[H]ere are some findings, thoughts and reflexions on having an OMD for 9 months. As you will see our Facebook status is “It’s complicated”
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[T]his is my second review of something that Wayne wrote, the first being Portrait Tips and techniques which I highly recommend. Jump in for the full review.
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 months, 91 posts, one post per day except some Saturdays and Sundays. Here is what I have found out in 3 months of having a photography blog.
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[I] read one of the most ignorant statements about the new Canon mirrorless yesterday. Not that I care about it but the statement was so flabbergastingly ignorant beyond my wildest dream that I wondered if the dude was for real. He was. While one can classify his statement as opinion, it got me thinking about information on the internet: While we do live in the age of information, I belive that we live more accurately in the age of misinformation. Let’s face it, there is a load of junk info out there in the world, more so when it comes to controversial topics like global warming, political stuff, etc.
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[T]oday, thanks to David Hobby, Zack Arias and JoeMcNally, good old natural light portraiture is getting less and less love. Not that there is anything wrong with lit portraits, but it’s simply not my cup of tea, hence the review of this gem of an ebook by fine art portrait photographer Wayne Radford.
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