Entries for the ‘Perception’ Category

Giant Insect Photos

I”m catching on I finally got my head wrapped around what I need to do to take good macro photos. As I’ve mentioned before, because macro photography generally involves getting the camera lens right up close to a really small subject, there isn’t much available light to reflect back into the camera. This results in [...]

Let’s Talk Lighting

Lighting? What does that have to do with color or perception? Well lots of course, otherwise I wouldn’t be writing about it Light is how we see color in the first place – light bounces off objects and into our eye – and not all lights are made equal. Have you ever noticed the color [...]

Colorblind Colors

Ok, I know it”s spring . . . but I want to write about fall colors. I”ve always felt rather gypped during the fall because I”m colorblind. People make such a big deal about fall colors, and I look at them and wonder what the big deal is. They look brown. And then people tell [...]

What is Colorblindness?

Ok, I’ve been working on this blog for a while now, and it’s supposed to be about photography and perception from a colorblind perspective . . . and I haven’t mentioned a thing about colorblindness yet. So let’s remedy this little problem. Whenever someone finds out that I’m colorblind, the first question I always get [...]

HDR Ice Storm

We got one heck of an ice storm in Cincinnati this past week. Actually, these things are getting to be a regular occurance around here in the winter. Must be global warming or some such thing :p Anyway, as much as I hate the cold, and as much as I hate the way Cincinnati people [...]