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Lesson: Apertures and Shutter Speeds: Part I: Science and Philosophy

I was stumped for a subject for a post recently, so I put out a quick call on my personal Facebook for questions. And right off, of course, I was asked about aperture, shutter speed, and such, by a couple … 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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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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Rice Fields, Bali, Indonesia

The rice fields were beautiful. After a year and a half in Kabul, to be surrounded by so much green was pure joy. Finding the right photo from the hundred or more I shot in about a half hour was … Continue reading

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Cow, Son Kul Jailoo, Kyrgyzstan

There are so many things to say about this photo. There's a cow in the middle of the road. Or there's a road across the prairie. Or the prairie is at 10,000 ft, and that line of hills in the … Continue reading

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