Favorite Images of 2019: A Retrospective

Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality.Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases some

Favorite Images of 2019: A Retrospective2019-11-07T14:15:58+01:00

Canon EOS R Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality.Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases some

Canon EOS R Full Frame Mirrorless Camera2019-11-07T14:12:53+01:00

Exploring Chichen Itza: Mexico’s Wonder Of The World

Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality.Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases some

Exploring Chichen Itza: Mexico’s Wonder Of The World2019-11-07T13:54:04+01:00

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Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality.Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases some

Quote Post2019-11-07T13:26:13+01:00

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Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality.Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases some

Standart Post2019-11-06T14:17:59+01:00

The Photographer Platform

Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality.Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases some

The Photographer Platform2019-11-06T13:58:03+01:00

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Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality.Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases some

Link Post2019-11-06T12:14:03+01:00

The Desolate Beauty of Greenland

Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality. Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases

The Desolate Beauty of Greenland2019-11-06T07:38:35+01:00

Let Them Know Why

Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality. Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases

Let Them Know Why2019-11-05T13:23:28+01:00

Present Your Work in Style

Often searching out the graphical symmetry in chaos, while still maintaining the personality. Photography is all about light. To let the camera "see" what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls. With too little light, your photo will be too dark. With too much light, it will be too bright. In both cases

Present Your Work in Style2019-11-05T13:15:19+01:00
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