Thinking in Monochrome

Guy Tal

Because it's always more than "just do a quick conversion." What makes a good monochrome image? Guy Tal shares his experience and expertise.
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Making the Image: Kathleen Clemons

Kathleen Clemons

Proving that it's about vision and not the gear, Kathleen Clemons creates exhibit-worthy photographs with both her DSLR and iPhone; does it truly matter which?
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Using the Frame

John Paul Caponigro

The key to successful compositions? Learning to become more conscious of the frame and how to use the forces it exerts on your images.
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The Photographer's Tools

David duChemin

Are the tools of the photographer her language and not the camera itself? David duChemin says yes.
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In Conversation: Sharon Covert

Cynthia Haynes

Sharon Covert's expressive self-portraits are part therapy and part fairy tale, anonymously revealing story slices of her life.
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Mirrors or Windows?

Rafael Rojas

Is photography a reflection of what is seen in mirrors or through windows . . . or both? Rafael Rojas shares his experience.
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F/ The Rules

David duChemin

Rules, schmules. David duChemin on why he thinks we should f-(stop) them more often to hone our craft.
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Drawing the Eye With Selective Focus

Kathleen Clemons

Choosing your focus is one thing; selecting it can produce dreamy results! Kathleen Clemons tells how she uses selective focus in her work, and how you can, too.
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Creating Painterly Images with Movement and Multiple Exposures

Kathleen Clemons

Move beyond the obvious and paint with your camera! Fine art photographer Kathleen Clemons shares her favourite techniques.
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The Power of Photographing Icons

Rafael Rojas

When does a landscape photograph become fine art? Rafael Rojas shares what he's learned.
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In Conversation: Susan Burnstine (Part II)

Cynthia Haynes

Susan Burnstine creates her own cameras to create the images that her dreams are made of.
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In Conversation: Susan Burnstine (Part I)

Cynthia Haynes

Susan Burnstine makes her own cameras and lenses, and what she creates with her handmade gear is what dreams are made of.
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