Why you use a UV filter

February 21, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
*Viewers note*, this photograph was taken inside of the ice rink arena at the temperature at -7 degrees. The reason why, due to malfunction equipment there was no heat in the seating area. The F-Stop: f/2.8, Shutter Speed: 2000, and ISO: 6400. Now that game was pretty cold regardless being inside. You pretty much relied on body heat from everyone...
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Update - How to handle an unexpected travel change

February 20, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Earlier today, I received an unexpected phone call from my Great Aunt. She has explain to me, she hasn't been feeling well. I felt really bad; because, I am aware about her health. If you are wondering how I am feeling... I'm okay. Just worry about her though. Luckily my cousin Danny has been taking care of her since last year. I was looking forwar...
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The Future of Photographs Handing Down to the Next Generation

February 19, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Hello Everyone! Sorry for the long over delay blog. Been a little busy here, but I will find the time down the road to keep blogging in the future! Anywhoo! Not sure if anyone has ever heard of Jared Polin, a well known photograph in the USA. Last time I knew based out in PA. He host a Youtube channel called Raw Talk. It is a very interesting ch...
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How to handle a snow storm

February 02, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I still can't believe how much snow we got today (2/2/2015) out in Barker, NY! My parents went out of town, so I was kind of to take care of the place. The only downside of course was the unexpected snow storm that came out of nowhere. Even getting up way early in the morning (5am) to check the weather and see how bad it is going to be! The worst p...
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Why you need to throw a little flash in a photograph

January 27, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Believe it or not, having a flash for camera - it does come in handy some times when you are photographing at a dark gym. Not to pick on Oakfield-Alabama school but when you are photographing a sporting event - it is very dark. Lets face it, no one wants a dark photograph to see. You gotta throw some flash in the photograph. Just keep in mind, you...
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