Positive and negative space is an important element to photographic composition. Let’s define positive and negative space and look at examples.
Of these 5 photographs, there’s only 1 that I like – and it’s not the first one. It’s not even the second one. Let’s critique my work to learn about composition and design elements.
Canon cameras have three different Auto Focus modes. Learn which mode to choose when you’re shooting: One Shot v. AI Servo v. AI Focus.
The Sunny 16 Rule is not just a rule for your Grandfather’s generation. Learning these old photography rules will teach you how cameras and exposures work.
What is Archival? Archival paper has to meet standards set by The Library of Congress, International Standards Organization (ISO) and American National Standards Organization (ANSI). It is a permanent, acid-free paper intended for documents of value. The paper must be acid free with a pH of 8 – 9.5. There can be no brightening agents
Archival materials must be used when conservation framing for museums and art collectors. There are official requirements that must be met for materials to be defined as archival. I’ll address that in a later post. Last week, we discussed Archival Linen Tape for attaching mounting and backer boards. This week, we’ll take a look at
Acid-free Linen Tape, with a neutral pH is a necessary tool for any photographer interested in preserving and protecting their photographic prints.
5 Quick Tips to help you improve your photography, no matter your experience level.
Intuition and visualization are key to pursing the decisive moment in your photography. Henri Cartier-Bresson, father of photojournalism, introduced the decisive moment to photography.
Ansel Adams discusses Visualization: The Art of Seeing a Photograph, in these 3 essential steps to making a photograph.