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Mastering the Art of Composition

In Equipment & Technique, Landscapes, Polarizing Filters, Scenes & Scenarios by Ed Heaton3 Comments

Here a just a few brief tips for mastering the art of composition. Composition is the logical arrangement of elements so that their relationship is pleasing to the eye.  The elements are things that make up the scene (e.g. lines, shapes, texture, patterns, colors, tones, light, etc.). Let’s be honest, some people seem to have an easier time with composition.  They appear to be born with an artistic eye or, should I say, an inner vision.  The rest of us …

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Heaven’s Kiss

In Polarizing Filters by Don SmithLeave a Comment

When artists discuss inspiration, oftentimes the conversation involves muses. Webster defines muses as: (Verb) to muse is to consider something thoughtfully. As a noun, it means a person — especially a woman — who is a source of artistic inspiration. In mythology, the Muses were nine goddesses who symbolized the arts and sciences. Today, a muse is a person who serves as an artist’s inspiration. Often filmmakers talk about a certain actor being a muse — meaning the actor inspired …

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Singh-Ray Infused Neutral Polarizer™

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The Singh-Ray Infused Neutral Polarizer enables you to control glare and reflection, while simultaneously boosting shadow detail, local contrast with approximately 8% color saturation of reds, greens, and neutral tones. This will allow you to capture more information in raw.