Posts Tagged ‘Photography tips’

Light Painting at Night

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All photography is really painting with light for without light, conventional photography is impossible. But light painting has come to mean using an artificial source of light to paint a subject into life out of darkness.. Kinda sounds like Dr. Frankenstein, doesn’t it. Well, it’s not as scary as what he was up to and […]


10 Tips for Cold Weather Photography

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Since we just experienced one “Polar Vortex“, I thought I would write about some tips for venturing out during the next cold snap to photograph. Extreme cold is great for water falls, snow, and icicles. Plus, most other people won’t venture out, so you will have a lot of solitude!   Dress warmly and in […]


Creative Photography Page 2: Multiple Exposure

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My first installment talked about drive by shootings, slower shutter speed images taken out of a moving car ( like texting, this is not something you should do while driving). We will be exploring the various methods of using multiple exposure over the next several installments. Today we will begin with a simple 2 exposure […]