Monthly Archives: January 2017

How to Use Telephoto Lenses

Telephoto lenses are wonderful tools for almost any genre of photography, but they aren’t necessarily easy to use. In particular, telephoto lenses will magnify any camera shake and provide a much thinner depth of field compared to wide angles. Don’t … Continue reading

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“Consider This” – Do You “Should” On Yourself?

“Consider This,” is a series of short weekly posts with things for you to think about. My career is always surprising me with what seems like a never-ending collection of new experiences. So, I want to fill this new feature … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Reflections – Time’s Flying Faster

© okalinichenko ​I’m up to my usual tricks this morning straying way off the topic of photography. Whatever pops into my mind on a Sunday morning is what I share. So, as usual, once the sun was up so was … Continue reading

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Double Exposure Of Model Wearing Full Sk Canvas Floater Frame 3/4″ Matte Black 22×27 Photo On Canvas

Double Exposure Of Model Wearing Full Sk Canvas Floater Frame 3/4″ Matte Black 22×27 Photo On Canvas Double exposure of model wearing full sk” is an art print by Gjon Mili from The Life Picture Collection. Get photo prints of … Continue reading

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Fire and Brimstone

A little less then a year ago I posted an article at PL detailing the itinerary of a day in Yellowstone National Park. Since that article I had the pleasure of revisiting the park during my yearly foray to the … Continue reading

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