Articles For Photographers
California's Central Valley is a great place to shoot migrating waterfowl during the fall and winter (with a camera of course). Join Sue on an impromptu outing in the rain.
Spring flowers just beg to be noticed. Join Sue as she visits a local iris garden.
The Sonoma county coast is a perfect place to shoot rugged coastal landscapes and shore birds. Join Sue as she spends the day at the coast.
Sue shares her tips on how to add multi-colored text to an image using Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.
Sue shares her tips on how to replace a distracting background in an image using Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.
Sue shares her tips on shooting indoor still life photos.
Your closeup subject always looks better when the background doesn't compete with it. A distracting background can turn a great picture into a mediocre one. Here's some tips for handling your image background.
Sue describes how you can add dimension to your landscape photos.
Sue explains hyperfocal distance and provides tables you can use with your camera.
Remember the days of the photo album? Here's a solution that lets digital images out of their cells.
Many people include images with their e-mail messages. These images can boost a message size unreasonably and can make it painful and sometimes impossible for the receiver to download the message.
Flowers provide opportunities to try out many shooting techniques. Sue shares 14 tips on how to vary your flower photos.
Creating a captivating black and white image starts with the photo. Sue shares 4 tips on finding subject matter targeted for black and white.
Many dynamic scenes improve when you add motion to your creative pallet. Flowing water is an excellent dynamic subject. Sue shares 6 tips on smoothing the flow.
Sue shares her thoughts on how you can improve your photography skills by taking a picture