The Road To Creative Choices

Have you ever sat on a photo for a while? I mean a long while before you’re willing to post. You’re just not sure. You’re stuck on deciding whether the exposure is just right, or whether a FJ Neo 100% color ratio with 100% grain size at 35mm FullAP will work perfectly? Will this be […]

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Wake-Up From Your Data Storage Nightmare (Part 1)

A Quick History Lesson One of the challenges faced by the early pioneers of photography was permanently fixing an image so that it wouldn’t disappear. In the 1830s, English polymath and scientist Sir John Herschel discovered the answer: a chemical called sodium thiosulfate, often referred to as hypo after its original name hyposulphite of soda. […]

5 Photo Projects To Start Today

There are only 2 ways to start the New Year. The first one is to keep doing everything just like you did previous 365 days … or try something new and grow. Projects aren’t meant to be shot in a day. These are designed to be fun and train your eye to see the world […]

The iPhone 7 Plus Update: Important Features for Photographers

For the last 6 years, I have traveled the world using just an iPhone as my camera and only iOS applications to edit my images. Many people have thought I am downgrading my photography. Others have watched my journey from the sidelines. But the brave ones joined me early, finding the possibilities enchanting. From the […]

What You Don’t Understand About Mobile Photography

Editor’s note: Mobile phones often get a bad rap from diehard DSLR users, but for some it’s their only tool they need in their bag, and a powerful one at that! Nettie Edwards gives us a peek into how her focus on mobile photography has shaped her work. Some years back, my brother called me […]