Getting the Shot

Photographing the Night Sky

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...
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Water Drop Photography

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...
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Quality of light

By Ivan Martinez Understanding light will help a photographer create the right image. Understanding light in photography is about knowing how light affects the subject you are photographing. In this v...
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Photographing Reflections

By John Frelich Working with water and/or other items for reflections can provide you with many opportunities to create pleasing images. What are some of the ways you can add interest to an image? Try...
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Playing with Colors

By Ivan Martinez The use of colors in photography as a composition guideline is something that will help you create images with the right mood or energy.  The idea of colors is based on the color whe...
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Time for Reflection

John Frelich Well here many of us sit waiting out the Covid-19 pandemic before we plan where our next photographic adventure will take us. There are many topics for consideration and for this blog I c...
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