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Understanding Camera Light Meters and Squinting

318 /365 Sometimes it’s very difficult to understand what will make a proper exposure when there are mixed lighting scenarios or ambient settings. Your camera meter is always trying to make the scene 18% gray. Well, what does that mean?? Am I suppose to get out a measuring device and calculate the proper percentage?? Not...

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10 Tips on How to Enjoy a Museum

281/365 Hey everyone, thanks for joining in on today’s article! Also, thanks for all of the continued support! I really appreciate it. Today we are going to go over some of the things I do to enjoy each museum I go to. Just showing up to the museum without preparation can make you miss some...

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Salvador Dali – Modern Masters

259/365 Any Salvador Dali fans out there? Well, whether you are already a fan, or this is your first time hearing his name, prepare yourself to go on a visual trip that will get you inside the mind of this eccentric surrealist artist. I’ve got a great video linked below as well as plenty of...

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A Camera, the Streets, and a Lady

257/365 Hey everyone, today I’ve got a fun little article for you! This is will show you everything you need to know when shooting street photography with your girlfriend. In fact, this works with any significant other, and even dogs too, but for this example, I’ll use my girlfriend and our fun venture into New...

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John Free Street Photography Advice

248/365 Hello everyone! Today we are going to take a look at John Free’s great videos packed with all kinds of street photography tips. The more I dig into street photography techniques and look at other people’s work, the more I want to get out there and apply this composition stuff with the spontaneity of
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Jean-Babtiste Carpeaux – ANALYZED SCULPTURE

229/365 Hey everyone, today we are take a look at Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux amazing sculpture of Ugolino and His Sons, 1860. It’s created after the story of when Ugolino is condemned to die of starvation. His children and grandchildren beg him to eat them so he can survive, but he yields to the temptation. Pretty cool story which you can...

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Street Photography: When to Crop In and Clone Out – Part II

204/365 Welcome back to the continuation of yesterday’s article. Today we’ll be going over more street photography fun and learning when we can clone out some distractions without losing that candid quality we all have grown to love....

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