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31 Oct
Web-Slide_2015-Calendars-(Free-Shipping)

That’s right! I’m shipping out quantities of 10 or more Original 2015 Lenspiration calendars for free, from now till the end of the year! It’s one of those special perks for all of you folks who are subscribed to the Lenspiration Updates. Thanks for being a faithful follower! To view your coupon code, go to […]

Everything is in the Editing . . . Almost

14 Oct
1815_Marshville-West Virginia-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 35 mm, 1-80 sec at f - 8.0, ISO 200

I figured I’d better not exaggerate after my last post and added the word “almost” to what’s on my mind to blog about today. There’s a lot more to post-processing than one might first recognize. I went on a morning photo excursion with a friend last week. I’m trying to get to know more photographers […]

Thoughts on Exaggeration

10 Oct
0835_Anchorage-Alaska-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 17 mm, 1-320 sec at f - 5.0, ISO 100

Have you ever exaggerated the amazing story behind a shot? What about exaggerating the Saturation slider? I’m reading an excellent book written way back in 1890 called “Ethics; An Early American Handbook”. A section on “Exaggeration” in the chapter titled “Truth” really made me smile sheepishly and think back to times I have used exaggeration […]

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Instinctively eBook

Before I take any one picture, I take into consideration every single one of the 10 camera settings presented in this little book. Some more often than others, of course, but I still do to take each one into account because they all do something very important in the process of capturing the perfect picture. How well do you know your camera? Do you know how to make important changes well enough to change them without having to give it much thought . . . instinctively? There are millions of books and articles out there on basic photography; there’s an overload of information that can be overwhelming. Let this little book be your field guide. Let it give you just what you need to get started in your quest for learning photography!

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