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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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Teaching Children the Wonders of Photography, #2: Lighting and Intermediate Camera Controls

June 08, 2016 - Last week, I talked about some of the most basic things that a child will need to know as they learn how to be a photogr...
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Best Techniques for Photographing the Moon

May 04, 2016 - The weather is finally starting to warm up around here, so I think that it is the perfect time to get outside and start...
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How to Take Fireworks Photos Like a Pro, Part 2

June 30, 2015 - Equipment and Other Tools for Taking Fireworks Photos with Any Camera If you read the first part of this series, then...
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How to Take Fireworks Photos Like a Pro, #1

June 23, 2015 - Camera Settings and Tools For Amazing Fireworks Photos Fireworks are one of the most challenging subjects you'll ever...
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Learning to Balance Exposure with ISO

November 19, 2014 - If you think of exposure like a triangle, shutter speed and aperture are two points on that triangle. ISO is the third –...
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Photography Fundamentals: Shutter Speed

November 05, 2014 - Shutter speed controls are one of the most important tools for any photographer. With fast and slow shutter speeds, you...
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Photography Fundamentals: Mastering the Aperture

September 30, 2014 - How to Use Aperture Settings for Artistic Effects It was W. Eugene Smith who asked, “What use is having a great depth o...
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