Monthly Archives: December 2012

Lighting I: Sol

When I write my blog, I generally just sit here and start typing. Sometimes I start with the photo and build words from that, while other posts start from the words and then I find the photo I need. The … Continue reading

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Aperture and Depth of Field

Day 2 of lessons week is about lens aperture and depth of field. They are intimately related, which is why they go together. This is one subject that I know gives a lot of people grief, but that I understood … Continue reading

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Composition: The Rule of Thirds

This week, I’m going to take a crack at writing tutorials or bits of coaching. I’m starting a photography coaching service, and having clarity about what I want to say will probably only enhance my service. Following the Rule of … Continue reading

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