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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Great Advice on Introducing Kids to Photography

Our new book Photo Adventures for Kids: Solving the Mysteries of Great Photos offers kids a fun and engaging intro into the world of photography. But before you and your child begin, consider these notes from author Anne-Laure Jacquart. Consider it an “exploration” rather than

Art for People’s Sake

This passage and images are from More Than a Rock by Guy Tal Art for art’s sake is a philosophy of the well-fed. —Frank Lloyd Wright There is a school of thought in art that rallies behind the banner “art

Getting Feedback and Responding to It

This post was excerpted from The Essence of Photography by Bruce Barnbaum. Photography is a non-verbal form of communication between the photographer and the viewer. If you have nothing to say, nobody is interested in listening. Making meaningless photographs is right on par

Food Photography Shooting Angles and Composition

This is an excerpt from Food Photography: A Beginner’s Guide to Creating Appetizing Images Start Slowly To make getting started easier, I recommend that you practice on still-life subjects—ones that you don’t have to prepare and cook, and that don’t

Lean, Mean Summer Photo Kit

Family vacation to the mountains, weekend getaway at the shore, a last minute business trip… these are some of the activities that put us on the road during the summer. And whether you’re traveling by planes, trains, or automobiles, having