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Photography and the PI

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Photography and the PI

A picture is worth a thousand words. It’s a saying I’ve heard all of my life, and related to for almost as long. As we now find ourselves clearly entrenched in the digital image age, I wonder if the traditional, dedicated camera is on it’s last legs. So exactly what does this mean for photography and the PI? I was a photography buff as a teenager. My first “save up my allowance and odd job money” purchase was a Canon AE-1 SLR. Before that, I used a Kodak Instamatic camera. I had an eye for framing a picture. I saw art in places that others just passed by without...

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12 Days of Christmas Tips – Day 11: Christmas Photo Tips

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12 Days of Christmas Tips – Day 11: Christmas Photo Tips

Taking photos at Christmas time is an age-old tradition. For many people, its hard to get photos that capture the moments. You look at your pictures and they don’t look the way you remember the scene. Let me suggest a couple of Christmas photo tips. Do you take pictures when people are opening their presents? Do you remember happy children and smiling spouses, but your photos show odd expressions, the side of someone’s face, or blurry hands? Try this instead. During the opening of the gifts, don’t take any pictures at all. Their brains are trying to process what’s in...

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