The Small Things Are What Ruin Your Videos

The Small Things Are What Ruin Your Videos

 "The devil is in the details," as the saying goes. And, indeed, it is, as I learned recently. I have most things organized now for when I want to video record an episode in my basement studio for any of my three series.

Week 3: 2017 52-Week Photo Project

Week 3: 2017 52-Week Photo Project

Week three of this project was rather lackluster as last week's was. I believe I need to pick the themes I select for a week with a bit more thought to what I'll be doing.

Week 2: 2017 52-Week Photo Project

Week 2: 2017 52-Week Photo Project

My second week didn't live up to my first. I didn't take many shots during week one but I was happy with what I got. I took even fewer shots during the past week....

My InstaLesson Project

My InstaLesson Project

Instagram is still a solution in search of a purpose for me. Over the past two years, I have simply been posting my daily photos on my Instagram feed, @billbooz...However, I created another Instagram account with the name @boozphotolearning. This one is a bit easier in that I know I want to post images that help viewers with their photography.

Recording Photography & Technology Tools Episodes

Last Wednesday I took down my flashes and replaced them with my constant light fluorescent bulbs so I could start recording video for a few episodes of my Photography & Technology Tools series.

Week 1: 2017 52-Week Photo Project

Week 1: 2017 52-Week Photo Project

My approach this year to a photography project is to set a theme or constraint for each week and then make images to match that. For my first week, I selected “Many Views of a Book” as my theme to guide my image making. My idea at this early stage of a new approach to a year-long project is to take any number of images during the week around the selected theme

A Little Different Year-Long Photo Project

A Little Different Year-Long Photo Project

2016 was, photographically, a very good year for me...Regarding photography itself, I got really serious about learning how to record video with my Olympus OM-D E-M1 and my iPhone.