Big City Shooting Challenge – Perspective and Contrast in Chicago

by Melinda Eliza Sabo
( November 19th, 2011 )

On a recent trip to Chicago, I challenged myself to work with contrast and perspective as much as possible.  This challenge led me off the scheduled path a few times (which in my opinion is always a plus) and, in general, lead to a lot more “seeing” and less “looking.”...

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Take Better Photos: How to Shoot from The Heights of Your Imagination

by Melinda Eliza Sabo
( August 10th, 2011 )

Florence, Italy, Brunelleschi, Dome[Brunelleschi’s Dome from the Uffizi Terrace Cafe (standing high up on an sturdy ledge amidst some huge marble flower pots) – Florence, Italy – July 2010]

With my camera packed away, I am an average height …

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Review: Imaging In Italy – Personal Photo Tours with a Former National Geographic Photographer

by Melinda Eliza Sabo
( August 7th, 2011 )

Vatican, Tony Boccaccio, National Geographic Photographer, Imaging in Italy, Saint Patrick's [My Portrait of Imaging in Italy’s Tony Boccaccio at the Vatican – Rome, Italy – July 2010]
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