New video to benefit Operation Rainbow. This is from our recent trip to Cuenca, Ecuador. Video produced in collaboration with Josh Levy, with final editing assistance from Amanda Mathson. Like and Share – Operation Rainbow needs it.
Category Archives: Photography
the FACE OF Operation Rainbow This is why we do this. The story behind this little boy is what makes us stop for a second and hold our breath. His name is Roberto, and in the above image he’d been waiting in line in the hospital with his mother and father for 7 hours. With [...]
Mountains are not easy to climb. The summit is not easy to reach. Climbing at high altitude with a heavy pack on your back is in most every way a continually strenuous, at times grueling activity.
What is this term DPI (dots per inch), really? It’s a measure of how many dots will be printed per inch. Keyword: printed. DPI, contrary to many ideas around it, does absolutely nothing when it’s set in Photoshop for images that are displayed on the web. Take a hypothetical image of 100 x 100 pixels [...]
Together, the shutter speed & aperture control the exposure of an image. But what do these two assets of image construction really do?
The same thing. They both control how much light will reach the film (or digital sensor), but they do it very differently.
Think of a water faucet filling a one gallon bucket. To achieve this, you could fill the bucket fast by opening the valve to full. Or, you could fill the bucket, drop by drop, over a long period of time by only opening the valve slightly.