Tag: photography

How To Help Flickr

Recently, you may have heard through the numerous blogs and articles on the web that the CEO of Flickr made a desperate plea to its members to help them keep the site alive. If you haven’t Click here and read all about it. I have thought a lot about this issue because I really do like Flickr and have been […]

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Fall Photography!

I love fall. I love the temperature. I love the fact that the sun rises and sets at a reasonable time. I love the changing of the leaves and the cool morning air. I also thankfully live in a country that also doesn’t know what a pumpkin spice latte is either! With that being said, What’s the plan for this […]

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MidDay Photography

Recently, I was thinking about heading out to a favourite location. Due to a late night and a comfortable bed, I slept in. I got up and the clouds were amazing. The problem was that it was also almost noon! If you have read anything about landscape photography the gurus will tell you that is a “big mistake!” but is […]

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How I Plan for Travel Photography

In the past, I would simply grab my camera with a collection of lenses and fly off to some random location. I thought that this was the easiest way to get a good assortment of photos with the least amount of stress. As you can imagine, this didn’t work out most of the time. Over the past few years, I […]

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What Makes Luminar Flex 1.1 So GOOD?

I have been a fan of Luminar for a number of years now. The editing style and the technology that they are putting into their product is amazing. However, I am also still a fan of Lightroom. It keeps everything organized and it handles large amounts of photos better than other editors. With Luminar 3 and soon 4, that have […]

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5 Ways Photowalks Can Make You a Better Photographer

I am not the most social person, especially when it comes to meeting new people. However, there is just something about a photowalk that decreases the awkwardness of social interaction and allows you to meet people on a different level. Recently, I hosted a photowalk here in Ulsan, South Korea. This is sort of training for an upcoming project that […]

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How To Shoot a Sunrise: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a 2-part series. You can read Part 1 here. In this part we are going to look at how to edit your sunrise shots. I feel that his is an integral part of the process. While some out there may spout that “It looks photoshopped” rhetoric, editing your photos properly is essential in getting the […]

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