Here are a few tips to capturing candid portraits.I thought I would share and post this favorite picture of my granddaughter at the park.1)Go somewhere fun and interesting.You can't control candid photography, but you can control your setting and maximize your odds of success.The greens of the park background here make a nice background for the side of my GD that I wanted to capture.That was one reason for choosing this location for our play time that day.2) Be ready.I... continue reading
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Three weeks ago I drove down to the beach for a shot at some sunset photos, the clouds were just right and the sky was full of color. I was pressed for time so I got there right when the sun was hitting the horizon. I hopped out of the car, threw the camera on the tripod, set the release for Quick Remote and start clicking away glancing at the screen occasionally to make sure I was getting the compositions I wanted. I was pumped, it was a beautiful sunset. I rushed home and popped the memory card... continue reading
we are under a volcano watch this week in Alaska, thought i'd share some of the info that comes in emails as it is great information that is easily overlookedPlan for a Volcanic eruption:Develop a Family Disaster Plan and include specific preparedness procedures for volcanoes.While volcanoes are located in other areas, ash may be carried some distance away during an explosive eruption. Heavy ashfall may reduce sunlight, causing a sudden demand on electrical power and possible brownouts.... continue reading
For the sake of this story, there are two things you need to know about me.• I take my camera everywhere I go• While I wish photography was my day job – it isn’tRecently, I noticed that my Nikon’s CCD was dirtier than a college dorm room.Since I no longer had the desire to remove copious amounts of dust from my shots in post production, I decided that my camera deserved a respite from the daily routine.After all, what’s a few days?I’ve been dragging that camera around... continue reading
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