Monthly Archives: November 2010

Landscape Blues

All right then, we’ve learned about maximizing depth-of-field (dof) and sharpness in our images, and discovered that many strong dof images are landscapes or other images with a distinct foreground, mid-ground and background.  Now we want to take a look … Continue reading

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How to be Sharp

Picking up where we left off the other day in our search to shoot a photo that has strong depth-of-field (dof) throughout the image AND is tack sharp, we learned about how to maximize dof by using the 1/3-in rule, … Continue reading

Posted in Camera Techniques, Kudos

How to be Strong

Most people who think about an image with strong depth of field (dof) immediately picture landscapes.  Why, because a large number of landscape shots are taken to maximize the dof, that is, the photographer wants to ensure that most parts … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss These Upcoming Events on the Mid-Shore!

It’s mid-November and that’s a ‘BIG’ time in Maryland’s mid-shore area.  Dorchester and Talbot Counties will be alive with various ongoing art events that you won’t want to miss.  This weekend is the Annual Waterfowl Festival in Easton.  There will … Continue reading

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Reflections

Good day, good friends.  Reflections make excellent photographic subjects.  Sometimes, the reflection is included along with the subject; sometimes the reflection itself is the main subject of an image.  People photograph reflections in water, in windows, in chrome, in fact, … Continue reading

Posted in Camera Techniques, Inspiration, My Art