One question that I hear debated among the photography community, and that I debate with myself sometimes, is whether or not it is OK to modify a natural environment for a photographic composition. This could mean cleaning up a few leaves, removing some weeds or twigs that are in the way, or even removing branches… Read More Should You Modify Your Environment For A Photo?
I have been in a state lately such that I don’t have a lot to photograph nor do I have a lot of time to do it. The weather alternates from clear blue skies to solid gray overcast. I have also been re-evaluating my photos in terms of composition and thinking about how and if… Read More Rules of Composition
I have been in a quest to understand what makes a good landscape photo. One thing that comes up every where I look is simplicity, or a lack of unnecessary objects in the composition. This could be wayward power lines, tree branches, trash, whatever clutters up a photograph and detracts from the composition. I started… Read More Simplicity