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5 Photo Exercises

Did you get a new camera at Christmas? If you did, maybe you’re still learning just how that camera works.  I know, when I got my first digital camera it took weeks of fiddling around to get comfortable with it.  Not only that, but, since I hadn’t really been a photographer in the first place, there […]

Build-It-Yourself Camera

Sometimes, I think the only way to really understand a technology is to build it from scratch. I’m not sure if that’s really true, or what the folks who created the Bigshot camera had in mind either, but, I have to admit, their product looks like they agree with me. I usually try to avoid […]

Portrait Cropping Guide

More photography links this month. I started this blog, and this entire website, to highlight things I enjoy, things that give me life. I meant that to be writing and photography, and maybe a little spirituality lightly sprinkled through all that.  But, I have to admit, lately, there hasn’t been a lot of time or […]

Light Field Camera

Well, this is interesting… Some time ago, I read about a revolutionary new idea in cameras; focusing after taking the photograph. Having had autofocus occasionally grab the wrong thing in a photo, this idea intrigued me.  The idea that a camera could simply capture all the available light, store it in a photographic format, and […]

Rekindling The Fire

You have got to want it. When I first started writing, that was all I wanted.  It really was.  That was all I really wanted to do and every other thing in my life was just something I had to do to sustain that obsession.  Creating was everything. But, then, as the old, old story […]


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