Author Archives: Bruce Wunderlich

About Bruce Wunderlich

Bruce Wunderlich is a photographer from Marietta, Ohio. He became interested in photography as a teenager in the 1970s, and has been a passionate student of the art ever since. Bruce recently won Photographer’s Choice award and Grand Prize at the 2015 Shoot the Hills Photography Competition in the Hocking Hills near Logan, Ohio. He has also instructed local classes in basic digital photography. Check out Bruce’s photos at Flickr

Become color Blind

As I stated in my last post, when color is not the primary feature of your image it can distract your eye from seeing the story and can actually keep your eye from seeing the detail of the image.  If only … Continue reading

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Choosing image for Black and White

Before you decide to convert any image to black and white you must first ask this question. Is the color in this image an important part of its story? If your answer is “Yes” then the image may not be a … Continue reading

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The Golden Spiral

Im sure you have heard of the “rule of thirds”  when you are composing your images, but did you know that there are other composition grids. In Lightroom with the crop tool selected by hitting the letter “O” (not a … Continue reading

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The Power of Red

The color red has a unique effect over any other color. This is the reason why the color red is the most common color used for things like company logos, stop signs and emergency vehicles. The color grabs our attention.  … Continue reading

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Photographing Antelope Canyons

Photography Tips for Antelope Canyons If you are interested in taking quality images in the slotted canyons at Page, Arizona, there are two things you must do: First, schedule photography tours. Though these will cost more, but they’re totally worth … Continue reading

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Add Impact by Finding a New Perspectives

When approaching a scene it is so easy just to stand there and put your camera to your eye and snap a shot. But often the most impact can be made from a different angle. When looking to photograph a scene, look … Continue reading

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Attention Grabber

In the image below,  “Reflections of the Sycamore” I captured the reflection of  several sycamores in the ruffles of a wind-blown lake. But when viewing the image, the refection appears to run off the bottom of the photo. This causes the viewer’s … Continue reading

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