http://www.alanranger.com - A Journey - The Created LifeMy website carries the tag line “CAPTURE LIFE…CREATE A JOURNEY”, this simple statement took some time to arrive at, but at the moment the words came together, in my head, it instantly felt right in my heart too. The phrase belonged to me and reflected not just my photographic vision but, my passage through this life.In my previous post in this series “an introduction” I referred to the self-limiting view that I encounter frequently of, “I want to… BUT I am just not that creative” – I commented about the determination, patience and risk of “failed” images that you have to overcome to move forwards.
http://www.alanranger.com - Sign up for 6 months of on-line photography mentoring with Alan before 15th April 2015 and receive a free gift of your choice worth £25 Choose from: * 4 x Photography Made Easy Pocket Guides * 1 x Camera Sensor Clean * 1 x Monitor/Laptop Colour Calibration
http://www.alanranger.com - Spring will be officially upon us in two weeks, the clocks go forward on 29th March and will hopefully bring some nicer weather with it. Photography, for most, just seems so much more appealing when we don’t have to worry about constant downpours and surprise snow flurries. Even though I know winter has its own charms, I can’t deny that the warmth of a spring morning truly raises my photography spirits.So now that days are slowly becoming warmer, there hasn’t been a better time to get out there and put your photography skills to the test.
http://www.alanranger.com - The art exhibition from artists in Warwickshire is has now come to an end after being extended for an additional week due to demand and popularity. The exhibition was organised at short notice but despite the limited time for artists and people to provide works of art and visit the exhibition it was very popular and well received.
https://ekjeacheblog.com - In traditional photography, ISO (or ASA) was the light sensitivity factor of films. We have all seen these marking 100, 200, 400, and 800 on films before. These numbers basically indicate how sensitive to light that particular film is. The smaller the number, the less sensitivity factor and finer grain in shots. The same way, […]The post Photography Basics: Introduction to ISO appeared first on Ek Je Ache Blog.
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