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Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest differences. Then, too, friends are often able to help us expand our horizons. Often something at a special event turns on the proverbial light bulb and leaves us wondering why we had not figured something earlier. We can all appreciate these common experiences. I’ve recognized each […]

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Understanding lines in your photo compositions

There are a few things landscape photographers need to understand about lines as we compose our images. #1 Lines comes in different “flavors”. The most common have to be those of the horizontal and vertical variety. Close to these two has to be the diagonal line. Of course there is also the irregular line and let’s […]

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How important are the lines in your photos?

Have you ever puzzled over the importance of lines in your photograph? Or, perhaps you have struggled to see the lines or to appreciate the important roles they play in your photographic compositions. Whether we’re talking about architectural photography, landscape compositions, abstract images . . . just about any photographic composition really, lines and how to […]

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At what point is a photo workshop really full?

It’s easy to consider a workshop full once we’ve received enough registrations to max-out the capacity of the workshop leader(s) to effectively work with everyone who’s participating. I guess, from one perspective that’s a good measure. There’s another measure that may even be more critical, however, especially participants. That’s the workshop agenda. Now I’m making […]

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