Posts in "#WeekendPhotoProject" category

My Homemade Camera by Merle Henkenius

In this special blog post, Merle Henkenius, a veteran photographer, and Rockbrook Camera customer, takes the term “low budget retirement project” to a new level with his handmade 11×14 view camera.

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#WeekendPhotoProject: It’s the little things

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#WeekendPhotoProject: It’s the little things

We know that weekends can be pretty hectic–with Nebraska football and dance rehearsals and all–but how do you capture the little things?

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#WeekendPhotoProject: Photography Reflections

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For this week’s #weekendphotoproject, we’re focusing on photography reflections.

Photography reflections are not easy to capture–especially if your subject is moving or the means for reflection isn’t still. You need to plan, to be creative, and be very patient.

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#WeekendPhotoProject: Negative Space

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For this week’s #weekendphotoproject, we’re focusing on negative space.

Negative space is just that–empty space around an object. When used well, it gives more attention to the subject in the frame. Often times there is contrasting color, which increases the visual impact of the negative space.

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#WeekendPhotoProject: Independence Day

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For this week’s #weekendphotoproject, we’re focusing on Independence Day!

What is the best way to ensure you enjoy your 4th of July weekend? Spend it with great friends, family, food, and fireworks!

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#WeekendPhotoProject: Macro textile

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For this week’s weekend photo project, we’re talking about macro textile photography.

Textiles can make for some incredible macro photography–whether it’s fabric, thread, fiber, and so on. You can use a macro lens or extension tubes to get as close as you can.

We’d love to hear what equipment you’re using to capture your macro textile photography in the comments! Share your photos on social media with the hashtag #weekendphotoproject, and feel free to tag us @rockbrookcamera, too! We’d love to share your photo creations!