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This is just one of the sample photos from one of my favorite: PHOTOS OF THE WEEK. This particular group of photos had some of the most entertaining of them all, and looking at the stats, this particular week had the second most hits of any of my posted blogs…. ever. It was an amazing group of photos. and you should check this link out again.
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This article titled: “How to establish your Photographic style” was a great article written by Geordie Parkin. It was so well written that I think Fuji Film posted this article on their own website as well. But, it has such great information on how to establish your own style as a photographer…. how to be unique among photographers, so you are not like all the others out there. It has great information and certainly worth reading again.
I hit a nerve with a group of photographers, because there is several groups on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media groups who have been very serious about making black and white photography a real art. And it is true. I had done some research, and some of my favorite photography friends on Facebook were also doing some real good black and white photos as well. So, here is a special post on some real good photographers, who have chosen to keep this art alive and well.
Oh, and by the way, I did a part 2 of ” The art of Black and White Photography” and had a similar response to that one too.
Plan on seeing a Part 3 soon.
Now, I had only been doing my blog about a month and a half, and boom, I went from having about 6 people view my first blog, to over 250 just on this one blog. Wow, was I excited! So, I found out after that, and from other blogs after, that people love their pets. I seemed to always have good results whenever I had posted something about pets or animals. This was a short one and a fun one.
Here is the link to this one:
5 THINGS I WISH I HAD KNOWN WHEN I FIRST STARTED PHOTOGRAPHY: So, the first time I walked into a camera store, and decided I wanted to buy a camera, I wish I had done 5 things before I had purcha…
Decide ahead of time what type of photographer you want to be. A scenery or landscape photographer, a wedding photographer, a portrait photographer,
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There is many different types of photography to get into that you might enjoy. Decide what type of photography you want to do, and that will direct you to the type of lenses, the type of accessories and other equipment you will need to be looking at. Buying a serious camera will never stop with just a basic camera body and lens. If you are planning on getting serious, the extra equipment will need to be added sooner than later.
5- FIND A SOURCE TO LEARN FROM, TO HAVE A MENTOR, WHERE YOU CAN CONSTANTLY LEARN YOUR TRADE.
|Aspens in Winter: by Lanny Cottrell|
So, hopefully this will help you as you decide on your camera or equipment in the future. Don’t make your camera and equipment purchases without doing some research, and I hope you don’t take your friend or relative’s opinion in the decision process. You will feel better if you follow the above steps.
Entertainment & Learning for the Photographer