Photography Exhibit by Ed Snyder Exhibit Location: Mugshots Coffeehouse 2100 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130 Phone: 267.514.7145 (21st and Fairmount, across from Eastern State Penitentiary) **Free Opening Reception: July 9, at 7 p.m.** Ever come across some unexposed expired film? Instead of relegating it to a landfill somewhere, why not shoot it? You may be […]
Spring and summer are the high season for weddings, and if you’re like most people, you’ll be invited to one. God forbid you’re asked to take the wedding photos, as this tends to produce high anxiety in most people–leave that to the pros. However, you might want to just take some snapshots of your own! […]
One of the oldest photographic compositional tricks is to choose your setting and wait for a subject to enter into it. Set your shutter speed, aperture, and focus ahead of time, and just wait for that decisive moment when something enters the frame to complete the picture. You can even mount the camera to a […]
Unless you’re one of the unfortunates who summer where they winter, you’ll go on vacation this year. Simply EVERYONE takes vacation pictures to remember the good times. What kind of camera should you take and how do you ensure getting great shots?
Nothing provides new photographic opportunities better than a change of scenery. If you can’t afford a trip abroad, then a change of season will do. Springtime in the Northeastern United States is a good example. With azaleas, dogwoods, and cherry blossoms in bloom, the world just looks like a better place! And why not capture […]
What IS this creature? And why would someone hold it? Regardless, it makes a fine photo, don’t you think? One of the most common things to do with a camera is photograph your pet. And if you don’t have one, shoot someone else’s pet. Pet photography is easy on one hand, yet difficult on the […]