Category Archives: 1″ Sensor (13.2 x 8.8 mm)

Street Photography in Greece

As a follow up to my recent Images in Greece article, this piece features some examples of street photography done while in Greece. This style of photography by its very nature is a very personal thing. What appeals to one person may leave others scratching their heads. So if you’re wearing a hat…take it off and be prepared to scratch. Continue reading Street Photography in Greece

Images at the Zoo Using Nikon 1 and FT-1 Adapter

Finding ways to grow and stimulate our individual creativity is one of the most important things we can do to advance our skill level as photographers. I gave myself one such challenge and I thought I would share the results of it with you with images taken at the Metro Toronto Zoo. Continue reading Images at the Zoo Using Nikon 1 and FT-1 Adapter

Improving image eye flow by creating corner exits

Back in the day when I was working in corporate life I gained quite a bit of experience creating and managing advertising, usually print based. When we designed ads it became second nature for us to constantly think about fundamental concepts like visual depth, dominating elements, and ad balance. The goal was to achieve good eye flow in the ad. Since leaving corporate life I’ve tried to apply what I learned about advertising design to my photography.
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