In this episode, Jim talks photography for most of the episode, but at the start of the episode he announces Income School, a new website (and podcast!) that he has spent the last several months creating. Income School teaches how Jim earns a living online while working for home blogging and podcasting about what he loves–photography. So if you're interest in starting a blog or earning a living at home, check it out!
What's in this episode
- How do you get a landscape in focus when you have a foreground element close to the camera and a background far in the distance?
- How to pack camera gear for backpacking and you want to have gear accessible but are hiking.
- What focal length is ideal for shooting the moon
- How high or low your tripod should be for shooting landscapes
- and more!
Resources mentioned in this episode
- Jim's doodad of the week: Okay, this one is only tangentially related to photography. It's aText for the Mac, which is a text expanding program that helps Jim's productivity.
- Income School, a new website and podcast about blogging and podcasting to earn a living from home.
- How to connect a camera to an iPad wirelessly using an eye-fi memory card.
- Join the Improve Photography Travel Group specific to the Oregon trip here, or join the group for the Iceland trip here. Photography workshops are really expensive, so I'm going on these trips with readers of Improve Photography all around the world to give you a workshop-like experience for free! It doesn't cost anything to go on a trip with the travel group–just pay for your own travel expenses and come join us.
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