How large can you print photos?

July 25, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
How large can you print? Have you ever wondered how large you can print a photo without sacrificing quality? As you might imagine, there are a number of factors to weigh before answering your question: 1. What type of camera did you use to take the photo? (cell phone camera, small digital camera, DSLR - digital single lens reflex camera) 2. If y...
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Photographing Sunrises and Sunsets

July 05, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
How to photograph sunrises and sunsets Have you ever wondered how to photograph a sunrise or sunset? Or, have you ever wondered when is the best time or what are the best weather conditions for capturing color in the sky? Well, that is what we are going to discuss in this article. Sunrise: Since the sun rises in the east, think about the best wes...
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Photo Shoot - Lake Winnipesaukee in NH

January 11, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Analysis of a sunrise photo shoot at Lake Winnipesaukee in NH How you ever wondered how a photographer created a specific photo? What was the process of identifying the location, the time of day, camera settings, choice of lens, composition etc? So if you're curious, please join me on an analysis of 4 photos I captured on December 27, 2020. Early...
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How to create an award winning photograph

April 27, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
If I could provide some tips on what it takes to create great photographs, would you be interested? When it comes to art, you may have heard the saying, "beauty is in the eyes of the beholder". Although not everyone will agree all the time, great photographs, as viewed and accepted by professionals, typically meet certain standards and criteria as...
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How to photograph waterfalls

March 30, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
How to photograph waterfalls to achieve the effect of flowing water, or the appearance of the"straw effect" in the water: First off, you'll need a camera that allows you to adjust the shutter speed. The key to achieving the "straw effect", or flowing water, is to use a shutter speed somewhere between 1/15 second and up to a full second or longer....
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