For those of you that don’t follow me on twitter or flickr, you might not realize that I’m doing a project for the month of October that involves taking and posting a photo every day along with a quick tip. The photos are on flickr, and the tips are being tweeted as well as posted on flickr. If you don’t want to follow daily, just wait until the end of the month, and I’ll post all 31 tips over here.
I had an opportunity to take some Senior Photos this weekend, so I’m busy editing those at the moment… in the mean time, though, it’s been a while since I’ve shared some of my favorite recent photography articles.
- There’s a lot of articles out there telling us what we should be doing as photographers… but here’s some of the things you shouldn’t be doing.
- Neon lights can make for some pretty interesting photographs, and here’s some tips on how to get some good ones (via the Epic Edits facebook page)
- I’m not sure how many of you guys reading this are into both photography and rock climbing, but even if you aren’t, I thought this tips on improving your rock climbing photography were interesting none-the-less.
- I love my two cats just as much as most pet owners love their little furry friends, and if you have some of your own you’d like to get some good photos of, check out these tips for photographing pets.
- Thinking of buying some used gear? Check out this checklist for buying used cameras and lenses on craigslist and tips for buying camera gear on ebay.
- I don’t usually post links to videos, because I usually don’t even take the time to watch them myself, but I found this one on what National Geographic thinks makes a great photo to be really interesting.
- All of these post production tips for striking landscapes can be done in Gimp! Hooray!
- The Senior pictures I just took? He was not a camera-shy guy. But if he was, these tips for photographing a camera-shy guy might have come in handy!
- I am lucky in that I’ve never lost any of my photos by accidentally deleting them, but someone else has, and recovered them – here’s how (for the record, I’ve heard of a couple different programs to use to do this, but I have no personal experience with any of them).
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