The Number One KEY for New Photographers

When I first began to take photography seriously, I chased gear and shot myself in the creative foot in a myriad of ways. Today, I’d like to save my new and aspiring photographer and film-maker friends a ton of time, trouble and money with the number one key to fast-tracking your shooting game to the next level.

It all starts with one simple question..

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you found the information helpful. Questions or comments? Feel free to leave them below of drop me a line at marksmorrow@gmail.com.

 

Budget Macro – Exploring Reverse Ring Adapters

As with any specialized area of photography, the art of macro photography – that is, making images of objects at a very close range – is in a creative world of its own.

This is true not only in terms of the specialized gear required to tell a story at a true 1:1 scale, but even more so in regard to the patience and practice needed to produce a clear and consistent result.

In this article, we’ll explore a technique known as reverse lens macro and consider one economical approach to producing amazing close-up images by using a simple reverse ring adapter and a manually-operated lens. Read more

October Color Along Paint Creek

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October color along Paint Creek Falls in Montgomery, West Virginia, captured on the commute back to Charleston with friends after a day of shooting at the Bridge Day BASE Jump event in Fayetteville. A tranquil and welcome change of scenery to help wind down a bit from an exciting day of madness at the Gorge. Read more