If you’re like me, you bring your camera everywhere. Plus, you might not even have much of a choice if you have a mobile phone. iPhones even have two camera! One for selfies, and one for everything else. But to take serious photos, you’ll need to develop an understanding of the sometimes scary ISO and f-numbers. Once you gain […]
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“Photographs are a way of imprisoning reality…One can’t possess reality, one can possess images – one can’t possess the present but one can possess the past.” – Susan Sontag, On Photography (1977) Photography is an outlet for us to both collect and create history. However, photography is changing. We now are filming ourselves nonstop, with Instagram, Snapchat, Periscope, […]
If you could photograph anything, what would you choose? Mountains are ancient, awe-inspiring things. If I could take my camera all over the world, I would head right to the highest peaks all over the globe. Not only are these mountains aesthetically stunning, but people have gathered around epic peaks for millennia for sacred and spiritual […]
Do you find yourself using your iPhone to snap pictures of nearly everything you see? Do you run outside every time the sunsets to capture the perfect moment and share it with your friends? Finding your inner photographer is exciting. However, many beginners find themselves overwhelmed with the culture and community that defines photography, especially […]
In a 1986 book called The Solace of Open Spaces, Gretel Ehrlich declares, “Everything in nature invites us constantly to be what we are.” I’m lucky to live in California. The urban kingdom of LA aggressively crawls into into a steadfast competitor – ancient forces of nature. When you spend just a few hours in the realm of […]
Brendan Taylor Filice has always loved being outdoors. From playing sports, to skateboarding, to taking photos – he thrives outdoors without a question. Visit his bio to learn more about Brendan and his hobbies, interests, and talents that have been inspired by his love of nature!
Stay tuned for some great photos and posts about the outdoors!