Hidden Gold – Opening Crocus
I tend to read a lot of blog posts every day, likely too much reading instead of more time spent “doing,” but I enjoy reading what others have to say on some of my favorite sites. One of the sites I enjoy reading is Digital Pro Talk, where David Ziser [...]
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Hidden Gold – Opening Crocus
I often get asked which camera to buy, and practically in the same breath now I also get asked how many megapixels in a camera do I need. There is really no simple answer to this, but typically I try to quickly gauge the needs of the individual I am talking to and make a [...]
I know, it seems backwards that putting more into a camera does not necessarily mean your photos will automatically look better than your typical point-and-shoot variety. This is a common frustration that I hear all the time and truthfully went through myself.
This is not to say you can’t get the perfect exposure and colors that [...]
Being that I enjoy photography, my kids have obviously taken an interest in dad’s hobby. I try to show them things to learn early how to take some better photos, but at times it is difficult to figure out what you can convey to their young minds that will make a difference while also not [...]
Zen Habits has a great article today titled How to Accept Criticism with Grace and Appreciation. This is a concept that is foreign to most people, and difficult at best to do even with criticism is well intentioned. I often try to remind myself that criticism is an opportunity to learn something from [...]
ZenHabits is on my RSS feed list for regular reading. I enjoy their straightforward articles of that fit right into my attempts at “life tips” to better various aspects of your life. Today I read their article titled 16 Tips to Triple Your Workout Effectiveness that I particularly enjoyed and thought you might as well.
Last year I purchased a travel trailer with the intent of getting my family out camping more often. For the most part we have been meeting that intent whole heartedly, and enjoying every minute of it. I grew up in a family that primarily hiked and tent camped, so having an enclosed trailer was a [...]
ZenHabits has a great article titled “How to be a Great Dad” that I read today. Though I think the list is far from complete in all the things you should do, it is a great set of things that any parent should do. Overall the idea of putting your family first and choosing to [...]
I came across a recent article on MSN Money that I thought I would share titled, 15 ways stores trick you into spending. Though we already know many of these ploys used by stores to play on our human nature to their benefit, reading the list was a great reminder.
The latter part of the article [...]
I was reading Thomas Hawk’s blog today, which is part of my daily RSS feed reading, and read his post about the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography. After viewing the link to the photo feature, I felt compelled to share it as well. I dont’ know if I can say it better [...]