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The Power of Perspective, Which Focal Length For Which Composition?
8/7/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

There is no right answer, no golden rule to recite, it's only significance is to understand such differences exist in most every  image we process and that we as photographers hold the artistic control in our hands.  Can a crop define a composition?  Certainly.  Can a crop define an artist?  Perhaps.


Perspective Rules!
7/31/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

But let’s look further.  First, the light balance and exposure is exceptional.  The car itself is perfectly exposed and so are the accent lights in the ceiling, the floor, and inside the windows of the stores.  How is this possible when it’s obvious all these areas have different levels of luminance which significantly exceed the dynamic range of the camera?


2010 Red Bull Air Show in Perth
7/24/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

For this shot I was just trying to get the plane in between the two pylons.  The cool thing here, and what makes everyone go “wow” when they see it is the obvious timing involved in getting the clean cut, the trail of paper on the wing and the stopped propeller.


Bird Photos that need pizzaz!!
7/17/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

Here's a photo I took on our epic three day journey from Sydney to Perth last weekend that was about 42 hours of hard driving.  We saw so many birds we could have taken two weeks for the drive.


Now you see it..
7/10/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

During a recent workshop I was out at a place I’ve nicknamed “The Fishwat” in Suphanburi.  It’s one of the many temples that protects a certain stretch of a river from fishing and allows visitors to feed the fish and of course they raise funds by selling fish food.


Surprises come in small boxes.,.
7/1/2010 1:03 AM By  anonymous  

This isn't a great picture at all.. some might even consider it a poor image.  Fair enough.  I chose to share a couple "feature" photographs today only to remind you what becomes possible with even a $125.00 point and shoot compact and how much fun it can be if you just charge up that battery and go for a walk with your camera.


Thomas Tweedel’s Excellent Dragon
6/26/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

This week Tom Tweedel will be presenting the Feature Photograph.  He's been wanting to write a Feature Photograph article for some time and this is his first attempt.  I encourage you to provide constructive feedback to Tom Tweedel via email.


Biker Bart Pulls it Off!
6/19/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

I've always talked about keeping your eyes open for unique and/or interesting photographic opportunities.  As a spectator walks through a car or bike show they encounter literally hundreds of subjects to photograph.


A Photographers Moral and Ethical Responsibilities
6/5/2010 7:06 PM By  anonymous  

As photographers and journalists I ask you:  What are our responsibilities for bringing to the attention of authorities issues of environmental, civil, or criminal wrongdoing?


Nightscapes By Rod C
5/29/2010 7:01 PM By  anonymous  

These images are significant because it's a wonderful demonstration that no matter where you are, how bleak things look, that if you use your imagination and take your time you'll end up with some interesting shots.

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


  2. Re: Pay Attention

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  3. Re: Pay Attention

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  4. Re: Sepia Toning

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  5. Re: Sepia Toning

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


  6. Re: Pay Attention

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


  7. Re: Biker Bart Pulls it Off!

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


  8. Re: A Photographers Moral and Ethical Responsibilities

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


  9. Re: A Photographers Moral and Ethical Responsibilities

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  10. Re: Biker Bart Pulls it Off!

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