Day: June 29, 2017

Learn What All the Job Titles in Movie Credits Are

Large-scale film productions take an incredible amount of work by a veritable plethora of talented people fulfilling numerous roles to pull off. It’s easy to overlook just how much goes on behind the scenes as the credits roll past, but this great video explains who does what and just how much goes into making a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Golden Gate Bridge Sunrise

Jonathan C. Dawson took the time and effort to capture this stunning photograph of the early morning sunrise at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. A fisherman stands alone while monitoring his two poles set up to catch the early fish. The most striking parts of this photograph are the color gradients that blend […]

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Sony’s Mavica FD71 likes floppy disks, hates magnets

In the earliest days of consumer digital photography, back when the ‘smart’ in ‘smart phone’ was the same as the ‘smart’ in ‘a smart pair of pants’, almost every aspect of capturing, transferring, storing, sharing and printing digital images was so fraught with technical challenges and costly disappointments that it still amazes me that it […]

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4 Tips for Post-Processing Images on the Road

In this article I will share some of my tips for post-processing your images on the road or while traveling. That way you can share images and keep up on social media. Let’s see why that’s important. Social media pressures Much can be said about social media and its influence on photography. But the hard […]

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Improving Your Cityscapes with a Polarizing Filter

One of the easiest ways to substantially improve the image quality of your daytime cityscapes is to use a circular polarizing filter. Putting a polarizing filter on your lens is like wearing a pair of polarized sunglasses over your eyes; the polarized glass blocks random light waves from passing through, creating a clearer image. Randomized […]

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