Tag Archives: Photographer

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Respect your subject

Sometimes the continuous drive to take photographs creates an incongruity: we are so focused on photographing the subject that we don’t actually see the subject. What I mean to say is this. We see something […]

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Photography on Sunday

Only one link today: For a couple of years now I have been visiting and enjoying the website, Brain Pickings. It’s a great place to visit on a slow day, a Sunday perhaps, when you […]

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Composition: Assessing the Subject

Previous article in this series: What is ‘Composition’?  Unless you are a dedicated ‘snapshooter’ (a grab-shottist?), photography is a mind game. While not all subjects give you time to go through a long process to determine […]

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How to Learn Photography

I’ve just completed leading another photography course for MacEwan University’s Continuing Education Program, and a very enjoyable experience it was. This is my fourth year of teaching photography, and there are a few connected issues which arise […]

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Wedding Photography? Moi?

This is my fourth attempt at writing a blog post about my recent experience photographing a wedding. The first veered off into New Years resolutions, the second into the reasons why I don’t photograph many […]

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A Closer View

As priorities evolve and my niche in macro photography as a business begins to expand, I will be spending more time using macro and close-up techniques to explore other areas beyond insects and spiders. Splendour […]

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So You Want to be a Photographer? (fotoseeds)

How it is, from fotoseeds:

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How to Fight Photographer’s Block

During my holidays I allowed myself to succumb to ease rather than take hold of the opportunities before me. It forced me to face myself and ask: Why do I do photography at all? I […]

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