Petapixel offers this piece – The Winners of the 2022 Minimalist Photography AwardsContinue reading “2022 Minimalist Photo Winners”
MakeUseOf (MUD) has an article about eight genres for beginning photographers to consider. Sometime getting back to basics is a good idea. Here’s how it starts…
The article covers: portrait, landscape, food, product, event, street, still-life, and abstract.
Diane Savioli-Chase is exhibiting a series of photographs she’s taken through the years – ice cream cone signs. The exhibit will run through August and into September.Continue reading “Ice Cream Cones”
Here’s a piece from PetaPixel that does a nice job discussing the Blue Hour Time just before or after the golden hour that photographers cherish…
Petapixel does a nice job explaining how digital photography took over and dominated in the newspaper world. From the point of view of a newspaper reporter, we get this insight.
Tools and techniques are covered in this piece from PopPhoto.
DP Review offers this article about HEIF files. If you’ve ever wondered about them, here’s something to help with understanding. It can get a bit technical, but take from it what you need.
According to NECCC – the New England Camera Club Council (VPC is a member) – this year’s conference will be the last in-person one they will hold. It looks like time, and Covid, have taken their tolls.
If you register before June 24th and save up to $40 – their Early Bird rate.
This years lineup has some amazing photographers presenting, including Scott Kelby, Franz Lanting and Billie Wiess.
Here’s an interesting article from PetaPixel about the different types of landscapes. The author suggests there are more. He didn’t mention, for example, anything underwater but he then says he did so because he doesn’t do underwater photography. Makes sense. Can anyone come up with other types? Use comments and tell us about it.