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One Million Years B.C. (before computers)

It must be hard for kids today to imagine life in the past. When a child is born these days, they often pop out of the womb with an iPhone or Android tablet already in hand. Some enterprising children even manage to Skype or FaceTime from within their mom's bellies. Joking aside, children are often amazed when confronted with the truth of how we, as parents, managed to live without things taken for granted today...

The Early Picture of Photography

Some might argue that photography is a lost art form, while others may say that it has evolved in that it is now a mode of self-expression in which we can all take part. A brief description of three major historical photographic processes will give you insight into where it all started.


The Art of Photographing Kids

I was walking along the street the other day when I saw a mother and her three kids walking along towards me. Suddenly one of the kids – a boy who looked around seven or eight – suddenly shouted 'jump!' and leapt into the air as high as he could. Once he'd made his jump, he just carried on walking, as he had been doing just a few seconds earlier.