Tag: technique

While I was in Cuba, I experimented with a few camera settings and finally settled on some that were outside of my normal settings. Usually, I have the camera set to focus using a button in the back, rather than the shutter release button. This works well for allowing me to focus on something and recompose without refocusing. However, taking pictures of people on the move, perhaps, is significantly different than taking pictures of a landscape, for example. Also, Peter…

I was quite entertained following this discussion on Chris’s blog, in particular, the discussion between Ray and Chris about pre-visualization and art. On one side, you have Ray K. saying that in order for it be art, essentially, it needed to be pre-visualized, with Chris countering with exploration-as-inspiration. As I do a fair bit of exploration, I wholeheartedly agreed with Chris. I remember writing a post, nearly 6 years ago, it was called: Avoiding First Impressions. I remember mentioning that…