As You Press The Shutter

As You Press The Shutter

Some Comments On The Thought Process As you press the shutter, what are you pointing your camera at and why?  Regardless of whether it is fast action or on a tripod after deliberation, those are not simply uninformed snap decisions.  What makes...

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Those Who Came Before – Part 2

Those Who Came Before – Part 2

Creativity is perceiving something familiar in an utterly new fashion. Jeffrey S. Kingston Introduction I ended the first part of this essay by talking about the dichotomy introduced by the influence of the photographers that came before me.  This dichotomy can be...

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How Reflections Add Impact To Landscape Images

How Reflections Add Impact To Landscape Images

Iconic landscape images containing reflections are numerous. Aside from the fact that water is a frequent element in many landforms, a major reason why reflection images are popular and often striking is that they are dramatic and graphic. Such images also fall...

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Photographing The World Food Championships

Photographing The World Food Championships

In early August, I had the opportunity to photograph The World Food Championships held in Indianapolis at Ivy Tech Community College. If you are not familiar with the World Food Championships, I highly recommend checking it out.  It’s known as “The Ultimate...

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Silo City Reflections

Silo City Reflections

The year before last I wrote an article for Kevin Raber’s website entitled Silo City Revisited as a follow on to articles by Michael Reichmann and Kevin about photography at the grain silos, elevators and flour mills on the Silo City site...

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