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Perspective Change

One of the many things I love about photography is its ability to shift my perspective. But, sometimes, I need to adjust the perspective of my photographs! I take a lot of different kinds of photos.  Mostly, I take candid shots of people and animals, but I also take photos of my friends’ art as […]

The Dangers of Professional Photography

It’s no secret that I’m a contrarian in many ways. I’m an amateur photographer.  And, I’m good at it.  Not great, but good.  I know a lot of photographers who are at all levels of skill and accomplishment.  Many of them are in a totally different place with their photography than me.  I do it […]

Know Your Rights

Know your rights, as a photographer. Yes, you still have some.  I know, from the way people talk about the harassment they get as an amateur photographer in public, you may not think you have any rights left, but you do.  Not sure what they are?  Head over to the ACLU’s website and see their […]

Professional vs. Regular

What makes something “professional”? I refer to myself as an amateur photographer. I have a good, but more economically priced, digital SLR and I often use fully manual settings. I enjoy photography, but it’s probably not ever going to be my bread and butter. I’m okay with that, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t […]


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