Category Archives: How To

There’s a zillion ways to accomplish things related to photography from lighting and capture to digital manipulation. Here’s just one way…

Night skies are fascinating to observe. Even if I can’t identify all the constellations or galaxies like David can. I’m particularly mesmerized by the rings of Saturn when seen through a powerful telescope. And close up images of planets and the colorful swirling nebular clusters posted on Hubblesite.org. They blow me away. There’s a whole […]

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As long as I’ve loved photography, I’ve loved astronomy.  Right now some of the best astrophotography is being taken right on Mars itself by the Curiosity Rover. Not only that, hi-res images are actually available for you to download and play with! I “Like” NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover page on Facebook and saw the image […]

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Here is a tried and true, completely detailed method for managing your photographic digital assets. At 3,000 words it may seem a bit long, but it’s much shorter than reading many of the books on the subject.

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Here’s a simple procedure for using your flash outdoors. Learn how to control the background exposure and the foreground (subject) exposure independently (and easily)!

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