Category Archives: Photography

How I checked my color problem

This removes color guesswork, and it will allow you to quickly apply accurate color to entire shoots with a few mouse clicks. Color will become one of your photographic strengths, and you be able to clear your mind and get back to looking for good moments. Continue reading

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Making pictures with an old lens, Oct. 27: Dumping

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Making pictures with an old Lens, at night

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Making pictures with an old lens

I recently found an old-school lens. It doesn’t have any automated features. The only thing the lens did well at first was fit on my old Nikon camera body. I tested it a few days ago, mostly making a lot … Continue reading

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Roadmap of the American Dream

The lights of Cambridge shift and sparkle behind raindrops on Edwardo’s window as his “American Dream” unfolds like a road map in front of me. Continue reading

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Photographing what you can’t see

I recently got the assignment to photograph a story titled Carcinogens on Tap. The story is about the things in our tap water that might be causing cancer, and those things are measured in parts per billion. That’s a difficult … Continue reading

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Make it look a lot like Christmas (when it’s not snowing)

You’re thinking about light, composition, repetitive motion and the constraints of frame count. On top of all that you have to keep the subject engaged and interested. Continue reading

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