Category Archives: black & white

Who needs flash?

There’s a common misconception that you need lots of light and lots of lighting to take great portraits.  Well, that’s not the case.  Modern cameras have excellent high ISO performance (ISO in photography is a measure of sensitivity to light), so the amount of light you need to get a practical exposure is reduced.  The […]

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Cache and carry?

When I’m not taking pictures* I like geocaching.  For those who don’t know what that is, you can think of it as a high-tech outdoor treasure hunt played with hand-held GPS units (or smartphones).  Someone hides a container at a specified location, you get the co-ordinates from the geocaching website, and then you use your […]

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