Author Archives: Bill Barber

New ArtFire Collection

I have been included in yet another Collection on ArtFire. Take a look:     Seeing Red Curated By: Floor2atBreck Fine Art Paintings

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Another ArtFire Collection

WOW! Two days in a row I have had an image selected for an ArtFire Collection! Check it out!   A Burst of Autumn… Curated By: Floor2atBreck Vintage Fashion

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ArtFire Collections

One of my images was chosen for a collection on ArtFire:   Silver Crazy Trai… Curated By: JuliesTreasures Fine Art Photography

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Joseph Rainey Park

Below is an image of Joseph Rainey Park in Georgetown, South Carolina. I am sure many folks walk right by and don’t think much about it. But I wondered “who was Joseph Rainey”. Well, read on and soon you will know too! Born a slave on June 21, 1832 in Georgetown, South Carolina, Joseph Hayne […]

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What is Time Lapse Photography?

Time-lapse photography is a cinematography technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured (aka the frame rate) is much lower that that which will be used to play the sequence back.  When you replay this sequence at normal speed, time appears to be moving faster and lapsing. Put simply: We are manipulating time. […]

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Birds in Flight

I often admire beautiful shots others take of birds in flight. To me, an image of a bird flying is much more interesting than a bird standing around in muck. However, photographing birds in flight takes a lot of skill developed from a lot of practice. I need a lot of practice. My skills at […]

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Grand Strand Magazine

About a month ago, representatives from the Grand Strand Magazine contacted me asking for permission to use one of my images in their publication. The image they wanted was a sunset taken on New Years Eve 2013 – the last sunset of the year. We did the paperwork, giving them permission to publish the image. […]

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Grand Canyon

Back in 2009, my youngest daughter was living in New Mexico. We went to visit her and along the way made a side stop at the Grand Canyon. Neither my wife nor I had ever been there before. We viewed it from the South Rim, and every viewpoint was simply “WOW”. Here is one example […]

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Submit a Title

Last night I as playing with some fractals, below is the result! Right now it is nameless. If you would like to suggest a name, leave your suggestion in the comments! Thanks for playing!

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How to Make a Pinhole Camera from a Pringles Can

This adorable young photographer’s name is Fresley, and for a recent science experiment she decided to show YouTube how to turn a Pringles can into a pinhole camera in just over 8 minutes. All you need in way of materials is an empty Pringles can, an X-Acto knife, some opaque tape, wax paper, a pair […]

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