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two key elements in photography

The release of the X-T1 Fuji addressed two key elements in photography. First and foremost, an extra-large EVF allows you to concentrate on composition, light and subject in a way that is not possible with the optical viewfinder (which we also like to use). You can actually see the image before you take it! Of course, the EVF is not a new idea but it is beyond my comprehension that as of today, neither Nikon nor Canon has implemented this…

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Another great post by +G Servo

Useful Photography Tip #38: Maintain a Photography Fund by Gevon Servo It is about saving. If you are a photographer earning money from your work, always set aside a percentage to go into your fund. If you can, instead of buying a coffee or lunch, bring it from home and put that money to the side. Everything helps. Photography is not a cheap hobby or career. Plan, nothing lasts forever, especially photography gear Another great post by +G Servo.  My…

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October 16th, 2011 - The Rules

Photography has a few rules (guidelines) of composition and I'm often very good at forgetting them. I'm often so focused on the technical details of the image capture — aperture, focus, shutter speed — that I forget that what matters most is if I have captured the moment. For this photo I slowed down — even held my breath — and "focused" on the subject material. I shot down on the flower ( some consider this a compositional "do not" when it comes…

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June 3rd, 2011 - Raymond Road

We were driving along Raymond Road in South Brunswick when I spotted these growing in a bunch in the narrow of strip of grass along the middle of the road.  I pulled over onto a side road and ran back to grab this shot. Camera: Nikon D40 Exposure: 1/1600 sec Aperture: f/5.6 Focal Length: 55 mm ISO Speed: 200 Listening to Where You Belong (Poolside House Mix) by Blank & Jones.…

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