Category Archives: Photographic inspiration

Rainbows…

A couple of weeks ago while we were waiting for hot summer temperatures to arrive, we had a lot of heavy rain which caused flooding in some areas. One evening after the rain just stopped, we saw a beautiful rainbow … Continue reading

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Winter is here – motives for photography are still abundant

Usually we get the first snow at the end of November or beginning of December at the latest. Last year and this year again, winter was in no rush. Two days ago, we finally got a significant amount of snow. … Continue reading

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Excuses, excuses…

I has happened once again, camera manufacturers have announced new models at a Japanese trade show about two weeks ago (beginning of February 2012). This time it seems like the bar has been pushed very high by Nikon with the … Continue reading

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More about photographic vision

Yesterday I wrote about my attempts to find something visually inspiring to photograph during an overcast morning in an area that is very familiar to me. When we travel to places we have not been before, we find lots of … Continue reading

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How to stay photographically creative

This morning I went for my weekly walk from Lexington to Bedford (Massachusetts). This winter has been extremely mild. So far we had only a little bit of snow, which melted each time within a day or tow. To top … Continue reading

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Photography: when to use film or digital

In my last post I promised to write about when I prefer to use digital and film photography, since I see both recording media as equivalent. I want to start this discussion by re-iterating that I use both recording media … Continue reading

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Why film still matters in photography

Recently I came across some photography technique books from 2004-2006, which I enjoyed because film and digital photography were given equal space and considered equal media. This was the time when a lot of professional photographers switched to digital photography, … Continue reading

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About creativity and Fall Crawl Day 5

  As part of the Fall Crawl we will stop by Abby’s blog today at http://dirtontherocks.com/. Abby shares a multitude of different life experiences on her blog, highly recommended. As the title says, I wanted to write a little bit … Continue reading

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Confusion about cameras and other equipment

“What a great camera!” I first heard this at a friend’s wedding over ten years ago. At the time I was one of the (back then) few people who were using digital cameras. I had just captured the bouquet toss … Continue reading

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How to stay creative in photography

It is always a challenge to stay creative in photography, when as photographers we tend to go to the same places all the time, taking the same pictures, using the same equipment. As landscape photographers especially we get (the wrong) … Continue reading

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