The equipment and routine of commercial and resdential real estate photography.

August 21, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
The photographic workflow process, from shoot to finished product. By Mike Kojoori @ (Kojooriphotography.com) Photography Many people question the need for professional photography. Due to their limited knowledge, it is perfectly reasonable to consider this need. From the non-professional’s perspective, any individual is capable of making an i...
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A personal observation of what the function of art is.

July 05, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
I believe that art is a part of metaphysical expression. It is an attempt to grasp at the bits of reality that lies in between the cracks of the understood and described world. It is the exercise in capturing the essence of which we have yet to create words for, and to make it a concrete part of the human experience. We acknowledge that there is a...
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What the histogram on your camera, is and isn’t.

May 31, 2013  •  1 Comment
What the histogram on your camera, is and isn’t. The first thing I want to clarify is the difference between the terminology of prescriptive and descriptive. Understanding this language will go a long way in comprehending the viewpoints I have proposed in this blog. To prescribe something is to make a suggestion or advise on a mode of action. If...
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The Culling process

May 27, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
After having photographed with digital cameras for a number of years, I have found that one cannot determine the subtle qualities of a photograph by a small display on the digital camera. This observation, at first look, sounds self-apparent. But, one does not take the time to reflect on the deep ramifications of these limitations in visual feedbac...
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Photographic opportunites

May 18, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
After photographing for a few years now, I've found that we are surrounded by photographic opportunities. Obviously, there are various genres (Travel), of photography that are more difficult to pursue, and/or require resources or investments in time, or money. But with fine art or street photography, the number of opportunities is proportional to t...
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