| Posts created by Isaiah Burch

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    Steps To Creating Flat Lay Images Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

      Since I began diving into this category and trying to figure out what’s the best approach, or if there’s some best practice in taking good flat lay images, I noticed that there is a particular method, or steps. Some individuals actually begin with a background in mind, then work their way backwards, picking the…

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    Experimenting with My First Flat Lay Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    In this short blog, I wanted to just dive into my first Flat Lay images, without any restraint. I’m not really relying on anything, besides just using my eye and putting together some ideas. I didn’t want to look at any tutorials or how-to blogs or videos yet, because I just wanted to see what…

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    What is Flat Lay Photography? Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    Did you know that the earliest form of “Still Life” paintings were created by Egyptians in the 15th Century BCE? These paintings included various objects like crops, fish, meat and other items that were used in everyday life.    Today in the modern era, Still Life Photography follows the same concept as an artform, depicting…

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    How Can Photography Improve My Graphic Design Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    Did you know that the first selfie ever clicked was taken nearly 175 years ago? A chemist named Robert Cornelius snapped a portrait of himself in Philadelphia in 1839 by setting up the back part of his camera in his family store.   Today, according to research, the average person can take over 400 selfies…

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    Practicing Photography during a Pandemic Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    You know what? This whole Coronavirus situation isn’t any fun at all, from the social distancing, the self isolation, lockdowns, lack of vaccines, health issues, it’s beginning to take a toll on some of us – if not ALL of us in some way. Including us Photographers.    How – you may ask?   Well…

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    Free Nikon Online Courses For Month of April Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    Like everybody else who’s stuck at home right now – I was streaming on my device, flipping through Netflix, Youtube, and Google, when I stumbled upon Nikon’s site and discovered that they’re offering all of their courses for free for April. I had to double check to make sure that I wasn’t seeing things –…

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    Simple Photography Ideas Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    Unless you’ve been living underneath a rock (which there’s nothing wrong with as long as you’re comfortable), you’re probably reading this while you’re stuck at home as a result of current events. Because of the current situation with the Coronavirus, many of us suddenly find ourselves spending a lot more time indoors than we usually…

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    What is Macro Photography? Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    Does size really matter?   One thing that I discovered with Macro Photography, is that it’s all about being small! And small things are what’s important in this form of Photography. But first off all – is it called Macro Photography? Or should it be called ‘Micro’ Photography? I don’t know about everyone else –…

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    Photoshop

    Photoshop 2019 Review Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    Today I want to take a look at Adobe Photoshop, which has become one of the most effective and popular image and vector editing software on the markets, for both professionals and hobbyists.    I started taking up photography almost a year ago and using Photoshop and Lightroom for importing and tweaking my images from…

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    Light Trails in Photography Sept 14 7 S. Broadway

    One of the coolest images that’s always fascinated me in photography are light trails, like below.   At first glance, it looks like a an unknown moving at such a fast speed, or the speed of light (well, not really – but it reminds me of the effect from Star Trek, when the Enterprise travels…

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