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The Lens Hood — Don’t Be Like This Guy
Creative Uses for a Wide Angle Lens
Using Longer Focal Lengths to Compress and Blur Your Backgrounds
Is it Okay to Buy Used Lenses?
Using A Wide Angle Lens On A Micro Four Thirds Camera
Combining Starbursts and HDR
Wanna Add Pop to your Pictures? Try a Starburst
Summer Fun — Photofocus Podcast with Scott Bourne and Rich Harrington
How to Remove Distortion From Wide Angle Photos
Want great shots? Make sure you have at least one prime lens.
Want Better Photos or Video? Avoid Lens Flares
Removing Distortion From Your Photos In Photoshop

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Is it Okay to Buy Used Lenses?

As I build out my camera kit, I find myself wanting to expand my options. There is absolutely nothing wrong with using used lenses. With a few caveats… Buy them from a reputable vendor or someone you know. Inspect the

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Using HDR in the image below allowed me to reveal the details of the machinery as well as the colors of the sky.
I shot the image using 14-24mm lens at f/11.

Combining Starbursts and HDR

Using HDR in the image below allowed me to reveal the details of the machinery as well as the colors of the sky. I shot the image using 14-24mm lens at f/11. Editors Note: This post builds upon Levi’s earlier

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How to Remove Distortion From Wide Angle Photos

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/66527456 w=640&h=360] If you shoot architecture or panoramas, you’ll often shoot wide angle. This can lead to an unwanted fisheye effect. Whether you’re shooting one exposure or stitching several, fixing the problem is stone cold simple. Learn how to

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Want Better Photos or Video? Avoid Lens Flares

While the sun is generally incredibly useful to photographers, it can occasionally be annoying. If the sun hits your lens at an undesirable angle, you can end up with spots or flares that ruin a shot. Flares generally take on

Read More
Using HDR in the image below allowed me to reveal the details of the machinery as well as the colors of the sky.
I shot the image using 14-24mm lens at f/11.

Combining Starbursts and HDR

Using HDR in the image below allowed me to reveal the details of the machinery as well as the colors of the sky. I shot the image using 14-24mm lens at f/11. Editors Note: This post builds upon Levi’s earlier

Read More
panofixthumb

How to Remove Distortion From Wide Angle Photos

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/66527456 w=640&h=360] If you shoot architecture or panoramas, you’ll often shoot wide angle. This can lead to an unwanted fisheye effect. Whether you’re shooting one exposure or stitching several, fixing the problem is stone cold simple. Learn how to

Read More

Want Better Photos or Video? Avoid Lens Flares

While the sun is generally incredibly useful to photographers, it can occasionally be annoying. If the sun hits your lens at an undesirable angle, you can end up with spots or flares that ruin a shot. Flares generally take on

Read More

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