Monthly Archives: August 2013

Photography for beginners – Exposure

Finally got to write the next part of the beginners tips. Complicated specially in the summer break, where you have to double for the colleagues on vacation, but here we are. The next part is exposure. I actually started to … Continue reading

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Good picture-bad picture

I’m still a long way to be a real photographer, one that sees a picture in his mind and is able to reproduce it with the camera, but I’m working on that. I’ve seen enough pictures to know what I … Continue reading

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The Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk 2013 Is There!

The “Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk 2013” is there! It’s a great event to have fun, get to know people that like photography as you to (networking is key in this area) and take great shots from your town, … Continue reading

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Focal length and portraits

Escaping a bit of the beginners series, a nice topic that always brings a lot of discussion is focal length and flattering portraits, specially for women. Well, as Britney Spears would say “oops, I did it again”. OK, this is … Continue reading

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