The month of June was an interesting one for me — scattered with traveling and exploring new areas of photography. I've also been preparing for some big changes in the month of July, with my new job and a cross-country move. Needless to say, this upcoming month should be a good one, filled with lots of new things to photograph. But this post isn't about July, it's about June — so enjoy some of the more interesting posts from the previous month.
- Photos From the Palouse: An update on my vacation trip back to North Idaho. Photos of some old barns on the Palouse.
- Photographing the People of Monterrey: My first real attempt at people photography during a trip to Monterrey Mexico.
- MORE Equipment Options for Macro Photography: Non-lens related equipment that is commonly used in macro photography. Tripods, flashes, rails, beanbags, reflectors, viewfinders, release cables, pain killers, and more.
- So You Think You Know What An F-Number Is: An explanation of what an f-number really is when it comes to camera lenses, and how itâ€™s different from aperture, f-stop, and diaphragms.
- Quick-Tip: Aperture Bracketing: How to use the aperture priority mode on your camera to bracket your depth of field in a similar fashion to exposure bracketing.
- Quick Tip: Format Your Memory Card: Not all habits are bad. Getting into the habit of formatting your memory card in your camera can help you in the long run.
Happy 4th of July everybody! Be safe, don't drive, eat meat, drink beer, and take some pictures of fireworks!