Improving Our Photography Online

Two of Four Wings

When everything is getting me down, I take to reading about photography techniques. It’s one of the four most important activities in my life, so I might as well keep learning.


Take Out Your Camera

There are many reasons to bring out the camera. Maybe it’s a special occasion like a birthday, or you are on vacation, even the holidays have everyone pulling out their cameras. But what about those other times? Do you have a reason to take pictures more often. There are many reasons to take out your digital camera daily. Read More

Starlight Effect: Creative Use of Aperture

Ever wondered how photographers make sources of light in photos appear like they’re twinkling? What most pros do is attach a starlight filter which automatically makes points of light flare. You can even twist the filter to adjust the effect much like a polarizer. Read More


Here is Scott‘s A to Z list of photographic subjects. It is obviously not all-inclusive, but it should jump-start your creative eye and hopefully help to get you off the couch and into the field. Happy shooting! Read More

The Canon EOS 450D / Digital Rebel XSi

Canon’s EOS 450D – or Digital Rebel XSi as it’s known in North America – is the company’s latest DSLR and the successor to the hugely popular EOS 400D / Rebel XTi. Announced towards the end of January 2008, just a few days before the annual PMA show, the 450D / XSi features a number of key improvements over its predecessor. Read More

How to Create Multiple Matte Colors for Transparent GIFs in Adobe Illustrator

This simple process allows you to reduce the number of HTTP Requests that your site is making by allowing more than one matte color for GIF images. You can, by adding strokes, make any transparent GIF work in most situations. Read More

14 Timeless Ways to Live a Happy Life

Thanks to Alex Blackwell we have fourteen new ways to keep ourselves happy and carefree … Read More

Kick-start Your Own Business

Steve Pavlina gives some tips on how to kick-start our own business, especially a part-time, home-based business. Read More

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