Browsing all posts in March, 2010.

Recipe For Fun

The following post was guest post by Jen Royce and If you would like to see more of her work you can check it out here. You will need: 1 fruit of your choice (can be substituted for object of choice) 1 working faucet 1 camera 2 cups patience 4 cups persistance 1 Photographer willing […]

The Story Behind the Photo

Photography provides us with the ability to freeze a moment in time; to make it static and permanent. Every photograph has a story behind it that is just as much a part of the picture, even though it may be unseen by the person viewing it. For instance, this is a photograph that I took […]

Your March Photo Challenge Contributions

The March 2010 Photo Challenge Subject is “simplicity”, and the Challenge Technique is “macro”. The challenge runs all month long, so there’s still plenty of time to share your shots! I must say that I have been REALLY enjoying everyone’s contributions – we have some really amazing photographers in our midst! All of your efforts […]

Kiss Me, I’m Irish!

I really am. Well, part Irish. My great-great-great grandparents on my mother’s side came from the Emerald Isle. Nowadays, though, you don’t have to be Catholic or Irish to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. So wave your shamrocks with pride and celebrate the beauty that is Ireland. Also, you don’t really have to kiss me. An […]

A Brief HDR Tutorial

“HDR” stands for High Dynamic Range imaging. The definition from Wikipedia is, “a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminances between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. This wider dynamic range allows HDR images to more accurately represent the wide range […]

Newsletter: Signup

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Video Tutorials

Like many people, I am a visual learner. I absorb information best when it is demonstrated to me, or taught directly to me by another person. For this reason, I really value the efforts put forth on KelbyTV. The site is organized into several sections, or channels. Photoshop User TV features tips and tricks about […]

Six Tips for Photographing Wildflowers

Spring is just around the corner (well, for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere – our friends in Australia will be coming up on wintertime in a couple of months!). With spring comes wildflowers. I live in the desert of Arizona and we’re about to reach our peak wildflower season. Here are some tips […]

Review – Flip UltraHD Camcorder

I’m a blogger, and I have been a blogger for twelve years. My still photography has enhanced my website over the years, adding to the detail of the memories and the stories I tell. Every now and then, though, I get the desire to video blog, rather than type out my thoughts. With that goal […]

Photographer Focus: Eric Syty

The following photography has been submitted by Eric Sytv and you can check out more of his photography here. This picture was taken at the christening of the wind turbine on my campus. I like it because you get to see the whole turbine and even though you can’t see their faces you wonder who […]