OP Expert George Lepp tackles your technical photography questions in Tech Tips.
Monday, September 1, 2008
Time For A New Printer
Best B&W Inkjet Prints • Resolving Resolution • Light Outdoor Photography • How Long Will It Last? My present printer is getting old and not giving me decent black-and-white prints. What should I look for in a new printer to maximize the black-and-white area without losing any color capabilities?
Monday, August 25, 2008
Butterfly Captures I have butterflies in my garden and would like to adapt my digital SLR to capture them. Any suggestions on what to use without breaking the bank?
Monday, August 18, 2008
The Mobile Photographer I’m limited to movement in a walker or electric cart. I would like to start photography again. Is there a tool that could be clamped onto the walker or cart that would hold a camera out of the way while I move into position and then would permit the camera to be swung around to take the picture?
Monday, August 11, 2008
Aquarium Tips This fall my wife and I are planning to travel to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. We would like to photograph the animals in the aquariums as well as the aquariums themselves. Can you help with any equipment recommendations or techniques?
Friday, August 1, 2008
Digital Landscape Tips
Before Leaving Home • On The Road • Get The Shot Without Getting Shot • Overcome The Conditions • Tripods • Filters & Digital For this year’s OP Landscape Annual, I’m offering you the tips and techniques I teach and use in the field on a regular basis, updated for digital photography. Get ready to photograph those fall colors and winter scenes now!
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
More Depth Of Field
Using A Tilt/Shift Lens • Intensify Now Or Later? • Protecting You From Yourself • Patience • Super Scans I’ve experimented with tilt/shift techniques. With all of the digital techniques available for altering depth of field (as well as perspective control), do you still find tilt/shift lenses useful? Helicon Focus seems to solve so many depth-of-field issues.
Monday, June 30, 2008
Simple Panoramas What’s the best technique to obtain a panoramic image without going in for expensive equipment such as panoramic cameras? I have a Canon EOS 30D and shoot with a Gitzo tripod and Kirk BH-1 ballhead. Do I need to capture eight to 10 overlapping images of the panoramic landscape and then stitch them together in Photoshop?
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