Monthly Archives: April 2015

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San Francisco at Night

By NASIM MANSUROV originally found on photographylife.com San Francisco is such a beautiful city to photograph. Although I have been there for almost two weeks now, my busy and hectic schedule has been preventing me from being […]

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Exposing to the Right Explained

Photographylife.com has a great article posted about ETTR.  This is a great method when used correctly and can really make for some dynamic pictures.  I highly recommend that you pop over to their site and […]

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CosPlay Photography Do’s and Don’ts

The first convention I ever went to I was around 14 or 15 years old.  I fell in love right then and there because of the cosplayers.  The people I saw dressed up in the […]

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Using Slow Shutter Speed to Stop Motion

Most of the advice you can read online will tell you to work with a shutter speed that’s short enough to ensure sharpness and remove motion blur. That is unless you’re shooting landscapes in which […]

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WONDERCON SUNDAY 2015

I knew going in that Sunday was going to be hard.  Not only would I not have a my quickbox but I would be handling the kids as well.  The kids consist of Justin 12, […]

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WONDERCON SATURDAY 2015

The event coordinators made this a much more difficult event to cover.  Why???  They added security and now have photographers (who are staying outside the event) have badges as well.  I heard from several CosPlayers […]

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WONDERCON FRIDAY 2015

Well in one word ‘BEAT’ or maybe ‘EXHAUSTED’.  My fitbit clocked in at 8.79 miles.  Yeah that of course doesn’t include the standing around time.  My feet are at a level of pain I have […]

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Waterfall Photography Tips

I found this article on Waterfall tips and wanted to share it with everyone.  Again this comes from the wonderful site www.photographylife.com.  One of the tips that caught my eye that I wish I would […]

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