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Street photographers use the general public and public spaces as their subject matter. Street photography is closely tied to the spontaneous and unpredictable. It requires more improvisation and intuition to execute than many other types of photography.
This series will to help you decide who you are as a street photographer, what you want, and how you plan to get it. How you handle yourself on the street, your methodologies for taking photographs, and your motives for being there are unique. We encourage you to experiment with a variety of approaches, equipment, and settings until you find what works best for you.
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The great thing about digital photography is you can take lots of photographs without worrying about costs. The challenging thing about digital photography is you can take lots of photographs. Instead of boxes, filing cabinets, and binders spilling a chaos of negatives and prints, we have computers, memory cards, and external hard drives packed full of image bits and bytes.
Organization and sanity are possible. This series will guide you in building and using a powerful system to manage your digital chaos.
- Infrared Photography3 PostsView Learning Guide...
Infrared photography uses wavelengths of light that are usually not part of the visual spectrum. In this series you’ll learn about the infrared choices available, how to take infrared photographs using a filter, how to process your photographs to a high standard and how avoid common mistakes along the way.