Day: April 27, 2017

ISO Invariance: The End of the Exposure Triangle?

Since the beginning of photography, there have been three basic elements that need to be taken into consideration when making an image; the size of the aperture on your lens, the speed of the shutter, and how sensitive your film (or, in modern times, the digital image sensor) is to light. Indeed almost all of […]

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Throwback Thursday: Minolta DiMAGE X

There were many ‘races’ in the compact camera market back when they were selling like hotcakes. From resolution to zoom, manufacturers were constantly trying to one-up each other. Another area in which they were competing was just how small a camera could be. One of the smallest was the ultra-thin Minolta DiMAGE X, released way […]

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The Power of Previsualization in Photography

I have bad news. Great images require repeat attempts – sometimes over the course of years. Your first image of a particular place or subject will rarely be your best, but with some planning and the right approach you can shorten that path to perfection. Mesquite Dunes, Death Valley captured by Ron Craig With digital […]

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How to Find Your Stolen Photos Online

If you work as a photographer long enough, your pictures are going to be used without your permission somewhere. Tracking down where that’s happened can be tough, but this great video will help you in that endeavor. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR […]

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