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Need Car Work?

Jeanette Giza

Any organization worth its salt needs and benefits from “new blood” and the Brentwood Photography Group is no exception; fresh faces bring fresh ideas and approaches. I want to tell you about a fresh face now in our midst that just happens to belong to someone whose sparkling personality matches her eyes. I first met … Read more

The 12 Bar Photo Technique

There’s a guy out there by the name of Keith Carter whose work you might want to get to know. He’s an American artist, photographer, and educator who has a way with words. When you have time, watch this 43 minute video on what he describes as the Twelve Bar Photo Technique. It begins with … Read more

Useless Camera Features

Britisher Mike Browne has a recent YouTube video by this title. It is filmed in an environment with which most of us are familiar: the exposition part of a convention/training meeting, filled with displays by manufacturers of camera equipment. The video attempts to point out that, in fact, most of the features on today’s cameras … Read more

Discovering What’s Really Important

Nick Dantona

Today’s blog is NOT about photography; rather, it’s about life…mine and yours, and about how we ought to be living it. It comes to you with the permission of Nick Dantona. Read on. Many of you know Nick. That’s him in today’s image, teaching a BPG roundtable on how to develop an “artist’s statement.” And … Read more

The Smile Says It All

Lou Outlaw

In all my college and university years, I have had frequent conversations with professors but never with one who has had a camera in his hand since he was a kid. But Lou Outlaw got his first at maybe 6 years of age because he was captivated by an adult always bringing a camera to … Read more