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When NOT to use a Polarizing Filter

Yes I just blasphemed against the gods of landscape photography. Not using a polarizing filter for landscape photography could be considered sacrilegious among some circles and indeed, I myself have written ad nauseam of the importance of this simple yet powerful photographer’s tool. Now I’m going to selectively contradict myself. The fact is that in most …

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Getting Landscapes Sharp: Focus Stacking

A key aspect of successful landscape photography is image sharpness. Usually, it is desirable to ensure that all elements of a scene, whether close or far, are captured in sharp focus. This can prove to be challenging and, if not achieved with the click of the shutter, cannot be corrected later during post processing. One …

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A Beginners Guide to Seascape Photography

Seascape Photography: Tide Table & Accuweather app. Location. Look for where the sun will set and shadows. Carry a headlamp. An ND filter allows for longer exposure. f/8 or smaller. aperture allows you to slow the shutter speed down & get soft water. Focus & then switch your camera to manual focus. That way, when the light begins to fade, your lens won’t be hunting to find a focus point. Look for reflections.

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How to Use a 10-stop ND Filter to Take Long Exposure Sunset Images

How to Use a 10-stop ND Filter to Take Long Exposure Sunset Images - Digital Photography School

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Neutral Density Filters

A Guest Post by Robin Ryan I’d like to talk today about the potential offered by Neutral Density filters, and how they can make your photos more unique. The smooth watercolour feel in the above photo is due to a Neutral Density 64 Filter. This filter has interested me lately and this photo demonstrates one […]

9 Tips to Help you get Sharp Focus at Night

Autofocus is so good on modern cameras that most photographers use it all the time. It seemingly never lets you down. But, let’s say it’s nighttime and you are going to do some shooting. You find a good spot. You set up your tripod. You go to focus your camera using the autofocus. You can feel the camera’s …

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How to use Your Tripod (it's not as simple as you think!)

How to use Your Tripod (it’s not as simple as you think!) #photography #phototips http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-use-your-tripod-its-not-as-simple-as-you-think/

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8 Tips to Avoid Crowds at Popular Landscape Locations

How to get great shots even at popular tourist locations for landscape photography. 8 tips to help you get the shot.

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Fujifilm reveals SLR-like 8MP compact camera

Water photography: blur movement like a pro for a classic effect | Digital Camera World

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How to Blend in Adjustments Using Layer Masking in Photoshop

How to Blend in Adjustments Using Layer Masking in Photoshop In a recent article called: Getting Started with Layer Masks in Photoshop – a Beginners Tutorial, I showed you the basics of layer...

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