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Photography is as much a learning process as it is an art form. From beginning photographers all the way to world-renowned professionals, we all must set aside time to learn about every aspect of creating art through our lens.  

I'll post a new episode each Wednesday where I share my thoughts and adventures in photography.  I hope you enjoy it.
 

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The diorama effect or “diorama illusion” is an interesting way to get a new perspective on your favorite photographic subjects.




Any photographer that has been around a while – whether a long-time hobbyist or a seasoned professional – knows just how essential backups are.




In this episode, I’ll talk about the history of digital photography and how it changed the world.




If you want fantastic photographs of exotic animals, there's no need to travel far and wide to get them. In this episode, I’ll give you some awesome tips that will show you how to create beautiful wildlife images at your local zoo!




Scouting new locations for photography isn't always easy. In this episode, I’ll show you how you can make the most of your photography scouting trips.




Photography is an amazing medium that gives people the chance to look at the real thing from half a world away. In this episode, we’ll learn how the photographic image has brought us all closer together.




Photography has changed the world in several fundamental ways. In this episode, we’ll talk about the capacity to create unlimited images as it lets us explore the richness and diversity of the world around us.




There's something special about black and white images, something that compels viewers to look a little more deeply at these images over color photos. In this episode, find out what makes monochrome attractive.




Some photographers struggle when it comes to defining their personal style. In this episode, we’ll talk about learning what style is and what it is not to understand how your style makes.




Feeling stuck with your photography? Creative work can include some slow times. In this episode, I’ll show you how to push your creativity and start photographing again.




You don't always need to create images that stand alone. In this episode, we’ll talk about creating wonderful works of art by combining several photographs into one cohesive story with Diptychs, Triptychs and More.




Your old images, both your archives and your old favorites, are a window into your past. In this episode, we’ll revisit those old images to learn something new about your art.




It's hard to strike a balance between bland and busy photos. In this episode, we’ll talk about how to choose photographic elements that capture and hold your audience's interest.

Show Notes




As photographers, we all need to learn that the camera isn't everything. Today, we’ll talk about if having the perfect optics and thousands of dollars of accessories, equipment and editing software will help us create the best possible images.




You don't always need to create images that stand alone. In this episode, we’ll talk about creating wonderful works of art by combining several photographs into one cohesive story with Diptychs, Triptychs and More.




How do you decide whether your photos are fine art or simply snapshots? In this episode, we’ll learn how to look for technical, artistic and emotional value in your own photos.




Pareidolia and the power of suggestion are two tools that photographers have long relied on to create photographs that are both interesting and meaningful. Join me today and we’ll talk more about using the power of suggestion.




Some would say it's impossible to create new images. However, by developing your photographer's eye. Today, you will learn to see your subjects in fresh new ways.




Did you know that choosing the correct ISO speed is a balancing act? Today, we’ll talk about how to balance your exposure while minimizing the grainy look that some high-ISO images have.




Photographers have long debated whether primes are better than zooms. Both types have their uses, advantages and disadvantages, I’ll talk more about these lens today.




Shutter speed controls are vital if you want to create art from motion. Today we'll talk about how to use shutter speeds to freeze motion or capture movement.




Is it possible to capture the essence of a waterfall with your camera? In today’s episode, I'll share with you several tips to create images that speak of the beautiful sights and sounds of rushing water.




To create a fine art photograph, you'll need to master the art of composition. In today’s episode, we'll learn to use several techniques to add depth and interest to your images.



 

The aperture is one of your most important tools in photography. In today’s episode, we'll learn how masters such as W. Eugene Smith and Ansel Adams used aperture settings to create their art.