Category Archives: Justin McKee

Creating A Fire Faucet

Guest post by Justin McKee Alrighty, here’s part two of the photo manipulation series. The picture above is very simple to create, but it can be a little tedious to properly make what’s in your head a reality. You’ll need … Continue reading

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Playing With Photo Manipulation

Guest post by Justin McKee This post is the first in a four-part series about photo manipulation. There are a lot more ways to manipulate photographs than the topics I’m going to write about in this series, but we have … Continue reading

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Photography is for the Birds

Guest post by Justin McKee Well, photography isn’t totally for the birds, but I do like to take photos of them from time to time. No, I’m not a birder, but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy trying to get … Continue reading

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Have a blast this year with fireworks photography

Guest post by Justin McKee People love fireworks. They’re beautiful, brilliant displays of light that make everyone gather together and bring smiles to faces already filled with awe at the color and complexity of what is essentially the sky exploding. … Continue reading

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A Lens For The Wild Ones

Guest post by Justin McKee As a user of Canon equipment, I am positively giddy about the camera company’s latest update to an old favorite. Canon has labeled 2014 the “year of the lens,” and it certainly has been an … Continue reading

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Shooting Sports: Staying Ahead Of The Action

Guest post by Justin McKee Sports photography is just good fun. It doesn’t matter what sport you’re shooting — volleyball, basketball, football or tennis — taking photos of athletes on the move requires fast reflexes, patience and knowing what settings … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Camera from the Elements

Guest post by Justin McKee Whether you have an expensive DSLR or a point-and-shoot camera, taking photos during inclement weather can be a huge risk if your equipment is not weather sealed. Weather sealing is a no-brainer for me. I … Continue reading

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Leaving Space for Possibilities

Guest post by Justin McKee This post is going to touch on two topics already covered in previous writings by yours truly; aperture and composition. However, instead of rehashing how to utilize the different aperture settings and principals of composition, … Continue reading

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Skin Imperfections? Bah. Who Needs ‘Em…

Guest post by Justin McKee We all have those days, months, or even years where our faces break out in a flurry of unpleasant skin flaws. This post is going to cover how a photographer would go about fixing those … Continue reading

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Bring Some Holiday Cheer with Your Photography Gear

Guest post by Justin McKee It’s nearly Christmas and I’m sure you’ve all put up your trees for the season. If not, hurry up because this post is going to put those shining Christmas lights to good use. I love … Continue reading

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