Tag Archives: africa

Photo from the World: Bird of Prey

This is completely not going to be what you’re expecting, unless you love a nice plate of gagh every so often. A few years ago, staying in the village of Paje on Zanzibar’s east coast, I went for a morning walk … Continue reading

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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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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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Masai Village, Serengeti, Tanzania

© 2012 Brian H Neely I’m rushing to get this written, and thinking about three other things, so I don’t have a lot of creative writing in me this morning. When we traveled in Tanzania, we didn’t get close enough … Continue reading

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Red Scarf, Stone Town, Zanzibar

My work is gradually moving further from literal photography into more interpretive ideas. Texture layers play a big part in that. I want scratched, distressed, aged looking photos. In this one, for example, I wanted something more or different than … Continue reading

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