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Jim Austin Jimages shows how AUTO-ISO plus Manual can be a flexible choice for wildlife photography, and why this 5th exposure mode is an effective approach to better exposures with your DSLR. TOPIC: An Exposure Mode for Wildlife Photography that uses the camera’s Auto ISO setting combined with setting shutter and aperture to manual settings.LEVEL: ..

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I’m A Photographer: Gary Winogrand’s Quotes “When I’m photographing, I don’t see a picture, I see faces.” “The contest between content and form– that’s the problem you state.” “I’m a photographer, a still photographer. That’s it.” “A still photograph is the illusion of a literal description of how a camera saw a piece of time ..

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Facebook is a vast ocean of photographic imagery. Can beginning photographers capture something of value from the depths of this huge social media site? We all have our views on Facebook and how it treats our data and photos. Some say that “people don’t realize that Facebook is a social network, not a diary.” The ..

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Arthur J Ravenel Bridge. Saint Philip’s Church steeple. IN THE OLD CITY Take your camera into Charleston’s old city and stroll along its streets. As you take photographs, imagine the echoes of footfalls of those who worshiped, fought and built their lives in this Holy City. Passing over iconic French Quarter cobblestone streets and walking ..

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Capturing unique experiences is a thrill for any travel photographer, and America’s Oldest City offers special moments for all who stroll its cobblestone streets with open eyes. Saint Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in the USA, is a photographer’s dream. Flagler College and Hotel Alcazar are landmarks on King Street. Plan Your Travel ..

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Grab a camera. Look at its design and horizontal layout. Makes one wonder, were modern cameras designed to make it easier to take mainly horizontal pictures? Isle of Skye, Scotland, all text and photography is (c) Copyright 2019, Jim Austin Jimages.com. Let’s turn things 90 degrees. Why? To portray strength, height, and depth in a ..

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We say a picture alone is worth a thousand words, but is it? Looking at a photo of a moth, we may or may not react, having perhaps seen pictures of moths previously. Nothing new. However, join a quote to the picture and the result changes. By adding a quote to it, the ambiguity of ..

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  There is a handy way to help people relax when taking a photo of them. Touch. “The human touch is that little snippet of physical affection that brings a bit of comfort, support, and kindness.”    Mya Robarts I often ask people to: “Reach out and touch someone you love,” when I’m taking a ..

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          City of Lions Slowly, Saint Augustine, Florida awakens with a roar. Two stone lions guard “the most beautiful bridge in Dixie” at the entrance to the city. Dual brass lion door knockers protect the privacy of old Spanish style homes. As I prowl the streets before a winter’s sunrise, leonine ..

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​​ “Like people, and let them know it,” said Cornell Capa, the Hungarian-born photographer and Magnum photo agency founder, when he was asked for the secret of taking good pictures. Over the winter holidays, spending time with our loved ones, we make priceless pictures. We take them for fun, for sharing, to put into family ..

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