The purpose of this article is to explain why the pixel per inch setting you assign your web images is irrelevant, despite that we’ve been told 72 pixels per inch resolution makes your images look best on screen, allows them to load quickly and keeps thieves from making large prints of them.
Today I’m looking back on an article I wrote on using the histogram to help judge good exposure. It’s just as relevant today as it was a few years ago when I originally wrote it.
Photographing oceans has been steadily growing with landscape enthusiasts. The energy and power of the water attracts all kind of photographers. The possibilities of different moods and styles are infinite.With each passing group, ocean images get better and more...