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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Film Photography Post-Processing Tips

Darkroom work is time consuming and labor-intensive, but it’s also one of the most satisfying aspects of film photography. Even though the types of paper available for printing your scanned and digitally processed pictures are excellent these days, they don’t

Pet Photography: Understanding Dog Behavior

This post was excerpted from Pet Photography by Norah Levine. Understanding the behavior of your furry friends leads to great photographs! Consider that as photographers we approach dogs with a giant “eyeball” with equipment, bags and an agenda for them

Dealing with Blur in Macro Photography

From “The Complete Guide to Macro and Close-up Photography”—Available Now! Macro photographs feature depths of field that are especially shallow, which means that focusing precisely and minimizing camera shake are of paramount concern. Even when exercising extreme caution, blur can

Understanding Focus Magnifier on Your Sony a6000

Rocky Nook’s camera guru and #1 best-selling camera manual author, David Busch provides a play-by-play to the Sony a6000’s Focus Magnifier feature! To learn more about this camera, be sure to check out his book, David Busch’s Sony a6000 Guide to

How to Create a Double Exposure With a Flash

Follow these steps to create a double exposure using a flash! One of my favorite techniques for creating a double exposure look is using a flash to illuminate the same subject more than once in the same frame. It’s easy

Fall for These Photography Books!

The season of cozy sweaters, warm socks, and weekends spent lounging by the fire with a great book in hand has finally arrived. Whether you’re a seasoned photographer or just embarking on your photographic journey, this list of books will have