April 5, 2019

Getting Beyond Auto - ISO

Hello and welcome to the third and final installment in the “Getting Beyond Auto” series on my blog. This is a series of articles to help amateur photographers make the best of their cameras, without investing too much time or energy. This seri...

April 3, 2019

“Getting Beyond Auto” Series 

Welcome back to the “Getting Beyond Auto” series on my blog.  In case you missed it, I launched this series of articles to help newer photographers make the most of their cameras, without investing too much time or energy.  This series is e...

April 2, 2019

Quite some time ago I hired a non-photographer to delve into the three main controls in the exposure triangle, and write a full blog post on each topic.  I wanted to have s non-photographer write this, because as an experienced shooter, a lot of information is simply t...

November 18, 2018

Today is an incredibly exciting day!

For so many years, I have been passionate about my love of photography, and being a creative.  We have this incredible community of photographers at the Photographers Cooperative - SO MANY readers, and our passionate writers, and we'...

November 4, 2018

 Yesterday I shot a wedding at 11:30 AM, for all intents and purposes, "high noon."  I needed to figure out a way to capture the wedding party without horrible shadows on their faces, yet I wanted to keep the dramatic sky, and beautiful trees that were in the backgroun...

July 23, 2018

As photographers progress in their hobby/profession, they soon start to recognize that in modern digital photography, half of the job is getting photos right in camera, but the other half is in processing them after capture.  Post-processing includes a massive variety...

July 21, 2018

 This is my first photo using the Wacom Intuos Pro as the editing device.  

This morning I received an Intuos Pro from the great folks over at Wacom.  In a few weeks, I will be writing a full review, but for today, I thought it would be very helpful to just offer u...

July 19, 2018

As a photographer, one of the things I strive to do is to show a part of my world that others would have simply overlooked.  This may be in the form of creative lighting or composition that focuses on a unique perspective or maybe some creative editing.  One of the way...

June 6, 2018

All too often, photography tutorials begin with the exposure triangle: aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. While those three variables are the core of every photo, there’s one technical skill that everyone should master first: how to accurately focus on a subject.

I begin...

March 22, 2018

One of the Photographers Cooperative writers just published a terrific article over on his personal blog.  There is some fantastic wisdom in this little gem!  I'm not going to give too much away, but #2 on his list is very closely related to my wife's job as an Archivi...

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