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Improve your landscape photos with these camera settings
Mistakes: We all make them so let’s embrace them
Why knowing camera settings are helpful
Ten things to consider when setting up your new Sony a7R series camera
Photography 101: What is exposure compensation?
Why EXIF data isn’t that important
Six of the most important tips for new street photographers to know
Easy ways to create bokeh
Quick Tip: Change your camera’s time setting to Standard Time
Knowing the Camera Settings for a Photo Isn’t Really Important

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Why knowing camera settings are helpful

I am an administrator for two Facebook groups — Long Exposure Photography and Long Exposure Creativity. Every once in a while, I see people asking, “What are your camera settings?” Invariably, someone will say, “What does it matter? EXIF settings

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Photography 101: What is exposure compensation?

In this article, I take a look at exposure compensation on digital cameras and how you can take advantage of it to make adjustments when shooting in-camera modes like aperture priority. Many of today’s digital cameras are super smart and

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Why EXIF data isn’t that important

In today’s article, I’m going to discuss why EXIF information is not that important. Before I do that, let’s discuss what EXIF is. What is it, and why do people think it is important? EXIF is an abbreviation that stands

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Easy ways to create bokeh

Bokeh is a word you use to describe the effect of the blur or out of focus background that you get when shooting a subject. Simply put, bokeh is the pleasing or aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus blur in your

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Quick Tip: Match Exposures in Lightroom Classic

Have a series of photographs that have different exposure settings? While synchronizing your develop settings from picture to picture brings over all the adjustments you’ve made, it doesn’t take into account different exposure settings you used while capturing the image.

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Sunrise on a foggy morning in the Everglades.    Low ground fog like this really adds dimension to images, creating scale and a sense of depth.

Photography in the Fog

Fog can be one of the most beautiful weather phenomena, but it can be surprisingly difficult to photograph.  The light levels are misleading and ever-changing, the lack of contrast can make your auto-focus next to useless, and you can end

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Exosure Compensation

Photography 101: What is exposure compensation?

In this article, I take a look at exposure compensation on digital cameras and how you can take advantage of it to make adjustments when shooting in-camera modes like aperture priority. Many of today’s digital cameras are super smart and

Read More
Webp.net-resizeimage (19)

Why EXIF data isn’t that important

In today’s article, I’m going to discuss why EXIF information is not that important. Before I do that, let’s discuss what EXIF is. What is it, and why do people think it is important? EXIF is an abbreviation that stands

Read More
Erin Holmstead Photography-79

Easy ways to create bokeh

Bokeh is a word you use to describe the effect of the blur or out of focus background that you get when shooting a subject. Simply put, bokeh is the pleasing or aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus blur in your

Read More
lr-match-exposures

Quick Tip: Match Exposures in Lightroom Classic

Have a series of photographs that have different exposure settings? While synchronizing your develop settings from picture to picture brings over all the adjustments you’ve made, it doesn’t take into account different exposure settings you used while capturing the image.

Read More
Sunrise on a foggy morning in the Everglades.    Low ground fog like this really adds dimension to images, creating scale and a sense of depth.

Photography in the Fog

Fog can be one of the most beautiful weather phenomena, but it can be surprisingly difficult to photograph.  The light levels are misleading and ever-changing, the lack of contrast can make your auto-focus next to useless, and you can end

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