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Susan Kanfer

Stock photography best practices
The Traveling Photographer: Photography from a moving train
Why are there so many lens choices?
Exposure beyond the camera manual
Ten reasons why I love my Fuji X-T3
The Traveling Photographer — Route 66 meets Aurora 2019
The Traveling Photographer: Photographing Route 66
The Traveling Photographer: Driving Route 66, part 2
The Traveling Photographer: Finishing Touches
The Traveling Photographer: Photographing People: Using Flash
The Traveling Photographer: Photographing People: Taking Control of the Light
The Traveling Photographer: Photographing People: Guidelines

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Grand Canyon at Sunset, Arizona

Exposure beyond the camera manual

You reviewed the camera manual and completed an online tutorial. You did everything you thought you were supposed to do. And yet, your photographs aren’t exposed the way you want them to be. When I was a new photographer, shooting

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Ten reasons why I love my Fuji X-T3

My new Fuji X-T3 just arrived. I am so excited. The camera was only just released last week. I have barely used it and I am already “in love.” Of course I am a tried and true Fuji fan, having

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Route 66

The Traveling Photographer: Driving Route 66

Route 66 cut through the heartland of the US, from Chicago to Los Angeles. Known as the “Main Street of America” or the “Mother Road,” it was established in 1926 and became popularized by the Route 66 television show which

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Chinatown, San Francisco-2

How to Create a Shot List for Stock

A shot list is exactly what it sounds like….a list of shots. Seems pretty basic? But how many of you actually make a list of the shots you would like to take, before you leave for your photo shoot or

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Route 66

The Traveling Photographer: Driving Route 66

Route 66 cut through the heartland of the US, from Chicago to Los Angeles. Known as the “Main Street of America” or the “Mother Road,” it was established in 1926 and became popularized by the Route 66 television show which

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Chinatown, San Francisco-2

How to Create a Shot List for Stock

A shot list is exactly what it sounds like….a list of shots. Seems pretty basic? But how many of you actually make a list of the shots you would like to take, before you leave for your photo shoot or

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San Miguel de Allende Main Plaza

Tips For Using A Monopod

Think of the monopod as one leg of a tripod, and your legs as the other two. Your hands and arms provide additional support, keeping the monopod steady. Using the monopod sounds easy, right? But it does take some practice.

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Newfoundland Fishing Village

Lightroom Brushes and Presets by Sleeklens

There are many photo-editing products available for processing images in conjunction with Lightroom. Many of these products are third-party plugins which can be used directly from Lightroom or as stand-alone applications. Other products provide presets or brushes used within Lightroom.

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