Category: Still photography

Learning to “see in 3D” to improve 2D photos

Learning to “see in 3D” to improve 2D photos

As a 3D stereographer, I am always aware of the 3D space in front of me. And when shooting 2D, I often wish I was shooting 3D! The key idea, in this linked column, is that by learning to see in 3D, we can improve our 2D photos. You might think “seeing in 3D” is obvious – after all we...

The demographics of camera users

The demographics of camera users

The author, at the link below, notes that those under 30 predominately use their smart phone to take photos. Older travelers use compact point and shoot cameras, and middle aged and older often shoot with higher end DSLRs. One thing I noticed on my trip to the UK , specifically London, was the abundance of cameras. Source: Cameras, Cameras, Everywhere |...

Noise Reduction using Neat Image

Noise Reduction using Neat Image

I took the following photo using a Nikon 1 V2, 1″ sensor camera, at ISO 800. This is a big enlargement of a tiny section of a photo of a Titan II rocket launcher (from underneath). This was a very dark location, in the basement of the Evergreen Aviation Museum building. I processed this image using Neat Image 8, the...

North Korea in 3D Photo Art Exhibit

North Korea in 3D Photo Art Exhibit

CNN report on a photographer’s 3D photo gallery of┬áNorth Korea. Source: 3DPRK: Take a 3D tour of North Korea – CNN.com