The potential for capturing a panorama is almost always present; for the most part, we see in panoramic mode.
It’s a reality that all photographers face: No single storage solution is immune to data loss.
The subject of humans and their fascination with wildlife has been a hot topic lately.
Lately, this question dominates every venue where serious photographers gather to learn about new techniques and equipment to advance their photography.
Many current DSLRs have the capability of capturing multiple exposures on a single frame.
We all want the sharpest optics possible, but what do you need, and more importantly, what can you afford?
Fierce winter weather may interrupt your outdoor photography adventures, but it doesn't mean you have to stop shooting.
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.
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?
But back in the film days of 1985, long exposures came with a host of problems to solve.
An optical phenomenon known as diffraction is affecting your image quality.
I love the look of infrared photography; it's such an interesting black-and-white interpretation of landscapes.
Actually, the concept of art is very inclusive and invites participation by creator and viewer at every level of our experience.
I want to use more than one tele-extender on my Canon telephoto lens, but my tele-extenders won't mate.
Digital images are piling up on my hard drives, and I'd like to be able to find them in the future.
Focus-stacking is a technique that expands depth of field in an image. ...
Have you noticed lately all those fine photographs floating around out there, seemingly unattached to any photographer?
This is one of the most frequent questions I receive, for this column, at my seminars and workshops, and during chance encounters in the field.
In my role as a Canon Explorer of Light, I recently presented a short, but intense seminar to the ASMP Student Chapter at the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California.Looking at some of Linde Waidhofer's photography, it occurred to...
Specular highlights, those seemingly random pinpoints of light reflected from shiny surfaces, can be huge distractions in photography. ...
Relax. It doesn't happen on just one day.
There are so many options when it comes to portraying the subject of moving water.
It wasn't a difficult decision to convert these captures to black-and-white, but it did require care to retain detail in the white snow, black lava outcroppings and massive forest areas while keeping the tone of the dark blue sky.
I've been hearing a lot lately from photographers who are working hard at their craft, but are just plain disappointed with the images they see on their screens and prints.
It seems that all my photographer friends are going to Iceland this year, and last year they went to Africa, and sometimes they bring home great photographs that I feel like I've seen before.
Perhaps in no other genre of photography has the advancement of technology so greatly improved our technical and creative options. In this...
When choosing a macro lens, it’s not just about magnification. ...
Each of us has different work to do with different cameras, we're gathering background for the written story, we know what the objective is, and we support each other as much as possible.
I have one of the new Canon cameras that allows multiple captures on a single frame.
A tele-extender, when placed between the camera body and lens, multiplies the magnification of the lens to which it's attached.
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