Hello again,Based on the reactions to the last blog (Abell concise and me ranting), it would seem that people actually enjoy it when I rant.That, however, does not seem to include my wife who has made it absolutely clear, that all my ranting must be done outside her presence or I shall in no time at all, be ranting about sleeping on the sofa with an empty stomach (ha, I’m one up on her there, I love to cook and my sofa is pretty darn comfortable).Anyhow, I am back here again with another... continue reading
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Robert Adams gained prominence with his pictures that depicted how natural landscapes are transformed as civilization encroaches upon them.As a lover of the inherent beauty of the natural landscape his photographs strongly hint at the dismay he must have felt as he saw it being defaced by ever advancing human activity.It is not only his pictures that captured my attention; his musings also make for some thought-provoking study.He was at some point a teacher of English, and I think this as... continue reading
While desperately thrashing around for some inspiration, I hit upon a thought.Why not look to some of the great masters of photography in the hope that an iota of their genius would rub off on me.Not a very original thought, I admit.But instead of exposing myself to a great spiral of depression by comparing their accomplished photography with my own amateurish efforts, I decided I would read their words of wisdom.First off, Ansel Adams.I’m not going to provide any details on his life... continue reading
I guess all of you knowing the Master of Landscapes:Ansel Adams(February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984). He was one of the highly appreciated photographer in the world & is very famous for his fine quality of prints produced. His prints are still popular & in the sells.He was having great technique to capture beautiful landscapes with eye pleasing composition & exposure.Adams developed the famous and highly complex "zone system" of controlling and relating exposure. This was a a method for getting... continue reading
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