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Photo of the Week 162

Photo of the Week 162
Hello again photography fans.  It's that day of the week when we give you an exciting gift.  It's time for us to unveil our pick for featured "Photo of the Week."  This week, we've chosen a landscape photograph a bit closer to home than some of our landscape features lately.  We've got a photograph from City of Rocks near Twin Falls.
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Time Stands Still

Time Stands Still Have you ever had one of those mornings where you just know that something amazing is going to happen?  We had one of those recently.  We took advantage of that feeling by taking a trip out to Grand Teton National Park.  Check out what we came back with as a result.
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Regular Vs. Acrylic Glass, What to Use With Your Fine Art

Regular Vs. Acrylic Glass, What to Use With Your Fine Art When you buy fine art photography there are several options for what is called a glazing: the glass in front of the picture designed to protect it from harm.  Now oil paintings often don't get a glazing.  Photography, on the other hand, along with other forms of fine art paintings like watercolor, usually does get a glazing in front. Why is this?  That is what we're discussing here today.
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Photo of the Week 161

Photo of the Week 161
Oh, great, I'm so glad that I looked at my calendar.  Today is Friday.  It's time for us to announce our featured "Photo of the Week" for all of you to enjoy.  So, this week, we've got one out of the wildlife vein for your viewing pleasure.  This wild finch photo is just what the doctor ordered for your productivity break.
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Why Photography is So Expensive

Why Photography is So Expensive "Why do I have to pay $xxxx for that photo?  It's just clicking a button on a camera.  That's way to much money for that."  Many people have this idea about photography: that's it's ridiculously easy so it should be dirt cheap.  They don't understand what really goes into creating a quality photo for display.  Quality photography, no matter what kind, has a high price tag attached to it.  There's no denying that fact.  What many people don't seem to understand is why.  Why is it so expensive just to click a shutter on a camera?  There's a lot more which goes into creating a quality image than just the shutter button.  That's what we're discussing here today.