How-To Outdoor Photography Techniques
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Monday, December 15, 2014
Capture The Light Regular readers of the Outdoor Photographer Tip of the Week have seen my photographic mantra a number of times If you’ve attended any of my workshops you repeatedly heard the words
Monday, December 8, 2014
Edit As If There’s No Tomorrow Digital photography has created a new phenomenon that I call “lead finger syndrome.” Once reserved for fast drivers and known as “driving with a lead foot” has now migrated into the world of digital photography
Monday, December 1, 2014
How Low Can You Go? So many cameras, so many photographers, so many pictures, yet so many images all look the same With all the competition out there, what can be done to put a new spin on your images to make them stand out
Monday, November 17, 2014
Winter Scenics Winter is a fantastic time to shoot scenics Yeah, you’re going to be cold, but that’s why they sell fleece
Monday, November 10, 2014
Camera RAW: HSL Tab To The Rescue Whether you use Camera RAW in Photoshop or the latest version of Lightroom, the RAW file processor is identical on the inside I strongly encourage you to use the HSL tab to bring your images to the next level
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Landscape Astro Photography Tips, techniques and gear for exploring the exciting world of creating starry sky scenic photos The Milky Way is so bright that it reflects in the ocean, and the way it shoots up into the sky lines up with the small cove in front of you.
Monday, November 3, 2014
Wide Angle Wow One way to take your image making to the next level is to attach a wide-angle lens to your camera The world of wide angle to which I refer is 24mm and shorter based on a full-frame sensor
Monday, October 27, 2014
Macro Flash I’ve seen many gorgeous images of macro subjects taken with available light But as with many other subjects, a lot of factors must fall into place to create a successful natural-light photo
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Harness High Contrast Michael Frye takes us through the steps of getting the most out of a high-contrast landscape High-contrast scenes always have been difficult to process, but Adobe made this task considerably easier with the Process Version tools in Lightroom 4 and 5.
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