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Adding people in your architecture photography
Adding a human element to your architecture photographs can help to show the scale of a building. It can also...
High ISO is not necessarily a photographers enemy
Technology changes. High ISO's are no longer the monsters we photographers have made them out to be. Increased processing power...
Getting the most from a photography convention
Take time after the convention to put the ideas you learned about into play. How many times have you gone...
Image manipulation can help complete your vision
When working with wide-angle lenses there is the opportunity to get lots of information into a scene. Sometimes part of...
Quick Tip: Use a long exposure to remove people in a scene
Quick tip on how to use long exposure to remove people from a scene.
Quick Tip: How to hold a camera super steady
Quick tip on how to hold your camera.
Quick Tip: Daylight saving time has ended; rethink what you plan to photograph
As Daylight Savings time ends, what does this mean for photographers? Time to rethink what you plan to photograph.
Quick Tip: A landing pad might save your drone from damage
A few weeks back I had an incident with my DJI Inspire 2 drone. While I was taking off from...
Quick Tip: Use a white card to brighten shadows
When you're shooting on-location, it can sometimes be challenging to control the light and shadows in a scene. At a...
Quick Tip: Use a Black Card While Photographing Fireworks
Firework photos require the shutter be open for long periods. Ambient light can creep in between bursts of exploding visual...

High ISO is not necessarily a photographers enemy

Technology changes. High ISO’s are no longer the monsters we photographers have made them out to be. Increased processing power and camera improvements are removing my objections to noise. Anti-aliasing low pass filters are being removed as well.  As a

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Quick Tip: Use the Moon to Find the Sun

The other morning I was in the mountains waiting for the sun to rise and looking for the right composition. The moon was helping me because it was indicating exactly where the sun would be rising, which was great because

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