Monthly Archives: June 2017

Digital Versus Film Photography

For several years now jewelry making has become my focus. I usually end up making things out of need. I am sure at one point I needed a necklace to go with an outfit and did not have the right item. So off to my studio to find something and create it. Other times people suggest things to me. They assume I can make it, so i do! Sometimes I just go into my studio and start working with different materials and one idea leads to another and something fabulous comes out of it!

You build your tone through your photography. For example dark tones use harsh shadows to portray a sad or empty mood. However, light and smooth textures convey open and spacy feelings.

Another inspiration has always been Victorian pictures. I think the women were so beautiful back then. I try to include them in jewelry as well. I think the really interesting part is that these people are now long gone and they get to live on in my artwork.

Any problems that you might have faced with the multimedia applications of any phone are resolved with this phone with a single key multimedia application of the phone. Press the key located on the left side spot of the phone for starting any multimedia utility. It is an ideal phone with a well distanced keypad, which saves you from troubles like, pressing two buttons at a single time. Make videos of your beloved with VGA video recording at the rate of 30 frames per second. There is a 3.5 mm jack made available along with the phone so that you can connect it any of the PC’s and laptops. Moreover, with such high memory it can take the place of any high definition device like iPod. Store your entire song collection in it.

I think the wide array of items really sets Etsy apart. For my shop I think the exposure is wonderful. Now I have an audience that is worldwide. I have done local craft fairs for years, so this definitely broadens my horizons. I also like the idea of showcasing my items in a place that really supports handmade items.

Well, as great as these cameras are with their automatic settings there is still no substitute for understanding the intricacies of camera settings. How the shutter speed affects the lighting and motion blur or how the aperture affects the lighting and depth of field or how the ISO affects the brightness and graininess of an image.

Long exposures require you to hold your camera perfectly still to avoid blurring. A tripod really helps. If you can’t get your hands on one, you can try bracing yourself against a stationary object like a tree, or a wall.

There has to be a reason why you are shooting the image. Fun, pleasure, recording an event or capturing the emotion of a moment. There is always a reason even if the photographer won’t admit it. There may be times that you just point and shoot without much thought other than, heh I am going to take a photo. But most times you will need to answer this question. The answer to each question will require you to make a decision regarding composition, lighting, exposure or framing. How close you need to get or the angle from which you need to shoot. Be true to yourself and answer this question properly.