Showcase with photos and info of 22 vintage and antique bellow, folding pocket and box cameras through the ages from 1903 to 1953; including magic lanterns, AGFA, Contessa, Nagel, Coronet, and Kodak.
To our eyes, its horrifying, morbid or down right wrong. Yet in a time when death was common and portraits rare, some families were determined to memorialize their loved ones, dead or alive.
Attention all DIY photography enthusiasts! Ever wondered how to make a light box with paper? This article will show you how to make your own DIY light box in just a few simple steps using only paper.
The free app Sofortbild and a USB cable is all you need to tether and control your Nikon D200 camera from your computer. Preview pictures on a large computer monitor instead of the LCD Display.
Post-Mortem Photography was an important part of dealing with the death of a loved one in the Victorian era. This article explains the fascinating truth behind the photos of the dead.
A collection of interesting facts about the colour/color red.
Several advice on photoshoot poses and best posing hints.
Early spring flowers in southeastern Louisiana bloom in February. Come take a pictorial tour of our backyard habitat along the Tchefuncte River.
Dreamstime.com is a stock photography website where you can earn money from your digital photos you already have on your computer! Read my lens Sell your Digital Photos for more info. Uploading photos at Dreamstime.com...
During the Golden Age a sign over the MGM studios boasted they had "more stars than there are in heaven". Photography of the stars began to change as it moved towards the candid shot which portrayed the personality...