Day: December 1, 2017

Three Mindsets That Kill Creativity

Having a flawed mindset about yourself or your photography is often the biggest hindrance to your creative work. From each of our unique life experiences, we have all developed ways of thinking that can either allow us to move forward or could greatly hold us back. Here are four mindsets that, over time, I have […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Framing

There are many ways to compose or images and many different elements you can use for effective composition. Framing is one such element of composition that can be very powerful for leading the viewer’s eye when done well. Eastman Kodak House (the home of George Eastman who founded Kodak) framed by the trees in the […]

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Gear of the Year 2017 – Dale’s choice: Sigma 14mm F1.8 Art

Sigma’s 14mm F1.8 Art lens makes it easier to get shots like this.ISO 5000 | 2 seconds | F1.8 | 14mm Over the past couple years I’ve developed a strong interest in wide-field astrophotography. Specifically, I’ve become passionate about photographing the aurora borealis, commonly known as the northern lights. The aurora is Mother Nature’s own […]

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Why Capture One Cannot Replace Adobe Lightroom

Many photographers, including our team at PL, have been frustrated with Adobe’s latest move to discontinue the standalone version of Lightroom, something Adobe said it would not do in the past. As a result, a number of us (including myself) have been looking for alternative post-processing tools that can replace Lightroom completely. For the past […]

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