Posts Tagged ‘analog photography’

Another in an ongoing series about commercial photography in the analog age. See other related posts: Making Waves, Making Tracks and Flipping the Switch. What would you do if you needed to create a picture of someone standing on a mountaintop or in an arena filled with spectators? Well, you could attempt to actually take […]


It’s been a while since my last blog, and even longer since I’ve featured any pictures in this blog, so I thought I’d leave the realm of computers and reminisce about analog photography once more. You might remember one of my older blogs where I described the operating principles of single-lens-reflex (SLR) cameras. These are […]


Another in an ongoing series about commercial photography in the analog age. See other related posts here and here. As artists and communicators, we produce our creations using the current tools at hand. What we can create is largely dependent on those tools, but it’s also true that the tools at hand have an effect […]