Monthly Archives: January 2017

Validation in Photography

Validation is one of those things that we all seem to crave as humans, yet it often causes us problems. This is especially true for photography and other arts because there is no easy way to evaluate how "good" it … Continue reading

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Stretching Focus on Close-Ups

One of the challenges of close-up and macro work is that depth of field is very shallow. That can be good for backgrounds, but bad for the subject. But if you stop the lens down, the background can start to … Continue reading

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Experience and Photography – What You Experience as You Photograph

I have been thinking a bit lately about how important experience is for me in how I photograph. I'm not talking about one's experience as a photographer. I'm talking about what one experiences as you photograph. I recently rediscovered my … Continue reading

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