Olympus TG-4 – first impressions

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I recently decided to buy a point and shoot camera that could serve as an all-purpose camera for when I didn’t want to lug around my all too heavy backpack full of expensive gear. I set some pretty high standards, and was surprised to find that at least one camera appeared to meet them. But I … Read More

Affiliates needed, earn 20% commission

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www.waltpayne.photography is a new stock photo and print website. There are a wide variety of image types, but especially various types of nature images. There are also a lot of lower resolution images available for use as art reference photos. By signing up and using the affiliate link provided you will get 20% of all referrals. You … Read More

Inexpensive art reference images, and free to teachers

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Are you an artist, or an art teacher, or do you know any of those? If so, please share this post with them. I am still in the process of setting up my stock photo website. I am currently uploading lower quality images (they look good until enlarged too much) that are either not good enough … Read More

More reasons for belonging to Symzio, buying from Symzio

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In my post first blog post I talked about some of the reasons why I am a Symzio member and what that means. In this post I will discuss some of the deeper, more pressing reasons to use the Symbiostock plugin for WordPress, and become a Symzio member, or to buy your images from Symzio members. … Read More

What is HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography?

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Exposure Compensation allows you to compensate for either extremely dark shadow detail, or very bright highlight detail. But what if there is such an extreme variation in light that you can’t balance the two? There is a relatively new art in photography called High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography. It uses multiple exposures taken from the same … Read More

Exposure compensation

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Once you learn how to use them, through practice and experience, Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority Modes give you a much better chance of capturing that perfect photograph. But … they still depend on your camera’s ability to sense the right setting needed. Cameras have become very advanced, computerized devices that are quite good at what … Read More

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