Macro photography is probably my favorite kind of photography. Could that be because my subjects don’t (generally) talk back? Hmmm…!
With the beautiful weather, I’ve been having a lot of fun photographing flowers. I wanted to share with you a few of my images...
Like a lot of folks, spring is my favorite time of the year. And one big reason for that is the chance to get my camera out and do some flower and macro photography.
With that in mind, it seems like a good time to talk about tips for great flower photography. We’ve rounded up some of the best! So below you’ll find tips and videos to help you take better flower photos, gathered from some...
We all enjoy sharing our images online. And we do it a lot! I've read that there are approximately 300 million photos uploaded every day just to Facebook. That's sharing!
But it's important to keep in mind that, given today's geotagging technology, when you post a photo online, chances are good that you are sharing more than just that image. You may also be sharing your location information.
One of the great things about digital photography is how easy it is to take lots and lots of photographs.
But there is a downside to this and that’s image overload! Trying to store and organize so making photos can be overwhelming.
Lightroom’s Library module can help with this.
You probably already know that almost all camera phones and many DSLRs and compact cameras embed GPS (location) data in images as you take them.
Lightroom’s Map module allows you take advantage of this embedded location data by letting you view your images on a map.
The too-often-overlooked lens hood.
Does this sound familiar? You go out and buy a news lens. You unpack it with bated breath. You can’t wait to try it out! You carefully pick it up, treating it like a fragile newborn baby. You gently attach it to your camera…
A few posts ago, we talked about the basics of white balance and the importance of getting white balance right if you want the color in your images to look natural.
Luckily, with today’s advanced technology, the Auto White Balance (AWB) setting does a really good job and gets it right most of the time.
There’s nothing like a new snow fall to brighten up a dreary winter landscape.
The beauty of a fresh snowfall inspires the photographer in all of us. The bright white snow against a rich blue sky, the light reflecting off of icicles, kids playing in the snow…winter scenes beckon to be photographed.