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Why You Should Always Carry A Camera

When I was going to school for photojournalism, the importance of constantly having an image-making device prepared to photograph was made very clear. Having a camera always ready means that whenever something happens where you’re at, you’ll be able to document it. I remember biking to class through all seasons and weather conditions, my camera …

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Photographing Architecture (with an iPhone)

A perfect storm descended upon our house, directly into the recesses of my eyes and heart and all other parts of a being used to create. This was a good storm though—a creative storm. Things were calm and good, before it. Things were busy, productive and wonderful after it. My partner had given me the …

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Some Tips On How To Be The Best Photographer You Can Be

The number of images taken each day is in the billions. BILLIONS. Today, I was in a town with a population of 377. By simply observing, I watched as passersby—from kids getting out of school to folks in their golden years—as they took out their phones and captured images. While I watched what was going …

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A Simple Guide to Street Photography

Street photography is easy. It isn’t complicated and you can do it, today even—right now, in fact. Ask 100 photographers what street photography is and you’ll probably receive 100 different answers. To me, street photography is making images anywhere outside. Street photography can include people or not, but it should always be a genuine moment—never …

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Why the 28mm Lens Has Become a Favorite

Most Important Though: Use What You’re Comfortable With Readers, my journey through photographic gear started many, many years ago. Gear can be the absolute kryptonite of creativity so what I’m offering here is a simple observation from my point of view. Take what you can from it but understand that it’s not gear that makes …

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3 Tips to Improve Your Everyday Photography Right Now

Tip #1: Have a Camera On You This should go without saying; but I must say it. If you don’t have any type of camera on you, something amazing WILL happen. A beautiful vista will present itself; an extinct species will be revealed; and/or the moment of a lifetime will transpire. I’m not sure why …

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3 Simple Tips for Street Photography

Chicago, Illinois The gritty and storied streets of Chicago are only five hours away, by car and train, from our front door. Yet, it’s on the extreme other end of the spectrum as far as worlds go. Grit, characters, flashing lights, buildings—so many tall, beautiful buildings—honking and life. Steam and smoke rise out of nowhere …

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4 Tips for Making Excellent Fall Images with an iPhone

Hello Color It’s autumn and as much as the sultry temperatures of summer’s months—and the greenery associated with it—will be missed, it’s an absolutely perfect time to grab our favorite image-making device and head out into the world for fall photography. The colors are changing every day so it’s important to make the most of …

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