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Daily Archives: March 1, 2011

Minimalism: Using Negative Space In Your Photographs

Sometimes it’s nice and refreshing to just strip a photo or scene down to it’s absolute bare essentials. Often times, I get too caught up in trying to fill every part of the frame with something interesting. The problem is, sometimes when we try to fill up the entire frame with objects, lines, people, shapes, etc, we actually overcomplicate things and leave the viewer wanting a place to rest their eyes. By James Brandon We also discuss negative space on our Composition and Black and White Digital courses

The Differences Between Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras | Improve Photography

This article is a touch silly but is the basis for endless discussions or even arguments among photographers. My view is that a camera is just a tool and what you do with it is what matters. Slight differences in performance in one area or another make hardly a jot of difference in the end. Naturally being a Canon user I know they are generally better……..pause for argument to brew from Nikon users,  anyway there are some points here……. most of which are well pointless Read more