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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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Take A Look Beyond Our World

Guest post by Justin McKee I took this photograph explicitly for this post, but when I went out to shoot I didn’t know what I was looking for or what I was going to write about. It’s good to do … Continue reading

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From Oompa Loompas To Frozen Faces

Guest post by Justin McKee White balance. It’s the bane of every point-and-shoot photographer’s existence — well, in some instances. White balance is the reason why some photos turn out way too orange or way too blue. The “balance” part … Continue reading

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Putting It All Together

Guest post by Justin McKee Over the past few posts of mine, we’ve discussed shutter speed, aperture and ISO, as well as how each of these photographic settings individually contribute to a final image. The discussion has even touched on … Continue reading

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A Balancing Act Part 3: ISO

Guest post by Justin McKee Have you ever taken a photo in a place where there is not much light and the photo looks really grainy? By grainy, I mean the photo looks more like a picture of sand than … Continue reading

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A balancing act part 2: Aperture

Guest post by Justin McKee Aperture. It’s a funny word and it’s a photographic feature that photographers worldwide love to utilize to create artistic and aesthetically appealing images. So what is it exactly? A camera’s aperture is entirely inside the … Continue reading

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A balancing act part 1: Shutter speed

Guest post by Justin McKee Fair week in Osceola County, which takes place in late July, is a photo-worthy event. Hundreds of parents go out throughout the week to take photos of their kids showing animals. Most of these parents … Continue reading

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Camera bodies? Lenses?

Guest post by Justin McKee What is this madness?! In this series I’ll touch on manual control, megapixels upon megapixels and lenses that can seemingly see into your soul. Each blog will feature a different aspect of a camera that … Continue reading

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‘Who needs a pricey camera? I’ve got a phone!’

Guest post by Justin McKee Before we dig deeper into basic photography, let’s cover different camera types. This post will cover point-and-shoot cameras and the next one will explain a little more about the ever-pricey DSLR cameras. From then on, … Continue reading

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So, you want to be a photographer?

Guest post featuring Justin McKee For this new year, I thought it would be great to offer you, my lovely readers, a new guest blogger: Justin McKee! You might recognize his name, as he takes about half of the photos … Continue reading

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