RVA PhotoTips 7 – An Open and Shut Case

As you’ve been following these RV Advisor photo tips, you’ve no doubt noticed the connective tissue of the abiding equation of photography:         LIGHT + TIME + MEDIUM = PHOTO We are deeply into the time portion of the equation for the moment of this article. Phototips 6 touched briefly on the […]

PhotoTips 6 – A Brief History of Time

In our previous PhotoTips discussion introduced you to the concept of light as it pertains to photography. As one of the two main ingredients of the photographic equation, light alone is useless in the endeavor of image creating without its partner in science, TIME. Remember the equation:         LIGHT + TIME + […]

Photo Tips 5 – Introduction to Light

Our next Photo Tip… In the past few articles, we’ve done a deep dive into some pretty heady ideas about composition. We revisited centuries old theories of structure and interpretation. In this episode of RV Advisor’s Photo Tips, we’re going to discuss the simplest concept of all, one that takes us back 13.8 billion years […]

Photo Tips 4 – A New Perspective

That first moment of genius… The idea of freezing and capturing  what the eye sees directly in front of you. A stroke of pure genius. Here we are, over one hundred and fifty years later, with remarkably sophisticated tools that allow us to capture significantly more than what the unaided human eye can see. So […]

Photo Tips 3 – The Golden Ratio

Our last Photo Tip focused on the very beginnings of how to compose photos using the finite frame of your viewfinder. Assembling the contents of a good photo comes down to how you arrange them inside that finite frame we all have within our camera. Now that the basic idea of arranging the elements inside […]

Photo Tips – Introduction to Composition

Every time you point your camera to take a photo, you make a series of choices that define what that photo is. And when you look at that photo 10 minutes, 10 months or 10 years afterward, the choices you made at that moment will make the difference between scrolling right past it in your […]

Photography Tips On the Road

Once you make the decision to live on the road, either for a week at a time, a month at a time, or every day, that decision brings with it a panoramic window to the world around you. At some point, those scenes that unfold in a constantly changing vista are begging to be burned […]