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What an epic week in the world of photography! The folks at Toad Hollow Photography have been collecting links to tutorials, great photography and interesting blogs to share with everyone, and the result of all that work is this week’s list. We really hope you enjoy looking at the images produced by these great artists as much as the Toad did in bringing them to you.
Check out the Toad’s latest photography adventure as he kicks off his inaugural post for TLC, The Land Conservancy. They are a non-profit, charitable Land Trust working throughout British Columbia focused on preserving the history and heritage of the area. The Toad begins his first assignment with the blog post “A New Beginning” which talks a bit about the group and shares a few details of upcoming posts that were a result of his first photo-shoot working with TLC.
Food For Digital Thought: 101 Things To Know About Photography – Joe Baraban shares an educational and insightful piece here, full of GREAT tips and pointers to give you that little extra edge in your practice.
Shutter Speed Explained: Easy and Simple – a brief but well-written piece detailing the effects of the shutter speed in photography. This article is sure to shed some light on this topic for those who are in process of learning about the 3 keys to photography; shutter speed, aperture setting and ISO.
The Law Of The Light Part II: Lighting People – another brief but highly informative post from Joe Baraban shares some principles in using light for capturing portraits of people. Great article, well worth the short time required to read and absorb it.
Ten travel photography tips that you need to know – Tristan shares a 5 minute video containing some gems for those who are doing or want to do travel photography. Tristan’s videos are typically excellent, and this one delivers some useful insights.
The F.I.L.M. Project, VSCO Film and Lodge No 51 – Jim Denham shares a screencast presentation that shares some tips on using Aperture for image processing. This roughly 10 minute video is definitely well worth the time to view.
Notes from the camera Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 – our very own Tom Dinning (@tomdinning) here on Light Stalking shares a new series of posts and images. Tom has a wonderful and unique way of merging stunning photography with deep and profound words to create an entire vision and message. These are wonderful posts that can each stand on their own, but when taken as a collection deliver a message of importance.