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3 Lessons 9 Chocolate Lab Puppies

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Every experience is a learning one. I don’t pretend to know anything in fear of looking like a complete ass. So, although I would say I know quite a bit about both photography and dogs, I did not walk away from my session without any mistakes and lessons to learn from. Here are my top […]

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Landscape Snapshots

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Landscape photography is not what I initially became passionate for. I had to work on how I perceived the world around me in order to motivate myself to take decent landscape photos. Finding a good scene in this beautiful world is not necessarily a difficult feat. The post processing of landscape photos can, however, present […]

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A Quick Beginner’s Guide to Shutter Speed

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Blurry pictures are the worst (unless you’re into that sort of thing). Of course there is, at times, a reason or purpose behind wanting blur in your photo. Frustration sets in hard and quick when the blur is unintended and you don’t know how to fix it. Fortunately, a basic understanding of the shutter speed […]

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A Quick Beginner’s Guide to Photography

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There are three aspects of a camera that every beginner must understand in order to take decent photos. Whether you are trying to take a family photo or shooting an event, grasping these concepts is vital to obtaining usable images. Throw away all the other techniques and formalities. Knowing the relationships between ISO, shutter speed […]