Tag: Photography

Bigger vs Better

Most of us would’ve encountered the situation where, in a group of trigger-happy camera-toting enthusiasts, someone whips out a larg-ish lens mounted on a larg-ish

How To Take Better Photos

This post is meant for newbie photographers who want to experiment with a little creative control. So, you’ve bought a shiny new ultra-compact, or the

Being a Photographer

I’m beginning to fall in love with lists.  Here’s a fascinating one on 100 Things Completely Right about being a photographer… (I’m just including a

Tools of the Trade

After a long time, I’ve encountered a post on Photography that I just had to share with you.  Now, I fully realize that the world

Going Classic

The first photograph I ever shot was on my father’s twin-lens-reflex Ross Ensign Ful-Vue Super.  The camera was from the 1950s, the roll was a

Photographer or Terrorist?

Digital Photography School published a very useful post by Elizabeth Halford on “How to shoot in public with confidence“.  In it, Halford shares with us

The Big Picture

I must confess, as someone who cares about the environment, when I first read about the concept of Earth Hour, my immediate reaction was not

Guide to Photography Gear – Part 2

This series of posts is written for the amateur/hobbyist/newbie photography enthusiast, and will try and address the questions that typically arise when you’re in the market for photography gear. Part 2 includes “How do you choose a lens?” and “Digital vs Film”…

Guide to Photography Gear – Part 1

This series of posts is written for the amateur/hobbyist/newbie photography enthusiast, and will try and address the questions that typically arise when you’re in the market for photography gear. Part 1 includes “Prosumer vs DSLR?” and “Should you spend more on a body or a lens?”…

Data Movage

Kevin Kelly of ‘The Technium’ recently posted a illuminating piece on the concept of “Movage“: Digital continuity is a real problem. Digital information is very

Platform Power

I am a big believer in going against the grain… standing out in a crowd… rocking the boat… being “different”… In fact, this entire blog

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