Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Spring Roundup

Welcome to the Spring Round Up. This is a chance to look back at the posts from the last three months and catch up on any posts you might have missed.  You can also check out the previous round ups for Spring 2013, Summer 2013Fall 2013, and Winter 2013-2014.

Consider joining in the Boost Your Photography: 52 Weeks Challenge! Our focus for May was on photography basics. In June we will be looking at different composition techniques. Join the Google+ Community to share your weekly photographs and receive feedback.

For Beginners

This is a collection of posts geared towards beginners or those who want to learn to do more with their camera. Many of the 'Tips and Tricks' and 'Inspired Ideas' posts will also be applicable. You can find other posts geared toward Beginners here or in the tab up top.

Shutter Speed:
an overview

Teaching Kids

What the ...
White Balance?

BYP 52 Weeks

Focus on

Deciding Just Where to Focus: Focus Points

Explaining Exposure and
Exposure Compensation

Shutter Speed
Creative Ideas for Shutter Speed
Creative Ideas Using Shutter Speed

Tips and Tricks

Advice for getting the most out of your camera and your photography. You can find more Tips and Tricks posts here or in the tab up top.

Tips to Improve Your Macro Photography

Product Review:
Close-Up Lenses

Macro Fakery:
Background Creation

Product Review:
Light Tent Kit

Focus Stacking for
Macro Photography

Tell a Story with
Easter Photographs

5 Food Photography

Tripod Review

Photographing Architecture
Watch Your Lines

Top Tips for Camera
Memory and Storage

Tripod Review

Inspired Ideas

This is a collection of posts containing ideas, both those that you can implement immediately and those that require a little more time, effort, and potential planning. You can find more Inspired Ideas here or in the tab up top.

Make the Shot:
Water on CDs

Make the Shot:
Droplet Refraction

Master the Heart-Shaped Shadow

Capture a Day
in a Single Image

Better Before/
After Photographs


Guest Posts

During the winter, I became a regular contributor to Digital Photography School. These are my posts that were published over on their site in the last few months.

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