August was a pretty good month. It was my first full month at my new home in San Diego, and I managed to take a few photos, meet some new photographers, and keep up with the blogging. The site is still growing at a steady pace — I thank everybody that has stuck around, and I welcome all the new visitors. Now here are my better articles from August.
- Create Dramatic Images by Shooting for the Sky
Sometimes we forget to look up at the sky while out photographing. Here are some tips for capturing dramatic sky images.
- In Response To My First Photowalkâ€¦
A few notes and tips for future photowalkers and photowalking hosts, based on my great experience on a Santa Monica photowalk.
- Quick Tip: Remember That Your Sensor Is Upside-Down
When you clean you go to clean your sensor, remember that the spots you see on the top are actually on the bottom.
- Get the Most Out of Cropping in Photoshop
Cropping in Photoshop isnâ€™t as boring as you thought. Here are a few tricks for harnessing the full potential of the crop tool while editing your photos.
- Should You Expose For Shadows Or Highlights?
The intent of this article is to provide information that can be used to make decisions about exposure in harsh lighting conditions.
- Quick Tip: Practical Methods for Overexposure
Tips to help you get more comfortable with taking overexposed photos with various types of cameras and settings.
For more of my most useful articles, visit the Roundup topic category and look for the monthly roundups.