Monthly Archives: May 2012
Anyone who enjoys hiking in the wild and the National Parks and photography should read this post. Photographer Andrew Kane was following a coyote in the woods of Yellowstone and bumped into a “Canon-fanboy” (by the judgement of many of … Continue reading
The Atlantic has published a photographic essay on Russia’s space program including a few spectacular long exposure images from space. I hope you will enjoy the viewing as much as I did.
Just remember, the camera is only a tool which helps you express yourself through photography. So what is the “best” camera? This question is meaningless IMHO, instead you should be asking yourself what is the best camera for YOU! There … Continue reading
The experience I would like to share with you in this post has been maybe the single most important event that has affected the way I think about photography. Some background first. I started to be excited about photography after … Continue reading
The Luminous Landscape has published an interesting article by Captain Alan Poindexter. The article is a must read when you prepare for your next shooting session … on the orbit! Alan Poindexter was a shuttle pilot on several missions to the … Continue reading