How to Shoot Fireworks by Fro Knows Photo

Some very nice tips on photographing fireworks. “I got the chance on July 4th to put into practice the settings that I researched for photographing fireworks. I have to say I had a blast just hanging out, setting up and waiting for the show to start. My goal was to not focus to much on

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Street Photography Do’s and Don’ts

DigitalRev is a website devoted to photography. Besides photography products for sale, there are all types of tips and learning tools available, as well as an online community of photographers. Here is a video where Kai gives a few tips on some “Do’s and Don’ts” when doing Street Photography, with some illustrations below the video.

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Amazing Photos of Very Rare Albino Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

Jan. 27, 2012 — These shots of an extremely rare albino ruby-throated hummingbird were photographed by two Virginia teenagers and two preteens: Marlin Shank, 16, Shaphan Shank, 14, Darren Shank, 12 and Allen Shank, 9. The Shank brothers spotted the rare bird with their father Kevin Shank, who runs Nature Friend Magazine with his wife

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Taos Pueblo NM | Black and White Photography

Taos Pueblo “Place of the Red Willows” On a plaque in the Taos Visitors Center is written: “The oldest continuously inhabited community in the United States has been acknowledged by historians to be our home for more than 1,000 years. They speculate about where we came from, but we already know the answer: We have been here since

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Reflections

Reflections of myself and a building in downtown Albuquerque NM via man made reflective items. Photos of the building reflection taken with a Canon Rebel T2i, others are a combination of stills from a Canon camcorder and an older Olympus point and shoot.  

Rockupy! Albuquerque | Sat. December 3rd, 2011

Rockupy! was a Community Event put on in coordination between Mim: Music is Medicine and Occupy Albuquerque. Rockupy! was designed to bring people together through music, and to provide ways for people to get involved in their community. Rockupy! was a two-day event, spanning from Saturday, December 3rd through Sunday, December 4th. On Saturday, Rockupy!

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Sandia Ranch Sanatorium, an abandoned haunted insane asylum | Vol. 3

Sandia Ranch Sanatorium is one of Albuquerque’s local urban legends. An old abandoned insane asylum which was known for performing lobotomies and using electro-shock therapy is reported to be haunted. Several rumors exist including those of murder in addition to how the staff would store the bodies of the “batched” lobotomies in the crawl space

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Sandia Ranch Sanatorium, an abandoned haunted insane asylum | Vol. 2

Sandia Ranch Sanatorium is one of Albuquerque’s local urban legends. An old abandoned insane asylum which was known for performing lobotomies and using electro-shock therapy is reported to be haunted. Several rumors exist including those of murder in addition to how the staff would store the bodies of the “batched” lobotomies in the crawl space

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Sandia Ranch Sanatorium, an abandoned haunted insane asylum | Vol. 1

Sandia Ranch Sanatorium is one of Albuquerque’s local urban legends. An old abandoned insane asylum which was known for performing lobotomies and using electro-shock therapy is reported to be haunted. Several rumors exist including those of murder in addition to how the staff would store the bodies of the “batched” lobotomies in the crawl space

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Photos taken in RAW format with my Canon Rebel T2i

Just under two months ago, I purchased my first “real” camera… a Canon Rebel T2i. Oh, how I love this camera! I have always been passionate about photography and finally decided to make the move and invest in something more than a “point and shoot” auto-focus pocket-style camera. I am so glad I did… no

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