Composing a Composite – Cliff Diver

The city of Acapulco, on Mexico’s west coast, has long been a major destination for tourists.  Of all its attractions, perhaps the most famous are the cliff divers at La Quebrada (The Creek), adjacent to the Mirador Hotel.  All members of the...

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Moosaeste (Leica SL, Zeiss Sonnar 2,8/85mm)

Empty Lake

Living in a remote area in southern Germany I like to wander around, first of all by car and the last quarter mile by foot. By scanning the landscape for potential photographs I find myself looking for constellations of simplicity and clarity,...

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Noise, ISO and Dynamic Range Explained

This article examines the noise characteristics of a modern digital camera. The primary spec used to specify the noise performance of a camera is Dynamic range (DR). Most expositions on DR tend to get highly technical very quickly. OK, this article gets technical here...

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Terry Gipson

Creating Photographic Art Has Never Been Easier.

A Point Of View After reflecting on the events at a recent conference I attended, I became aware again of the growing ability to process images quickly.  Adding artificial intelligence-derived elements to one’s images is easily done with selecting and dragging. Copying...

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Photographing Wildlife in Bosque del Apache, NM

There are wildlife migrations in almost every corner of the world. Inevitably, migrations result from the need for herds, flocks, fish and other wildlife concentrations to follow shifting seasonal weather patterns that affect food supply and breeding. Even among insects, there is...

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West Quoddy Head Lighthouse

Photographing Maine

If the contiguous United States were a blueberry scone, Maine would be a crumb on the top right corner, just barely clinging on, begging you to sample it when no one is looking. And, in fact, that experience is analogous to photographing...

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