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This amazing castle is a short walk from my house. Often I go there to photograph my favorite castle. And when I went there around the old and derelict Jewish cemetery and I saw how light is there, I must to take a photobreak overthere ...Overview on the castle and this cemetery continue reading
Cemeteries provide so many opportunities for photographing works of art in stone. Every community has an old cemetery that reeks of history and amazing art.The craftsmanship practiced by the artists that created the images for grave markers that have stood the test of tome.This first example is of an entrance to a very old graveyard in Cleveland Ohio.The very old entrance archway is a work of architectural art in itself.constructed of cut stone and created by a master stone-cutter, it is... continue reading
I just discovered a good app on the AppStore in my IPhone 6 plus that works wonderfully like exposimeter, and it is iLightMeter. Just costs a very little and works perfectly in managing light, times, ISO and f. It is useful for shoting in A or M mode.Will try to use it instead of buying expensive instruments, to learn how it really works for all.I just used it for this photo: continue reading
This collection contains images from armed forces cemeteries. They serve as a reminder to us all of the brave, selfless and often heroic acts carried out by the men and women of our armed forces during times of international crisis and conflict.Note: I am only looking for images from inside cemeteries. Not looking for war memorials that stand alone.Examples: continue reading
First blog on DT.I like to photograph symmetry particularly in manmade objects whenever I can. To me this is something that is aesthetically pleasing and provides me with a challenge as a photographer. Here a couple - there are more in my portfolio (even though I admit they make up a small percentage of the total). Does anyone else have any foibles like this?Maybe, I should set up a collection with symmetrical images. continue reading
It's time to get out and shoot some Halloween photos if you haven't already. I'm heading to the farmer's market tomorrow to get some pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn and mums, and planning some shoots for next week on my friend Sarah's front porch. Her house was built in the 1700's - really old in this neck of the woods. I thought I 'd share some of my older work both for Halloween and the fall season here just because as photographers, graphic artists and designers we love taking, manipulating and drawing... continue reading
A photographer on another site recommended this method for shooting lit buildings at night.Meter the interior lights of the building ahead of time.Go back around twilight and wait for that beautiful blue sky.Meter the sky.When the light reading for the sky=reading of the interior, take your shot.(On a tripod of course :-) )I'm going to try that the next time I shoot buildings in the evening.Meanwhile, I will share my two latest uploads.Fun Photography on Facebook continue reading
I wrote this blog on my own blog a while back, but reading Rebecca's post today made me think of this again and thought it would be useful on DT:My mother is taking a course on photography and she was commenting on how her teacher was touting the advantages of shooting in manual. While I am no stranger to manual I really think this argument is directed to people who set the camera to program and then don't notice what settings the camera picks. This is a crucial point - there is not an iota of... continue reading
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