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How To Plan A Milky Way Photo Shoot
Tips for choosing locations, timing and creative approaches to photographing the Milky Way above the landscape for incredible nighttime photos.
Using A “Normal” Lens
Mastering composition with standard focal length lenses.
How To Use Histograms
For precise exposures that best capture a scene’s dynamic range, ignore what the image preview looks like and rely on the histogram.
Surf Photography: Catching The Wave
How to capture epic surf photography on land and in the water.
Depth Of Field In Macro Photography
In macro photography, depth of field is especially important to ensure the details of your subject are sharp. Use these 5 tips to get the best results.
Lenses For Wildlife Photography
When it comes to selecting lenses for wildlife photography, the first thing most photographers look for is focal length—a long lens that can reach out and cover great distances, bringing animals in for close-ups—but other features are also incredibly useful.
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Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights, Canada
A powerful X5 solar flare occurred yesterday and is sending a major ion blast towards the earth. If you live along the northern tier states and have clear skies tonight, and especially tomorrow night, it would be worth looking for a dark clear northern horizon – and bring your camera! Keep an eye on the north, generally between 11:00 pm and 1:00 am. The most activity should occur the night of March 8/9. For more information and forecasts go to :
University of Alaska : Aurora Forecast
Good luck – and let us know what you see!