By nancie
    In an effort to encourage participation in our HUB Camera Club Exhibits, we are issuing a brief “How-To” video to illustrate assembly of the club regulation frames. Our work of setting up the venues is only half the equation – your participation and the fine work that we produce as a club completes it! The video can be viewed at: See more
    By nancie
    Modern Lens Magazine is written specifically for passionate photo enthusiasts where you can get great tutorials, reviews, and resources from around the globe. See more
    By nancie
    CreativeLive is the world's largest live streaming education website where you can learn new creative & business skills today. Take free live online classes taught by the world's most inspiring instructors in creative topics, including photography, design, craft & more. Start learning today.... See more
    By nancie
    Mike Moats is an international award winning, professional Macro Photographer from Sterling Heights, Michigan. He started shooting as a hobby in 2001 and it quickly grew into a full-time business. His images and articles have been published in multiple magazines, blogs and newsleters. He's won numerous local and international awards, and was asked to join the Fuji Pro Talent Team in 2006, and is a member of Tamron’s “Image Masters”. In 2006, he started offering Close-Up/M... See more
    By nancie
    My name is Roman Kurywczak. I started Roamin’ with Roman Photo Tours a little over 12 years ago for the sole purpose of running boutique instructional photographic workshops. I personally lead all my tours and workshops. I've attended several of his workshops and found him to be patient in his teaching and helpful in making sure you understand what was being taught. You can find him at his website: OR Facebook: See more
  • Nanci Ori Workshops
    By nancie
    Nancy has been affiliated for many years with the Ansel Adams Workshop in California. She is also on the faculty of numerous art centers and museums in New Jersey. In 1990, she established The New Jersey Heritage Workshops, a series of painting and photography workshops, held, each spring in Cape May. And in 1995 she established the New Jersey Photography Forum, which is a group of professional and semi-professional photographers that meet regularly to discuss their work as well as exhibit withi... See more
  • Lens Buying Guide
    By nancie
    Veronica Taylor works with kids who have a fun photography tutorial project due for their technology class. They've been looking for resources to cite and include, and our page has been a big help! She provided the below link to this reference guide that covers everything you need to know about the different types of lenses, focal lengths, aperture, etc. .. LENS BUYING GUIDE The right lens can transform an ordinary, ho-hum snapshot into a memory that lasts a lifetime. If you're still relying... See more
  • Essential Software for Photographers: The Ultimate List (50  Tools)
    By nancie
    As a photographer and a technology person, I hated myself when I was unproductive. For me, "busy" was always the most common word for answering "how are you doing?". I love photography but many times I just couldn't squeeze the time when friends asked me out for shooting. Well, you can say that is an excuse because time is always there. Indeed, time is always there — depending on how you allocate it. As time went on, I've learned that leveraging technology is a good way to not only impro... See more
    By nancie
    Using your own camera, in a local park, Hands on Photography Workshops will show you why your camera works the way it does. In small groups, you'll learn how to "see" over and under exposure in your shots, and how to adjust your Exposure Comensation to make them perfect. You'll learn how and when to use Aperture and Shutter Modes to control how your camera works in a variety of situtations. Bottom line - you'll stop guessing, and you'll be much more confident. We help you REMEMBER how to take ... See more
  • How to Photograph Your Life
    By Admin
    You can take unforgettable photos. And I promise to help you do it. Nick Kelsh loves teaching photography. Sharing what he loves comes naturally. I grew up in Fargo, North Dakota. When I was a boy I wanted to be a magician, a ventriloquist, an astronaut, an actor, an aeronautical engineer, and President. When I was fifteen, I discovered photography and have been a photographer ever since; a good call. I earned a degree from University of Missouri’s School of Journalism and worked for se... See more