Friday, July 30, 2010


Which do you prefer: digital scrap booking or traditional? (If digital please recommend a program)

Monday, July 19, 2010

Start a Photography Hobby...

Obviously...All You Need to Get Started in This Hobby is a Camera...

Photography is a hobby that anyone with a camera can sink their teeth into. It allows freedom of expression in so many ways, that one doesn't have to feel limited or stifled. Nor does it require an expensive camera. Today's digital cameras are not only affordable, but have built-in technology that allows even an amateur photographer to capture quality usable images.
Getting Started in Photography

Before getting started, make sure you have a digital camera that has good megapixel capabilities. 6.0 and up are a good place to start for people new to the hobby. A megapixel refers to the amount of resolution on an image. That translates into more detail in the finished picture, and also gives photographers more room for adjustments when tweaking an image in a digital software program.

(Read more at Suite101: Start a Photography Hobby)

Hobby and an Income?

This article is about photography as a hobby and a potential source of income.
If you are a typical person, at some point in your life, you will have to work. We can safely conclude that a very significant amount of our life time is spent working.

Monday, July 12, 2010


Learn about Nikon Cameras here.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Black and White Photography Tips that EVERYONE can use.

Why learn about black and white photography tips in a world that so emphasizes color? There is an excellent chance that you have never even taken a black and white photograph in your entire life. If that's the case, you're in for a big treat.

In spite of the incredible popularity of digital photography in general, and creating color images in particular, there will always be room for black and white.

The elegance and timelessness of black and white photography ensures its continual popularity. The fact is that more people are becoming interested in black and white photography for many reasons...

* Black and white photography is seen less frequently; hence it is rare - and for that reason alone... it is of interest

* When used "properly," black and white accentuates the depth of the photograph

* Black and white heightens emotional content

* Black and white photography has a tendency to make photos look more like works of art

* Produces a clean, crisp look

* Transforms a dingy or overcast look into a striking photo evoking emotion

Since your current or next digital camera may have a black and white setting on it, let's find out how we can make the most of it by learning some black and white photography tips. Who knows, you could be the next Ansel Adams!

Click here for explanations about:

1. Transform Dull or Drab scenes
into (potential) Works of Art

2. Emotional Scenes

3. Relationship Portraits

4. Dramatic Cityscapes or Architecture

5. Everyday Magic!