Tag Archives: light

Lessons: White Balance Settings

When shooting in JPEG mode, even if you make no adjustments to contrast control or other presets through your camera’s menu, your camera company makes certain assumptions about how photos ought to look and has base settings for color, contrast, … Continue reading

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Beautiful Photo: Crocuses and Shadows

Have I told you yet this week how much I love flowers? Sometimes I see them as O’Keeffe did, all exotic and erotic, and other times, I just get lost in the details. With these crocuses, I wanted to crawl … Continue reading

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The Coolest Cellar I’ve Seen So Far, Dobogó Pince

So I’ve started to write a post three times now. I’ve got nothing really to say, at least not that I can write in the time I have available today. This is in Dobogó Pince, a Tokaj winery which produces … Continue reading

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Perfect Light, Konyári Pince, Balatonlelle, Hungary

I’ve learned over the years to go out to make my photographs with a plan, but if the situation isn’t what I wanted, to change the plan, or walk away. I’ll usually try to shoot through the transition from one … Continue reading

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Haraszti Pince, Palkonya, Hungary

This is the first photo from my Wine for a Year project. Now, obviously, it has nothing to do with wine; the ladder could be from any project, but it was on my first shoot about wine making. I had the … Continue reading

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