Before we start, we should have a definition of both soft and hard light: Soft Light - light from a source that has been diffused in some way creating low contrast and soft edged shadows or the complete absence of shadows. Think about the light of an overcast day. Hard Light - direct light from a source that creates … Continue reading Soft Light vs. Hard Light
This is one for the "Man did I get lucky" file so please learn from my experience. Yesterday was a day of back to back shoots for me. From 10am to about 2:30pm I was working is a store making photos of a display rack for use on a website. After that I was at a … Continue reading Nothing Gets Left Behind
There is a lot about photography I love and somethings I don't like at all. Creating portraits is one of those things that I both like and dislike. Let me explain. Any of you who know me, already know that there are things I just will not shoot. I'm glad that there are photographers out … Continue reading Portraits that Speak
There are a lot of photographers out there who will do a facepalm whenever they hear someone say auto anything, when talking about digital photography. I too have done the same when I hear some of the weird and wonderful things about photography that the interwebs have to offer. But bear with me, this auto is … Continue reading Auto ISO with a Twist
That's a great question! As you can see I have stopped posting the 104 Weekly Photo Projects. Back in November a friend of mine, Mary, took over the running of the Facebook Group. She has been doing great job. I have been taking a break and concentrating on some new things that I will be bringing … Continue reading Where have you been?
Week #125 Nov. 25 to Dec. 1, 2015 This week think of all the reasons you have to be thankful and use these as inspiration when you create a photo or photos. As always, once you have made some images for this project feel free to share your results in our Facebook Group.
Week #124 Nov. 18 to Nov. 24, 2015 This week, take some time to reflect on past events in your life. Pick one and use the memory of that event to make a photo that recreates or in some way relates to that memory. Will it be a happy memory or a sad memory? That is … Continue reading Project 124 Recreate A Memory