fbpx
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Home Tags Projects

Tag: projects

Astrophotography preparation brings success

Astrophotography is not easy but a little planning goes a long way. Learn the steps needed to get it right on the first try.

Project goals develop photography style

Having photography projects has endless benefits but they are indispensable tools in order to develop photography style. Shooting with purpose motivates, helps photographers figure...

Eight depth cues to enhance composition

Depth cues are perhaps the most impactful visual elements in photography because environmental objects provide viewers with additional context and clear meaning. Newspaper producers...

Public land protection through landscape photography

To care about our natural spaces, people need a connection to them one way or another. The ties between public land and photography are...

How to simulate long exposure with Adobe Photoshop

A simple way to simulate the smoothness of a long exposure using Photoshop is to use a time stack. Instead of one long exposure,...

Series Kickoff: Explore all of Oregon

I am currently working on a project to Explore All Of Oregon. It's ambitious. I'll be gathering content for my photopigs articles along the...

Paranormal investigations mysteriously appear in archives

The following two accounts are documents that editors mysteriously found deep in the photopigs archives. It doesn't seem as though they were distributed for public...

Missing Peeps family discovers violent Peepeepeep tribe

The Peeps family are avid boaters and live in a house on a large lake system in a temperate climate. It is a particularly...

That Abandoned Aesthetic – Part 2

If you missed the previous article on abandoned places, check out That Abandoned Aesthetic Part 1. I cover the challenges of finding good places...

Photography adventures to capture that abandoned aesthetic

Finding and photographing abandoned places can be an adventure. There are known abandoned places, ghost towns or preserved old schoolhouses clearly marked for tourists....