history of photography
history of photography
Whether you're just starting out in photography or have been shooting for years, finding a beautiful composition can be a struggle. In a presentation entitled "Crush the Composition", world-famous photographer Scott Kelby shares his advice for capturing images that speak to you. There's a little something for everyone here, from a brief, 4 minute introduction to the traditional basics... read more
The annual convention of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) will be held in Atlanta January 10-12, 2016. The speaker list is packed with some of the biggest names in photography, including some of my favorite instructors. Some of the speakers have prior presentations available on YouTube, including the highly recommended videos below. (Click on the title of this... read more
This is a blog that I had written back in August about making the most of what you have when shooting with models and doing photography...
One of the greatest exercises I learned in a college photography class was to shoot close to home. The professor was constantly drilling into our heads to simplify, simplify, simplify. This was a photographer who insisted on carrying around one camera and one lens (no zooms). After spring break, we all returned to class and in typical fashion started pinning our latest assignments... read more
Liquid Crystal Display (See Photo Here) Sometimes you don't have to venture farther than your own backyard to discover an intriguing photograph. The combination of the pattern on the tablecloth, the filtered light with deep, black shadows, along with the remarkable water droplets combine to create an interesting scene. South Florida has had an exorbitant amount of rain... read more
Why shoot film? I've seen this question posted on various photography websites and blogs for a number of years now, and many of these arguments were very well crafted and passionate with sometimes indisputable points for the use of film. I think at this point in time, however, one can argue that there is absolutely no commercial viability to film photography. I feel sorry for the poor but eager... read more
One of the places I shoot from is the third base dugout. You always think safety first.This is a line drive hit directly at me. I...
I started this blog so, that my students and potential students on Wyzant could see my personal photography work on display. I have been tutoring for the last two years and I love it!! But, I have been working as a fine art photographer and writer for over 25 years. I found out today that I cannot show you my photographs on this blog site... I can't upload my images to this blog... read more
This is a brief background video that serves as an introduction to William L. and his unique photographic teaching abilities.
I'm an educator, photographer, family therapist, I enjoy helping others succeed. I look forward to tutoring and getting to know WyzAnt students.
I combined eight subjects to complete a home-shopping website to post online. If you are a business, creative design, or writing student, you may wish to approach your professors to ask if they would give you credit for this website that you create by using the skills you learn from me and utilizing the subjects above. You will be provided with a template that may take you independently too long... read more
Who is Amanda O.? Just another art teacher in Philadelphia? I am indeed an art teacher in the Philadelphia School District, but am so much more than that. While some students have the misconception that teachers just hatch from an egg as is, we know that's not true. I have many parts to me, as I am sure you have to you. I am a world traveler, who loves exploring new places, but also loves home... read more
Practice the fundamentals, read read and read some more, GET CREATIVE, and acquire as much information as you can so you can apply it when the time comes!
Now accepting students all over the NYC area. Looking forward to hearing from all my prospective students! You won't regret it! Best, James
I will come to your house to improve your skills in the tutoring areas mentioned. All you need is the right equipment and/or software and we'll start from there. Life is too short, learn something that you have the desire to learn now. Years of experience in these fields and awards in some of these fields backup for my work. We'll start at the beginning then move along to where you see yourself... read more
My name is Ronald, your tutor! I have a passion for both 35mm photography and teaching photography! I am an expert in this subject and I intend to do my very best in meeting your needs as a student looking to learn and understand the art and science of photography. My goal is meet your expectations, give100% student satisfaction and this, in turn, rewards me with gratification. I am truly... read more
I've completed the move from Charlotte to Tucson, and am mostly settled in. It's a good feeling to have my photo workflow set up and be making photos again. The monsoon weather has made for some amazing images.
My thinking, if a photographer wants to make the best pictures possible, there is only one step. -Get it right in the camera. (Sure there are some whom live and die by Photoshop and multi layered 17 image composite, but that is not most of us) Of course there are issues to consider to make that happen. 1. Exposure. knowing that the camera's light meter is not always accurate one... read more
This video depicts the type of photography I do.