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Zone System Used mainly by film users. It is a system of defining the relationship between the photographers visualisation of the scene and the final printed results. The system uses a calibrated scheme of light through to dark tonal “zones”. … Continue reading
Our experience is everything. As we learn and gain experience we should also grow beyond just the technical. We might start out with just a technical skill. To please ourselves and our viewers our sense of beauty in photography should … Continue reading
A good measure of your success… The hit rate is something that we often artificially inflate. In fact it is common for learners to have a low hit rate. Knowing how to calculate it can help you understand your improvements. … Continue reading
A new documentary reveals Vivian Maier. A new documentary has been shown on British television. It tells the tale of Vivian Maier. A lonely nanny, she spent most of her career photographically documenting the streets of Chicago in her spare … Continue reading
Visualise the image you want to make. Producing a picture can be as simple as point and shoot or as complex as a long planned production. To produce great images you often have to go beyond an elementary snap-capture. The … Continue reading
Visualisation – a world-class skill anyone can learn. Photographers are distinguished from “snappers” by consistently and deliberately making photos which spark a vivid image in the viewers mind. The photographer relies on a clear image in their own minds to … Continue reading