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Photographer Focus: Acid Photography

This post was submitted by Alaa Sa’eed and you can check out more of their photography here. Revolution Tunnel About Revolution Tunnel: I was walking there and I was like, wow.. that looks scary even it was made to let people pass under the subway in order not to get hit by a car, it’s clearly […]

Stops 101

When I was new to photography, I was very confused whenever someone said they needed to “stop down” or “stop up” a shot. Basically, all the term “stop” refers to is the change in the brightness of the light, or exposure, of the photograph. Doubling the light is one stop up (or brighter), reducing the […]

Review: Photo Recipes Live

I recently purchased Photo Recipes Live: Behind the Scenes: Your Guide to Today’s Most Popular Lighting Techniques, the DVD/workbook combo by Scott Kelby. This product goes into detail about how the photographs were achieved in “Photo Recipes That Help You Get “The Shot”” – the final chapter of each of Kelby’s three Digital Photography Volumes. […]

YOUR January Photo Challenge Contributions

We’ve been seeing some fantastic contributions to our January Photo Challenge. The theme is “beginnings”, and the technique is “bokeh”, and we’ve been seeing some great shots in the Flickr Group that incorporate one or the other, or both! Please keep your contributions coming, we still have ten days left before we initiate February’s theme […]

When life hands you lemons

by Jen Royce Make lemonade right? That’s the old saying. Growing up I always wanted to be a teacher, or a doctor, and even a race car driver. Who doesn’t look good in a helmet? Life is quite unpredictable and takes turns when you just want to go straight. After I graduated high school I […]

Upcoming and Elsewhere

Hello friends! I thought I’d let you know about some things that are in the works for upcoming entries, as well as some things that are happening elsewhere on the subject of photography. First up, I am in possession of my copy of Scott Kelby’s new workbook/DVD combo, Photo Recipes Live: Behind the Scenes: Your […]

The Nature of Nature Photography

This post was submitted by Jerry Downs and you can check out more of his work here and here. What follows is an adaptation of one of my email-photo-essays that I send out to a couple of thousand friends and fellow photographers around the world after my personal photo adventures for a book I’m writing […]

Three Things I Wish I Knew Then

Sherry (who writes for PhotoBlog) and I were talking a couple of weeks ago about the things that we wished we knew, or that someone had told us, about photography when we first got started. Those tips or pieces of advice that would have helped us to avoid confusion or mistakes when we were first […]


A friend of mine just got a new Nikon D90 and has pestered the heck out of me requested that I write an article about filters. (Hi, Dys! Your wish is my command. Ha!) There are many, MANY kinds of filters, and many, MANY different brands of filters, that allow for a near-infinite level of […]

The Lighted Path

“The Lighted Path” – a hiking trail in Aspen, Colorado. Exposure: 0.02 sec (1/50) Aperture: f/5.6 Focal Length: 22 mm ISO Speed: 200 A Wordless Wednesday contribution. Photo Credit: Tiffany Joyce. Tweet