Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Bursting the Burst Mode Myth: [What I Learned from Shooting with Film]: Over the next week we’ll be featuring a mini-series of posts from Rachel Devine (author of our new kids photography eBook Click) in which she’ll be talking about five reasons learning photography on film cameras made her the digital photographer that she is today.
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Is There a Mirrorless Camera in your Future?: Up until recently, there were two main paths you could take when choosing a digital camera. As we know, point and shoots offer affordability, small size and convenience, but the trade-offs are limited manual options and constrained image quality.
Posted by steve at 10:05 PM
Natural vs Available Light for Kid Photography [What I Learned from Shooting with Film 2]: In this post Rachel Devine (author of our new kids photography eBook Click) continues to share her five reasons learning photography on film cameras made her the digital photographer that she is today. Read Part 1 here.
Posted by steve at 10:04 PM
What Makes a Great Photograph? – PictureCorrect: I’m sure this article will be controversial. I mean, after all, how do you objectively characterize what makes a good photograph? It’s not like marking a mathematics paper, where there is always a right or wrong answer. Photography, much like any other art form, is very subjective. That said, I do believe that there are certain elements that all great photographs share in common. Here’s my (subjective) attempt at defining them:
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