How to Take Tack-Sharp Action Photos

    You guys know I love taking photos of Miley and Howie running around like lunatics in the backyard. If you’ve ever wondered what the best settings to use to get action photos sharp and in focus were, here’s my go-to recipe for tack-sharp action photos. I use these five simple settings every single time. I still take a lot of […]Read more

Tips for Macro Photography Beginners

      Being curious about how digital cameras can capture macro so easily I investigated the subject. Here are my findings, gained by chatting to the tech expert at a major camera company. Engage macro mode on a digicam and the system adjusts the lens elements to re-arrange them into an array that best […]Read more

What is Macro Photography?

    First, an explanatory note for all those with a modicum of photo history and tech basics: the term macro used to refer to the capture of an insect or whatever, that resulted in an image on the 35mm film frame (24x36mm) that ranged from 1:10 to 1:1 the size of the original subject. […]Read more

Using Social Media to Share Your Travel Photos

    If you look at the history of photography, you’ll find that photos are meant to be shared and to be seen. As a kid, I remember sitting at my grandfather’s house watching slideshows (yes, actually slides) of his photography from all over the world. Now that I’m on my own trip around the […]Read more

Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus edition

        Lomography has just unveiled the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus Edition. Like the regular Fisheye Baby 110, the Bauhaus Edition takes circular fisheye shots on 110 format film. “Red, yellow and blue – three simple colors which fit the Bauhaus Color Theory, decorate the very first tiny Fisheye Baby 110 color clone,” […]Read more