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By Jeff Insel Three years ago next week we had some nice monsoon weather, rain in the morning. My dining window faces my backyard and the neighbor’s wall to the east. While having my morning tea...
6 days ago
By Bruce D Taubert About 15 years ago, when I began to get serious about macro photography, I found the learning curve to be a bit steeper than I had thought it was going to be. The equipment needs ...
2 weeks ago
By Jeff Insel This was a fun and interesting four day photography workshop. The National Park pamphlet calls Bryce Canyon “Poetry in Stone” – an accurate description as any. The group met at...
Capture Your Moment, Getting the Shot, Long Exposure, night photography, Photography, Technical, Technique
By Vern and Barbara West On a recent nighttime shoot of the Comet C2020 F3 / Neowise, we had a crash course on remembering all the ins and outs of photographing the night sky. One of the first steps w...
By Rick Jacobi I have tried to put a light on a light bulb, lantern or a lamp. It does not work very well trying to paint it on with a brush in ACR or Lightroom by increasing the Exposure, Highlights ...
By Vicki Uthe In May of 2015, I had the great fortune of being on the Arizona Highways Photo Workshops Oregon Sampler trip. It was an 850-mile drive of a grand circle beginning in Portland, driving ea...
4 weeks ago
By Jeff Insel This was a really great Arizona Highways Photo Workshop (now PhotoScapes) in late March 2013. The group met in Las Vegas at a hotel where we loaded up in two Suburbans and drove to Death...
By Vicki Uthe March 2015 began my second year with Arizona Highways PhotoScapes. I tried to be a landscape/nature photographer. I really did, but I find that my minimalism gets in the way. To be a suc...
By David Goodell Looking for a project? I decided to print some of my photos as All Occasion Greeting Cards and have had a great deal of fun with it. The cards are 4 X 6, the paper is 6 X 8, and they ...
By Amy Horn Camera Gear & Settings: Macro lens 1/160 sec, f/8, ISO 100 Flash power – 1/32 Shutter release 2 Off camera flash Tripod Supplies: Water container Syringe Backdrop Towel Rain-X (optio...
2 months ago