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What’s the difference between hard and soft light? This is a great question and one that can sometimes be a little confusing when you’re first starting out as a photographer. Soft light comes from a light source that is relatively
Having trouble getting your Canon EOS R6 to work with your really expensive Profoto flashes? It may be your shutter mode. I owe Profoto an apology. I’ve owned the EOS R6 for almost a year now and I love the
Up in the mountains of Nevada is a ghost town. It was a former old Western mining town, and its fortunes rose and fell with the demand for precious metals. We arrived at the town, ready for some night photography.
The other day, I found myself in Monument Valley photographing a bunch of dancers. Of course, I was there at sunrise, which lasted for two hours and bathed the entire valley in beautiful light so I could leisurely make artful
I am really fortunate that I am able to photograph such fascinating subjects. Photographing abandoned trains and locomotives is certainly a highlight. However, these enormous cement pipes in front of a train car caught my eye. When I aimed my
It’s a great time to be a film photographer today because you get the best of both worlds. You can enjoy the slow process and nostalgic vibe of film and the convenience of digital tools to complement it. Among these
Selfies. Love them or hate them, today is the day to embrace getting in front of your camera. Yes, there is a national day of just about everything, and today we get to indulge ourselves with selfies. Selfies vs. self-portraits
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