Archive for March, 2012

Camera ‘Feature Clutter’: How to Avoid the Confusion

Camera ‘Feature Clutter’: How to Avoid the Confusion

All of the features on modern DSLR’s can be confusing and overwhelming–so much so that it’s hard to discern what’s important from what’s not. This is a tale of just such a situation…

Photographing On the Water

Photographing On the Water

It’s taken much too long to work out all of the kinks, but I’ve finally gotten my flat boat up and running–not for fishing, but for photography. Adding a boat to my repertoire of shooting gear is opening up a whole new world of landscape vistas…

Photo Tripods: It’s All About Perspective

Photo Tripods: It’s All About Perspective

I do a lot of my landscape work on tripods: there’s simply no better way to set up and shoot when your exposures tend to be very, very long. But sometimes my normal tripod ‘solution’ can’t do what I need it to do. So then I go to Plan B…