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Understanding the Human Eye

April 12, 2017 - What is it that makes photography so enthralling? When you think about it, there isn’t anything that we photograph that...
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Advanced Concepts in Landscape Photography

March 08, 2017 - I’ve talked a lot about composition and landscape photography in general because I feel that it is a wonderful genre tha...
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How to Create Beautiful Architectural Photography

February 15, 2017 - Architectural photography is a difficult genre with lots of little details that need attention. In my opinion, this kind...
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The Many Meanings of Perspective

January 04, 2017 - As photographers, our work revolves around perspective. Day in and day out, we use this tool to improve our images. But,...
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Should You Stick to One Genre or Should You Diversify?

October 05, 2016 - What is the path to artistic success? Some would argue that it is simply practice – and not just practice overall, but p...
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Teaching Children the Wonders of Photography, #3: Learning to Create Art

June 15, 2016 - Throughout this series so far, I've touched on a lot of the more technical aspects of photography, but once children hav...
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Learning to Be Your Own Worst Critic (Self-Critiquing Your Own Images)

December 09, 2014 - Finding someone to critique your work well is sometimes even harder than creating the work in the first place. If you’re...
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