If you’ve taken a photograph at any point since 2004, chances are you have heard of Flickr. Whether shot by professional or amateur, advanced or novice, more than 6 billion photos have taken up residence on Flickr, the Web’s most popular image hosting community. As in any community, no matter virtual or real-world, one of […]
Author: Jason D. Little
Jason Little is a photographer, author and stock shooter. You can see Jason’s photography on his Website or his Instagram feed.
As an unabashed music geek, I am fully aware of the impact of dynamic range as it applies to audio recordings; no matter how great a song may be, I find it slightly more difficult to enjoy when it is poorly recorded. So when I first came into the world of digital photography and noticed […]
On March 14, 2012, Temple University photojournalism student Ian Van Kuyk was sitting on the steps outside his home in Philadelphia, PA when police pulled over a vehicle just a few feet away. Spurred to action by the unexpected event, Van Kuyk began to photograph the scene unfolding in front of him in order to […]
If you’re in the market for a new lens and don’t know where to start on your quest to upgrade your gear, I would suggest reading Jason Row’s excellent article for advice on choosing which type of lens to buy next, where he addresses issues such as primes vs. zooms, focal length, and lens speed. […]
Street photography. Is it as simple as going out into the streets and taking photos? In the narrowest of views, yes. But street photography is regarded by many as an art form; it is the goal of the street photographer to capture humanity at its rawest, most candid moments, unencumbered by the apparent luxuries of […]
Macro photography is often casually referred to as “close-up” photography. While it’s probably a safe bet that no one is going to be shunned by their fellow photographers for tossing around such a loose definition, the classical definition of macro photography is a photograph in which the subject is magnified to life size or greater. […]