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Pointing Your Camera, Part One
7/23/2011 11:50 AM By  BkkSteve  

Exactly what is it you wish the viewer to see or feel from your image? And what elements of the composition will help impart this feeling to the viewer?


 
 


Bird Compositions
3/31/2011 11:19 PM By  BkkSteve  
Give bird compositions a try, but be prepared to work for them. And be prepared for your single bird compositions to become much more polished for your efforts.

 
 


Toning For Effect and Fun
3/19/2011 7:00 PM By  BkkSteve  
When toning for effect or fun, try and keep the plot in mind. Don’t go over the edge. Try to identify what you’re trying to do, where the image should fit in, and what turns you on the most. When you set your mind to it, you’d be surprised what you can come up with!

 
 


Black and White Toning
3/12/2011 7:00 PM By  BkkSteve  
Making an effective/attractive black and white image is much more than just sliding the saturation slider to the left. It’s about ‘feeling’ the image and getting the very most from it, trying different levels, different looks, much like we’d do in the darkroom long ago.

 
 


Antique Toning
3/5/2011 7:00 PM By  BkkSteve  
This third entry in our series on digital toning will center on what is often referred to as “Antique Toning.” As we’ve previously discussed, digital toning presets are a popular feature set in Lightroom and most imaging software.

 
 


Sepia Toning
2/26/2011 7:00 PM By  BkkSteve  
So why are most digital toning jobs in sepia I see of modern subjects? I don’t know, but I hope this article helps prevent more.

 
 


Cyanotypes
2/19/2011 7:00 AM By  BkkSteve  
Cyanotype is an old style process used by engineers both for it's easy and economical processing, and because the blue toning makes lines and angles stand out and easier to see.

 
 


Pay Attention
2/12/2011 7:00 PM By  BkkSteve  
Anyone care to think what viruses and bacteria black mold can carry other than Legionnaires’ Disease, Influenza, MRSA’s, Foot and Mouth Disease, Avian Influenza, and the plague?

 
 


It’s Not The Camera
2/5/2011 7:00 PM By  BkkSteve  
This image is significant because it shows you the camera is the last thing you should be worrying about, it shows you even with a first generation point and shoot, over a decade old, what really counted was being at the right place at the right time and paying attention to your composition.

 
 


Burma’s Karen’s In The Middle
1/29/2011 7:00 PM By  BkkSteve  
This soldier said he could never fall asleep on duty, it’s his fear they Myanmar soldiers will hurt/kill this family if he doesn’t watch them 24/7. He told me it would never happen on his watch. The special forces trained sniper sitting next to him just smiled and told me not on his either. I believe them.

 
 
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  2. Re: Pay Attention

    Have to say this the last subject I expected to say anything about on a photographic web site! I've seen...

    --samuijim

  3. Re: Pay Attention

    Interesting observations and a good bit of knowledge about the bleach. I thought bleach killed everything...

    --BkkSteve

  4. Re: Pay Attention

    Black mold is certainly a problem ...not just in Asia (so is white mold during the rainy season here...

    --samuijim

  5. Re: Sepia Toning

    Technikall - I must say the "preventing more' comment was mostly tongue in cheek,really all I could...

    --BkkSteve

  6. Re: Sepia Toning

    I'm affraid your article will prevent nothing, and really why should it. I happen to be one who has worked...

    --TechnikaIII

  7. Re: Pay Attention

    Yea, ice machines can be pretty scary. When I read the health inspection reports here in the US the ...

    --Tom

  8. Re: Biker Bart Pulls it Off!

    Small things add up.. often without realizing it. The soft focus on the girl, the clipped from wheel...

    --BkkSteve

  9. Re: A Photographers Moral and Ethical Responsibilities

    There are two birds here. One is severely deformed throughout the cranial cavity. The other bird is...

    --BkkSteve

  10. Re: A Photographers Moral and Ethical Responsibilities

    Only one photo of two birds here - that bird doesn't look too deformed.I would have thouhgt it to be...

    --zhallart

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