Tag Archives: Indiana State Museum

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Travel Photography Tips and Planning

Most people enjoy taking photos of their vacation, something to remember the good times. If you’re a photographer, these go beyond simple snapshots. There are multiple factors to consider if you want to capture travel […]

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Interior Real Estate Photography: 5 Tips for Better Results

Interior Real Estate Photography: 5 Tips for Better Results By now most people realize that a home listing with pictures attracts a lot more attention than one without. Whether it’s a house, an apartment, or a […]

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10 Helpful Tips for Striking Architectural Photography

Architectural Photography Tips Architectural photography is a little like golf as in the ball is just sitting there; it shouldn’t be that hard to hit a good shot! So it should not be hard taking pictures of a […]

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5 Reasons to Start Shooting Night Photography | Nightscapes

Most photographers tend to avoid night photography, unlike me who loves shooting long exposure nightscapes. I find myself thinking a bit more about the desired end image. Since it’s a long exposure and the shutter […]

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Roaming Indianapolis Day & Night | Indiana Architecture | Long Exposure Photography

I know, I know…my first image here is overdone.  Every photographer has taken this photograph before, and I’ve done it numerous times as well.  I can’t help it.  If I’m in the area I will […]

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First Days in Indiana | A Photo Gallery

“Do not be concerned with the fruit of your actions–just give attention to the action itself. Neither failure nor success has the power to change your inner state of Being. You have found the life […]

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An Indiana Thanksgiving

We went to Indy to see the family for Thanksgiving and I was able to get out for a couple of shoots. Still The first time I drove around the back roads a bit and […]

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