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This review of the Sekonic L-608 from Luminous Landscapes is a bit vintage, but it makes some interesting and valid points about spotmetering. The article chronicles why you should be practicing this art and science today. According to landscape photographer Michael … Continue reading
Sometimes there are good anecdotes about how someone became a professional photographer. This is one of them. John Chapple’s story is human and funny and honest. You could see it as the backstory to a character in a Wes Anderson film. … Continue reading
Growing up in Buffalo, New York, after high school, Kevin M. Connors headed for sunny Arizona State University as a Geology major. He did his graduate work in Education, and tried teaching for a few years. “I needed my job … Continue reading
HDR or High Dynamic Range Photography has been all the rage for the past year or so. There are many new tools available to the photographer to capture and process this type of image, but much of the subject still … Continue reading