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Lessons: Framing

People often ask about composition, and how to take “the best” picture of a scene. And the answer I give is not very satisfactory to many people, because there are many “best” pictures of a scene. What drives you, and … Continue reading

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Lesson: Patience

Patience comes in many forms. Sometimes, patience demands that you wait days, weeks, months, or even years for something, working specifically toward a goal, or going through your life, waiting for a period of time to end. At other times, … Continue reading

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Rooftops, Prague, Czech Republic

It was a chilly, misty April day in Prague. I was full of garlic soup and Pilsener Urquell (which is an outstanding meal for such a day). The repetition of imbricated tiles grabbed my attention. I shot several versions, and … Continue reading

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