Posts Tagged ‘NIkon’

Xavier Rudd - Orange Peel

What makes a great concert photo? 14 tips to music photography greatness.

I shoot a lot of gigs.  Over the past five years or so, I’ve shot hundreds and hundreds of them, if not more. In fact, in the past ten weeks alone, since launching my Front Row Focus publication, I’ve photographed three festivals, and about a dozen local concerts, totaling countless artists (okay, I could count [...]

Max Patch Photo Tour

15 Criteria for Selecting a Photography Instructor

With the arrival of the digital age, photography has become more accessible than it has ever been.  Now-a-days, it seems that everyone has a fancy DSLR camera, or a modern mirror-less model, with interchangeable lenses.  Strangely enough, the camera manufacturers want you to believe that all you need to do is take the camera out [...]

Oregon sunset

Should I shoot RAW files? Or, are JPEGs okay?

It’s a question that has been asked time and time again since the dawning of the digital age of photography:

Sedona Arizona

My visit to Sedona…

Back in February (2013), after completing a five-day photo documentary assignment for a bride and groom in Las Vegas, my partner, Beth, and I left Sin City for a five-day excursion in Arizona.  After catching up with friends, Jim and Judy, in Lake Havasu (AZ), we journey on to Sedona, taking Route 40 East most [...]

Travel Photography - People

Travel Photography – Part 2 of 4: PEOPLE

In Part 1 of this Travel Photography blog series, we had a look at some of the “generic” issues related to the wonderful world of travel photography.  These were things that essentially apply to any facet of photography, as they form the foundation for all that follows.  

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