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February 3rd, 2011

Digital Photography Basics: Reading Histograms

Posted By Michael Frye
Understanding how to read a histogram is the best way to judge exposure in high-contrast scenes like this
With this post I’m introducing a new series on this blog. Every month or so I’ll be writing about photography basics like exposure, depth of field, camera settings, or the fundamentals of light and composition. I want to keep the content here relevant for all landscape photographers, not just advanced ones, and help everyone learn …
December 2nd, 2010

Photo Critique Series: “Wild Goose Overlook” by Travis Villa

Posted By Michael Frye
"Wild Goose Overlook" by Travis Villa
Composition and Light This week’s photograph was made by Travis Villa in Glacier National Park, Montana. Travis wrote on Flickr, “This is one of the most spectacular sunrises I have ever seen, complemented by an already beautiful location. I felt very grateful to have a good balance (not too many or too few) of clouds …