Apologies for the lack of new content lately. This has been a busy month with Spring Break and the quickly-approaching end of the school year, but I hope to have some new ideas, advice, and inspiration up soon! Until then, here's another double-dose of A Year Ago on Boost Your Photography.
- 5 Must-Read Articles on Food Photography. This great compilation post features five incredible articles about food photography that will help you with all stages of the process, from ideas, to set-up and styling, to shooting, to processing!
- GorillaPod Tripod Review. A GorillaPod is a specific type of travel tripod with flexible legs that allow you to pose and place it in many different locations. This post fully reviews my thoughts about my own GorillaPod and highlights common situations when a GorillaPod is an invaluable accessory!
- Make the Shot: droplet refraction. This super-easy technique creates amazing and mystifying photographs. All you need is a piece of glass or plastic, some water, and some colored paper ...
- Travel Photography without the Travel: going local. This post over at Digital Photography School points out how you can practice your travel photography without ever having to leave your home or neighborhood!
- Capture the Seasons: Rephotography. With Spring finally arriving, now is a great time to think about starting a seasonal series. This post offers useful suggestions for choosing an ideal location and making the commitment to return during the course of the year.
- Photography Inspiration: Found Book Poetry. Found book poetry is a truly fun way to create and photograph poems, using only the words on book spines.
- Inexpensive Close-Up Photography: Extension Tubes. This third article in my guest post series on Photokonnexion covering inexpensive options for macro photography. Extension tubes move your camera lens farther away from your camera body, effectively enlarging the subject as recorded by your camera's sensor.
- Macro and Close-Up Photography: Tips and Tricks. This is the fourth and final article in my guest post series on Photokonnexion. It includes an overview of suggestions for depth of field, shooting macro with and without a tripod, and how to combine various methods to achieve super close-in photographic results.
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