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Choose Your Own Adventure

Kyle McDougall | December 14, 2016

The World Wide Web was created only a short time ago back in 1990. Since that time, to say a lot has changed would be an understatement. I can still remember sitting at my desk listening to the dial-up modem squawk as it tried multiple times to connect to a server. Like with any advancement in time, new technology and platforms are created that are both embraced and criticized.

More recently, social media has without a doubt been the biggest game changer in recent times when it comes to both the way we do business and the way we interact each other. Love it or hate it, it brings with it a lot of opportunities. Never before have we been able to reach an audience so quickly and easily (although you could argue it’s becoming more difficult) and because of that, the ways that we create, share, and socialize are constantly changing.

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Posted In Education

Awareness While In The Wilderness

Kyle McDougall | October 25, 2016

The process versus the experience—it’s a constant battle that many of us photographers face on a daily basis. If I had to pick a clear winner, I would say that often it’s easiest for the process to come out on top, leaving the experience overshadowed and neglected.

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Conquering The Clutter
Tips For Creating Strong Images In The Forest

Kyle McDougall | October 17, 2016

Now that we’re well into the autumn season, I felt it would be appropriate to talk about creating images in the forest during my favourite time of year. Walking into the woods with a camera can be an intimidating endeavor. The best word to sum up what lies in front a photographer’s eyes is “clutter”.

Forest scenes stand on their own in regards to difficulty and execution. There’s often so much going on that it can be challenging to both find a subject and arrange all of the elements surrounding it into a pleasing composition. You really have to dig deep before elements start to reveal themselves. It would be an understatement to say that patience and practice are key!

In this post, we’re going to take a look at a number of techniques and conditions that will help you create stronger images in the forest.

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