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Question of the Week: Do You Use a Tripod?
Walking around New York City with the Platypod Pro
Blurry Pictures Feel More Genuine, and Photoshop Can Help
How to Beat the Tripod Police Without Sacrificing Stability
No Tripod? No Problem… Try This Quick Tip
3 Keys to Adding Interest to Landscape Images
One Tool Every Mirrorless Video Shooter Needs
Five Must-Have Photo Accessories For Every Landscape Photographer
Panorama Tips and Must Have Tripod Features
10 Quick Tripod Tips
No Tripod – No Problem – Improvise
Advice for Security Guards

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3 Keys to Adding Interest to Landscape Images

Far and away my favorite subject to photograph for relaxation and practice is in the Landscape venue. Having grown up in the Blue Ridge mountain region of Southwest Virginia, learning to make better landscape photographs has been a staple in

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One Tool Every Mirrorless Video Shooter Needs

The Panasonic GH4 has taken the cinema world by storm–it’s a terrific video camera. One of it’s greatest strengths has also caused me some real grief: it’s so small, that lenses often interfere with the tripod mounting plate, and don’t

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Panorama Tips and Must Have Tripod Features

Nikon D7100, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @28mm, F/16, 1/13s, ISO 160, five frame panorama. It’s simple to make several pictures into one panorama, and I really think you should try it. Panoramas are usually wider than your average picture, and

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10 Quick Tripod Tips

To inspire you to get the most out of your tripod, I’ve collected 10 quick tips. Some of these belong to Scott Bourne while others are mine. I hope they help you make better photos. Make transitions easy. Invest in

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No Tripod – No Problem – Improvise

There are lots of times a tripod comes in handy. Of course you might not have one on hand when you need it most. Here are three of my favorite techniques to overcome the lack of a tripod. Swaddle the

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Advice for Security Guards

This is a guest post by Dave Wilson. Circle Dave on Google+. Dear security guard, Im delighted that you have a good job, a nice uniform and a sense of authority. When exercising this newfound power, especially in the context

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50 second exposure — walking handheld

Experimenting with Long Exposure Photography

I found myself with the perfect opportunity to shoot some long exposure shots. Yesterday was the last night of a trip to Walt Disney World with my family. The Magic Kingdom is filled with beautiful lighting and nighttime scenes. For

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Photofocus Podcast March 25

NOTE NOTE NOTE NOTE NOTE: The Photofocus Podcast Feed HAS CHANGED! Here is the new feed: feed://feeds.feedburner.com/photofocuspodcast Download episode here… or get it on iTunes PLEASE BE PATIENT – OUR SERVERS SEE LARGE LOADS ON PUBLISHING DAYS. THE DOWNLOADS MAY

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morrow-photofocus-landscape-banner-3

3 Keys to Adding Interest to Landscape Images

Far and away my favorite subject to photograph for relaxation and practice is in the Landscape venue. Having grown up in the Blue Ridge mountain region of Southwest Virginia, learning to make better landscape photographs has been a staple in

Read More
Levi_Sim_Steadsnap

One Tool Every Mirrorless Video Shooter Needs

The Panasonic GH4 has taken the cinema world by storm–it’s a terrific video camera. One of it’s greatest strengths has also caused me some real grief: it’s so small, that lenses often interfere with the tripod mounting plate, and don’t

Read More
Pano-1-2

Panorama Tips and Must Have Tripod Features

Nikon D7100, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @28mm, F/16, 1/13s, ISO 160, five frame panorama. It’s simple to make several pictures into one panorama, and I really think you should try it. Panoramas are usually wider than your average picture, and

Read More
tripod

10 Quick Tripod Tips

To inspire you to get the most out of your tripod, I’ve collected 10 quick tips. Some of these belong to Scott Bourne while others are mine. I hope they help you make better photos. Make transitions easy. Invest in

Read More
ntnp

No Tripod – No Problem – Improvise

There are lots of times a tripod comes in handy. Of course you might not have one on hand when you need it most. Here are three of my favorite techniques to overcome the lack of a tripod. Swaddle the

Read More
istock_000020039728medium

Advice for Security Guards

This is a guest post by Dave Wilson. Circle Dave on Google+. Dear security guard, Im delighted that you have a good job, a nice uniform and a sense of authority. When exercising this newfound power, especially in the context

Read More
ƒ18.0 | ISO 200 
50 second exposure — walking handheld

Experimenting with Long Exposure Photography

I found myself with the perfect opportunity to shoot some long exposure shots. Yesterday was the last night of a trip to Walt Disney World with my family. The Magic Kingdom is filled with beautiful lighting and nighttime scenes. For

Read More

Photofocus Podcast March 25

NOTE NOTE NOTE NOTE NOTE: The Photofocus Podcast Feed HAS CHANGED! Here is the new feed: feed://feeds.feedburner.com/photofocuspodcast Download episode here… or get it on iTunes PLEASE BE PATIENT – OUR SERVERS SEE LARGE LOADS ON PUBLISHING DAYS. THE DOWNLOADS MAY

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Tripods – Pay Now Or Pay Later

Ive heard it said, “The poor man pays twice,” and this is especially true applied to tripods. If you’re like me, you’re thinking of the three tripods you have in a corner of the garage right now, unused and dusty.

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