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How to Overcome Rejection And Use It To Improve Your Photography

As artists, photographers are bound to face a little criticism and–gasp!–rejection every now and then. While our egos may suffer a bit from negative feedback, there’s no reason you can’t turn it around and use it to improve your photography. We all want our photos to be well received, but it’s not realistic to expect […]


This Awesome Bunch of Photography Links Will Ensure You Get Nothing Done Today

With another wonderful and exciting week behind us in the world of photography, Toad Hollow Photography has been looking in all places online for links to the best tutorials, special features, great photography and interesting blogs to share here with everyone.  This weeks list features a varied group of images and artists, showcasing some of […]


4 Tips to Consider Before Creating Your First Time-lapse

Time-lapse videos are the perfect blend of photography and videography. It takes skills in photography to flawlessly frame and execute each consecutive shot in order to have enough material to create a video. You also need to have considerable knowledge in creating and editing video to really make the magic. Creating time-lapse videos requires skill, trial-and-error (to […]


What is the Perfect Travel Lens?

So before we go to far, if you are expecting the answer to the question this article poses, there isn’t one. If there was, it would be a 14-600mm f2.8 pancake lens with optical stabilisation. Of course that is physically impossible today and probably for a long time ahead. The fact is travelling is hard […]


How to Improve Your Photographs of Water Drops

From a small, transparent glossy circle to a looking glass that reflects surroundings, water drops fascinate photographers and viewers. We see them captured as stills, clear water, colored from the surroundings and reflective of what’s nearby. From macros to telephotos, standard post processing to creative editing, tiny water drops make powerful images. We’ll take a […]

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Looking through the Pandanus

Looking through the Pandanus Palm by monkeykiwi on Light Stalking Tried getting a different perspective on the moored yachts in Deception Bay Australia. Olympus OM-D E-M5 1/800sec F7.1 ISO 200 75mm


Howdy from West Texas

Newbie here… just came across this group of seekers and so far I am definitely impressed. I have loved photography for years. My first “dslr” was a DiImage I found in a pawn shop about 15 years ago. My Idol is my Grandfather, Coy Poe, who was a professional photographer and outdoorsman. He got into […]


senior shoot

CO2A7710.jpg by Don Hyatt on Light Stalking