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Getting the Perfect Family and Kid Portraits

<i>All images by Purple House Photography. Used with permission.</i><p>Photographer Dan MacDonald lives the dream of many creatives. He is a stay at home Dad …

Photography

Corked, Cooked, Bretty, Bad: How to Spot 7 Common Wine Flaws

Wine professionals acknowledge that at least 1 out of 20 bottles of wine—perhaps more like 1 out of every 10—is corked. That means flawed. Gone bad. <i>Worthy of a refund.</i><p>Have you opened 10 bottles of wine in the last year? How many have you sent back? Or, better put, how many have you <i>not</i> sent back …

What Did Wine Taste Like Thousands of Years Ago?

Nasty, with underlying notes of totally gross. A typical wine from ancient times would have had a nose redolent of tree sap, giving way to a salty palate, and yielded a finish that could only charitably be compared to floor tile in a public restroom. Unfortunately, outlets like Wine Spectator and …

Top 10 Wine Destinations Around the World

Going wine tasting is a charming way to spend a day or a weekend. It is so enjoyable, in fact, that wine tasting has become a vacation in itself. Wine tourism has increased in the past 10 years and many wineries around the globe now provide exquisite tasting rooms with scenic vineyard views, wine …

How To Tell If Your Wine Is Corked: It's Not Always A Smell

Cork taint is likely the single most <i>preventable</i> wine quality issue in the industry. Mother Nature might assault vineyards with rain, frost and heat but a good winemaker works around climactic whims. All year vines are managed; during harvest equipment is scrupulously cleaned and fermentation …

Poem of the week: Cartography for Beginners by Emily Hasler

Ambiguity and precision overlap in these very personal instructions for map-making<p>I discovered this week's poem – and poet – in issue 76 of Michael Mackmin's influential Norwich-based poetry journal, The Rialto . It was the tone of Emily Hasler's "Cartography for Beginners" that particularly …

Sony Alpha α3000 Camera

The Alpha α3000 is a MILC with entry-level DSLR features. It has a lightweight body with an ergonomic grip, a 20.1mp APS-C sensor, RAW format …

Cameras

Sony Alpha Nex-5T Camera

The NEX-5T is all about convenience. Pair it with an NFC-enabled mobile device to transfer images or control the camera with just one tap. It also …

Cameras

How to Get Stunning Colors in Your Sunset Photography

Nothing makes a sky pop in a photograph the way that a sunset can. Beautiful purples and yellows in a sky are often the result of the setting sun, …

Landscape Photography

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The Basics of Photography: G for Grain

We continue to run down the alphabet of photography terms in our series with G for grain. Grain is something that many film photographers and those …

Useful Photography Tip #67: How to Make Eyes Pop in Lightroom

In portraiture, the focus is on the eyes–quite literally. While it’s a general rule to get the eyes in focus (if anything), what really makes a …