Monthly Archives: April 2016

10 Photography Rules I Broke and How I Got Away With Them

Since having my three boys, most notably the twins who are now toddlers, I’ve learned that many rules are meant to be broken. Rules you’ve heard all of your life: jumping on the bed, staying up past bedtime, wearing pajamas … Continue reading

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Understanding the buttons and dials on your new camera

Understanding the buttons and dials on your new camera 3. Custom / Function button – While these buttons normally come assigned to a specific camera setting, they can be adjusted depending on what setting you use most. 4. Power switch … Continue reading

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4 Lightroom Secrets to Get Stunning Black and White Images

The key to gorgeous black and white images often lies in the small details: making sure there is sufficient range of lights and darks, ensuring skin doesn’t look dull, and making sure our subject doesn’t fade into the background. Paying … Continue reading

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Life Magazine Cover March 27, 1950 Paper Framed Print 1 5/8″ Matte Black 22×26 Photo On

Life Magazine Cover March 27, 1950 Paper Framed Print 1 5/8″ Matte Black 22×26 Photo On Life Magazine Cover March 27, 1950″ is an art print by Alfred Eisenstaedt from The Life Premium Collection. Get photo prints of “Life Magazine … Continue reading

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How Was This Picture Made #9

We are continuing our “how was this picture taken?” series of articles and this time I present an image of the Sokullu Mehmet Pasha mosque, which I captured at sunrise from a rooftop of a hotel in Istanbul: This will … Continue reading

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