I recently took this photo in Gloucester, MA. As I was working on the RAW file and zooming in, I discovered that I liked the cropped version, perhaps more than the original. It seems to me that while the original version (shown second, and which is actually slightly straightened and cropped itself) is interesting, the […]
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A few months ago a photo blogger (who will remain unnamed because he has later proven to be quite unfriendly both personally and to his Twitter followers) has a post on his website about marketing tips for photography businesses. One of the tips, in so many words (I’m paraphrasing here): Focus on making a large […]
Cambridge Carnival 2010 in Cambridge, MA: the music, dancing, and vibrant colors of the Caribbean, conveniently found down the street from me today. All of these images were shot using a Canon 50D (60D is current version) with the 70-200mm f/4L IS lens. There is a very recent and timely post on PhotoFocus about photographing […]
Images from a visit to Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts:
Digital SLR Camera Lessons I am offering one-on-one, individual instruction (or small group workshops) in all aspects of digital photography in the Boston and Cambridge, MA area. I will create a unique lesson with you that can include topics such as choosing a new digital SLR or advanced compact camera and related equipment, learning how […]
The Redcoats skirmish with the Colonial militia on Boston Common, as part of Boston Harborfest 2010