For most of us, taking photos involves simply pulling our phones out of our pockets and snapping away at what ever interesting thing we’ve found. Cameras on phones have gotten so good they rival the quality of many cameras, so it may seem pointless to shell out hundreds of dollars for a real camera. I
Take a close look at the photo to the left. This is a photo of a beautiful butterfly that I took on a road trip when I first got my camera. I didn’t realize then all the features of my Powershot, and I made one tiny mistake. I forgot to switch it to micro mode.
In the next few months, I’m looking forward to bringing you a section on how to use the “manual” settings on your Powershot SX530 HS. If you’re anything like me, this mysterious setting on the camera is a murky subject at best. Even though I bought this camera specifically because of the manual settings, it
These pictures are free to use on your blog, website, etc. Rules: The photos are free, the bandwidth is not. If you hot-link the pictures, you will discover much to your embarrassment that the picture you are using on your website is suddenly not the one you picked out. If you don’t want an advertisement
It’s already a bit late in the year to be discussing new year’s resolutions, but this is the earliest my schedule would let me post about it. 🙂 This year I thought good and hard on a new years resolution that would be both good for me, and one I can keep. The truth is
James Scott Bell’s Conflict & Suspense is a well written and enlightening book on the bare bones essentials of writing. I opened this book and immediately became enraptured by his easy writing style and great advice. Before I’d even finished the first chapter, my notebook was whipped out and I was making thoughtful edits to