Tag Archive: Photograph

Oct 11 2013

How To Photograph A Difficult Subject With LPN!


Last weekend David and I recorded our latest tutorial, “How to Photograph a Difficult Subject” for LearnPhotoNow.   You may have photographed a difficult subject before, like a pet or a screaming child, but a Zombie?  That is a whole different can of worms!  David and I were talking last Thursday about how funny it would be …

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Jul 02 2013

Fireworks Photography

So it is that time of year again, 4th of July, what other way to celebrate our Independence Day than with things that blow up filling the sky with magic beams of light!  It is also a great time to bring your camera with you to capture all of that glory.  Fireworks photography can be …

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Jun 22 2013

Super Moon Tomorrow!

Tomorrow night is the Super Moon!  Apparently it is the closest the moon will be to Earth all year.  What a great opportunity to go out and shoot for the Moon!  Alright, bad pun, I know, but I had to go there. Check out these tips to make shooting the moon easier than ever!   …

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Feb 18 2013

30,000 Foot Photography

When picking a seat on an airplane I will always take the window!  Not only is it the most comfortable spot to sleep, but you can get some awesome shots out that little porthole window. One time I was flying from California to Delaware and  I saw lightning off in the distance.  I really didn’t …

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Jan 21 2013

How to Photograph a Cave

Bridal Cave HDR 1

Last week my wife and I went to the Lake of the Ozarks.  While there we took a stroll over to the Bridal Cave, thank goodness for Grandparents!  It would have been nice to take the wee man with us, but I fear it would have scared him. We had a great tour through the …

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Dec 03 2012

Shoot for the Moon!

We recently had a pretty nice full moon here in the Midwest.  My wife went to take the trash out and quickly notified me of its presence.  I, of course, had to run and get my camera equipped with the 70-300 lens.  I started photographing the moon and realized, these pictures suck!  They were pure …

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