OP Expert George Lepp tackles your technical photography questions in Tech Tips.
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
The Look Of Spring
The Halo Effect • Steps For Stacking • Music For Slideshows And Video • Overexposure: An Editorial Many current DSLRs have the capability of capturing multiple exposures on a single frame.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
What’s The Best?
Lens Selection: Con$umer Or Profe$$ional? • Confidence In Your Equipment • Investing In Quality Printing We all want the sharpest optics possible, but what do you need, and more importantly, what can you afford?
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Work Around The Weather
Scaling New Heights With Butterfly Subjects • It’s Still Life • Take The Time To Time-Lapse • Photographing Shiny Things Fierce winter weather may interrupt your outdoor photography adventures, but it doesn't mean you have to stop shooting.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Let It Snow, Let Me Go! • Crisp Winter Night Sky • Technology As A Hindrance As a longtime reader of your column and one who lives in a very cold environment, I'd like to know what kinds of subjects you look for during the winter months.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
To Chimp, Or Not To Chimp
The Hand That Rocked The Copyright World • What Do You Think? • Easier Printing • Limiting Factors Do I claim ownership of the images I conceive and create, even if, or especially if, I've also put together some complicated contraption to help me capture them remotely?
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
The More Things Change
Go With The Flow • Flash In The Foreground • Focusing On Retirement • View From 30,000 Feet • For The Birds But back in the film days of 1985, long exposures came with a host of problems to solve.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Not So Sharp?
Diffraction Distraction • Flickering Time-Lapses • The Drive Vs. The Cloud: Updated “Whether” Report An optical phenomenon known as diffraction is affecting your image quality.
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
The Spectrum Of B&W
IR What I Am • Faux Infrared • IR Filters • Cameras Converted To Infrared • More Than IR I love the look of infrared photography; it's such an interesting black-and-white interpretation of landscapes.
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
In The Eye Of The Beholder
Photography As Art • Everything Old Is New Again Actually, the concept of art is very inclusive and invites participation by creator and viewer at every level of our experience.
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