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- Tech Note: Choosing Stock Photography for Your Website | As I Found It Blog on Every Photograph Is A Narrative
- Technical Note — Stock Choices | As I Found It Blog on The Creative Eye
- Technical Note — Stock Choices | As I Found It Blog on MVOAT—2 (Revised) Ice Patterns
- Bodlagz on Animal Encounters
- MVOAT—2 (Revised) Ice Patterns | As I Found It Blog on MVOAT—1
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Please note this blog has a new URL it is http://asifounditblog.ca The old address with still work as an auto-forward or redirect. Nothing else has changed. Your comments, ideas, questions and suggestions are still a highly valued and desired commodity … Continue reading
Choosing the right sports image, the one that best meets your needs is just as important as choosing your company name or your logo.
What is it? Why do you bother? Why should I care? Geotagging or Geolocating is the practice of tagging or recording/assigning Global Positioning System (GPS) data to a photograph.
Creating a professional website is very important to any company. The images presented on your landing page are critical in drawing the visitor in. Let’s examine the role of Stock Images in Website design. This bridge is the recently commissioned … Continue reading
Photos are often recognized as a good visual form of communication. We have discussed or mentioned the story telling power of photographs and indeed most graphic art, in many other essays. Every Photograph Is A Narrative, is one that comes … Continue reading
MVOAT means More Variations On A Theme. These patterns are well represented at Ideal Totem, our new sister site dedicated to Textures and Patterns.
In last week’s essay I talked about cropping images for some aesthetic purpose, suggesting we photographers need to do more of it more often. In cropping with a purpose we will briefly examine cropping with some goal or objective in … Continue reading
All to often we forget about cropping our images. I think we would all do ourselves a favour if we did more of it. See more of these wonderful animals in As I Found It’s Birds & Animals Gallery
An amateur photographer I know ask me for some advice on using polarizing filters. I gave a quick answer and since we were both under time constraints I promised to write a blog essay about the subject.