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LightCentric Photography · 5d ago

“Going Straight”

In my early days of blogging, I posted a series on “fundamentals” for photographers.  I don’t fancy myself a pro, or necessarily a qualified teacher.  I don’t have “credentials.”  I am self-...
LightCentric Photography · 1W ago

The “Eye Doctor”

LOL.  This one reminds me of trips to the Opthalmologist/Optometrist.  When we were kids, my family always referred to them as the “eye doctor.” :-).  Once again, I have been “playing.”  So ...
LightCentric Photography · 2W ago

It’s Over

This will be my last post here.  I always seem to have a difficult time finding things to write about, especially during this time of year, when here in Michigan, it teases Spring, but then ...
LightCentric Photography · 3W ago

Pushing the Envelope

Some months back, I mentioned “winter doldrums” in my photography. There are, I suppose, all kinds of excuses I could call doldrums (boredom, sameness, lack of ability to travel to “new” pla...
LightCentric Photography · 1M ago

Renditions

Do you have a place or subject (or multiples) that have intrigued you as a photographic venue, but you just haven’t been able to “see” it through the lens the way your mind’s eye does?  A co...
LightCentric Photography · 1M ago

Implausible, Whimsical, Photographs

“Fake” photographs.  Famous Wildlife and Landscape photographer, Art Wolfe found himself in some controversy some years back with the cover of his book “Migrations,” where zebras were digita...
LightCentric Photography · 1M ago

Detours; a Last Look

The last couple posts have treated the concept of “detours” in a literal, or at least near-literal way.  But there is certainly another way to look at the concept.  When we come to a subject...
LightCentric Photography · 1M ago

More Detours

Sometimes photographic “detours” are actual detours 🙂 .  In 2005, my buddy, Rich and I went north to the Michigan Upper Peninsula, to photograph Tahquamenon Falls (purportedly the second lar...
LightCentric Photography · 2M ago

Detours

Whenever possible, I try to carry a camera with me.  Most often, when I plan to shoot, I shoot according to a “plan.”  That doesn’t mean I have an outline, or road map, but I generally have ...
LightCentric Photography · 2M ago

Book Review; Black & White Digital Processing

Creative Black & White; Digital Photography Tips & Techniques – Harold Davis  –  Recommended Black & White Photography; The Timeless Art of Monochrome – Michael Freeman  –  Suggested It has ...