49 responses to “About Enman’s Camera – John Enman’s Blogs

  1. My involvement with photography has been long and, I think, pretty exciting. I have been a working photographer earning my living with different cameras for over 30 years and have been fortunate enough to been given awards for some of my work.

    The study of photography and sharing that knowledge with others has always been important to me, and to that end I have taught photography at several different schools, lectured on photography for many organizations and currently write a weekly newspaper photography column solely for those interested in digital technology.

    Although my experience with photography began at a time ruled by darkened rooms and containers filled with chemicals, I have embraced today’s technology with its abundance of options and amazing control.
    I approach photography looking for new and interesting ways to visually discuss the subjects I select.

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  2. Hi John,
    I just finished reading all of your blogs, and have really enjoyed them! Thank you for all of the usefull information you’ve provided 🙂


  3. thanks for stopping by and liking my post on ‘Looking for the Magic”. I appreciate it when someone with a professional eye enjoys looking at my photos. Your site is very nice. I don’t do a lot of portraits but your shots seem to capture people in the moments of life very well.


  4. thanks for your recent “like” on my post. I enjoyed reading several of your post which have some good information on photography. I found the one on photography on a foggy day very timely since I was looking at fog tutorials this morning. We had some heavy fog and I was wondering what to do to set up my camera for the best shots.


  5. I have been remiss by not expressing to you how much I enjoy your photography and the thoughts that go with it in your posts. I also want to thank you for your nice comments on my blog – I enjoy them very much. I hope you have a nice weekend. 😀


  6. Thank you for visiting my blog, and from reading this I understand I must take a closer look here! I have so much to learn, and as you are a professional I’m grateful to get this chance. However, my work is rather consuming right now, so – I’ll be back!


  7. Thank you for stopping by and liking my post on Kirkstall Abbey – Ruined English Cistercian Monastery. I appreciate a professional eye enjoys looking at my photos. Your site is very nice, also very helpful for new ideas.


      • I will be very happy when you can tell me what you mean about my photos. Maybe about macro or other. Any comments will be helpful and powerful for my next work. Thank you so much.


      • Regarding the Cistercian Monastery. If I insulted you about your photos I apologize. Please excuse me Gabriela.
        I liked your perspective and thought the changing many images to brown or sepia in post production was a good Idea.
        My critique was the lack of sharpness in the images.
        I just assumed you were using a point and shoot camera at the time, that didn’t allow as much control as a DSLR and better quality wide angle lens.


  8. Hello enman. The words that you carry on this day taught me to write more. Even though not all the photos are not mine, as I collected it, it means a lot to me. I whisper it in my heart and created a big world in this blog. I deeply and sincerely giving my thanks to you for the wander you have done. ❤


  9. Hi enman,
    Thank you for following my photography/lyric essay blog http://www.throughharoldslens.com.

    I hope you enjoy your journey.

    To help you launch your travels, I thought you might enjoy a couple of “Quick Links” to a few of my favorites, from over 200 posts, on Through Harold’s Lens:

    “Five Senses” (France)

    “Maiden Mild” (Poland)

    “Shaken! Not Stirred” (Sweden)

    On behalf of the entire Creative Team at Through Harold’s Lens, my trusty sidekick Mr. SLR Nikon, his brother Mr. Pen Pal and myself, we wish you safe travels.



  10. Hello, John! I, too, like to discuss photography but I seldom write anything about equipment or technique. I’m not opposed to sharing information but my original intention was to have a forum to display photos. I see some beautiful work on this site and I’m impressed with your dedication to the craft. I’ll be looking forward to seeing more of your work.


  11. Thank you for visiting my blog and for all your kind words. I love your photos – they all seem to tell a story which makes them all the more captivating.


  12. Thank you for liking my photos, older and newer. Your blog, literary and visual, gave me some inspiration on seeing what the day presents, insights on the art and heart of photography, and memories of producing prints old school. (I’m just working my way through the digital print process.) Wonder what you’ll share next!


  13. Thank you for visiting my blog. I like your very clear explanations of topics in photography. There is so much to learn – and so hard to practice it ! Des.


    • As to your question Photography softly, I hadn’t intended to be a photographer, but along with my course of studies I was talked into taking a photography class. I was already taking a lot of art classes and thought it might be fun. So I proudly will declare that I am not a self taught photographer.
      I was also working as a part time teacher and took pictures of our projects. That turned into a regular thing for my employers and I was offered a job as photographer for the Office of alternative Education.
      Thats a very short version.were it started.
      I also taught photography for about 18 years at a University.
      And managed a Camera store.
      Now retired, I have a small used photo equipment store that I open three days a week.

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