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Posts Tagged ‘technique’

February 18th, 2015

3 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Subject Before You Pull the Trigger

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Coot In Reflection by Jay Goodrich
In May of 2013, the sheer volume of images getting pushed to social media was staggering. The¬†online photography forum Petapixel cited a 60 second video¬†from another online community (BuzzFeed) that highlighted the numbers of what is getting published to the web every 60 seconds. It is completely overwhelming to know that 27,800 images were being …
 
June 22nd, 2012

In The Field Episode 2

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Self Portrait Image Using Singh-Ray Filters by Jay Goodrich
A little something for your weekend viewing.
 
September 19th, 2011

Sometimes We Miss

Posted By Jay Goodrich
The Palouse at Sunset by Jay Goodrich
There are times, when no matter how much experience you have, things do not necessarily go according to plan. This was in fact one of those times. The good thing was that my friend and fellow photographer Gavriel Jecan had as much trouble as I did. Phew! I would have had to bury him in …
 
June 23rd, 2011

Aspen & Lupine Abstract

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Aspen-and-Lupine-Abstract
This is a technique I have been working on perfecting for several years. It involves overlaying two images of different subjects for artistic and abstract qualities. I always do these “overlays” in camera, my Nikon’s allow multiple exposure and image overlay in camera. This shot is a shallow focused image of wet lupines in the …
 
February 5th, 2011

Blurred Motion: Gimmick or Creative Tool?

Posted By Kevin Schafer
Cassowary in rain forest, Australia
At one time, the gold standard of wildlife photography was a perfectly focused image, sharp and crisp, capturing a fleeting moment of nature in exquisite detail. Over the 30 years I have been photographing animals, it has become much easier to capture that kind of image with the increasing accuracy and speed of auto-focus and …