is my typical Snapseed workflow for travel photography:I get home from my trip and remove my SD card from my camera. I load the SD card into a...

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Photographs vs Snapshots: Three Ideas to Improve Your Images

Photographs vs Snapshots: Three Ideas to Improve Your Images

Today I would like to share the second part of a three-part series on travel photography. As you may recall, the first part of this series dealt with the...

Now, place your subject on the lines, or even better..... on the intersections of the lines. See J. M. W. Turner’s painting The Fighting Temeraire below. The subject is...

(I can’t move on without mentioning how much I love the above painting. Did you know that in 2005, it was selected as Britains’s favorite painting? On the...

What a beautiful photograph. If I asked you, “What is this photo of?" you would say “Roosevelt”, and you would be right. But of course, we both know that...

Best Practice 3: Don’t fight the light. The word photography came from Greek roots and can be translated as “painting with light”. Technically, all you are doing when you...

Yes, it was behind me. Because it was behind me, the photo has clear colors, contrast, and clarity. Here’s another experiment. I’ll just walk into my backyard and take...

Obviously, these photos were taken from two different angles. In the first photo, the sun was in front of me. In the second, the sun was behind me. Can...