Strong Observational Skills Improve People & Landscape Photos

10th Blog Post, First Published March 27, 2016 as a Newspaper Column. (Photos and possibly an extended text will be added soon). Hi, and welcome back to my “HighLight & Shadow” photo Blog. All of us have seen a lot of photo ops when photographing people in various setting, but we just weren’t ready with our … More Strong Observational Skills Improve People & Landscape Photos

Making the “Art of Observation” a Daily Routine

9th Blog Post, First Published February 28, 2016 as a Newspaper Column. Hi, and welcome to my “HighLight & Shadow” photo Blog. We’ve all had those photo ops when we simply missed capturing “The Shot” of family members, animals or odd phenomenon because we weren’t able to anticipate the opportunity before it happened so the … More Making the “Art of Observation” a Daily Routine

Using Shutter Speed & Aperture to Affect Exposure

6th Blog Post, First Published January 10, 2016, as a Newspaper Column. (This post needs to have the photos and some additional text added and I’lll do that as soon as possible). Hi, and welcome to “(High)-Light & Shadow,” a photo Blog. 2016!! Hope some of you got some great photo equipment for Christmas or other Holiday Celebrations! The … More Using Shutter Speed & Aperture to Affect Exposure

Ways ISO & Shutter Speed Affect Exposure

5th Blog Post, First Published December 27, 2015, as a Newspaper Column. (This post needs to have the photos and some additional text added and I’lll do that as soon as possible). Hi, and welcome to “(High)-Light & Shadow.” When first using a camera with manual or automatic adjustments for ISO, Shutter Speed (and Aperture), one of the first … More Ways ISO & Shutter Speed Affect Exposure