Sunday, May 24, 2015
This is the fourth of five installments of posts featuring photos I took at Walt Disney World this year. I previously shared my photos of Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, and EPCOT. This post will feature photos of Magic Kingdom (and brace yourselves, because I took a lot!). In the next installment I'll round it up with photos of Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
I've previously posted about my visits to Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom on my most recent trip to Walt Disney World, so today I will share with you some photos from EPCOT.
Saturday, May 2, 2015
I previously blogged about Disney's Hollywood Studios in my first installment of blog posts chronicling my photo adventures at Walt Disney World. In this post, I will share some photos I took at Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
I recently returned from a trip to Walt Disney World, so in this post and forthcoming ones, I'll be showcasing some of my favorite photos from the parks and resorts.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Creative Commons (CC) is an organization founded in 2001 which creates licenses for content creators to apply to their work. These licenses, which vary in the amount of rights they grant users, allow content consumers to redistribute the creative work free of charge without having to seek permission, as long as they give appropriate credit to the creator. As popular as CC has come to be in recent years, it is still largely misunderstood by both licensors and licensees alike. In this post, I'll highlight some of the pros and cons of using CC both as a photographer and as a business or website owner (since I have experience at both ends). I won't explain CC itself in too much depth, so if you're new to the concept, read a little more about the different licenses here.
Sunday, March 22, 2015
It's not often that I shoot a panorama. I prefer to use a wider lens, which is easier and doesn't pose a risk for weird distortion when stitched together in Photoshop. Occasionally, though, I won't have a wide lens with me, or I'll want to capture a scene beyond the capabilities of my widest lens. Panoramas can also be useful in rendering depth of field shallower. Ryan Brenizer is considered by many the pioneer of this type of panorama. Here are my top 10 panoramas.
Sunday, March 15, 2015
From the Archives is a series on my blog where I share older photos I've taken before I started this blog. In the first post, I shared some photos I took at my alma mater, SUNY Oswego. In this second post, I will share some photos I took out my dorm room window during my college years. Some of these you may recognize from the last post, but I'm including them here as well for comparison.