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Portrait Tips: Waterfalls and speedlights

What’s not to love about making portraits in front of waterfalls? Beautiful place, beautiful people, water spraying your camera, nothing going the way you had in mind — it’s a blast! When you photograph a bride and groom in front

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Shoot Anywhere With Platypod Ultra

I’ve become a fan of Platypod Ultra. It’s got all the best features of the original Pro and the larger Max, and it fits in my back pocket. It goes everywhere I go from road trips to long hikes. I

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Spiritual Falls by Nick Nieto

Photographer of the Day: Nick Nieto

Category: Nature Photographer: Nick Nieto Title: Spiritual Falls What a lush, evocative image! Nieto masterfully uses to a slow shutter to capture the waterfall as a series of silky ribbons. Dark stone and just the right amount of “pop” in

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Flow by Paul Krippler

Photographer of the Day: Paul Krippler

Category: Nature Photographer: Paul Krippler Title: Flow At times, the best way to put nature in focus is to contrast it against machinery. Krippler does so with great effect in this image. The silky, slow shutter waterfall dominates the foreground

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How To Make Smooth Waterfall Photographs

Nikon D800, 50mm f/1.4 lens, f/11, 1/3s, ISO 100, 7 frame panorama. I recently read an article claiming that photographs including smooth running water are clich, over-done, boring, and not worth making again. For those who believe, as I do,

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Creating a Waterfall Image

On a recent trip to Costa Rica, I set out to capture a great waterfall image. The problem is that no one exposure would do the job. I could capture the sky, and the trees were muddy. If I captured

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Avoiding the harsh, direct flash look

One of the biggest reasons why I don’t like pop-up flashes is that it gives uneven, harsh lighting directed at your subject. Even with an on-camera speedlight, the same effect can happen. And while you can play around with the

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Easy high key lighting with two lights

Creating high key light is making sure there is enough light on your background so it is pure white, with no shadows. This can be done using strobes or LEDs or a mixture of both types of light. There are several

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