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Revealing The Invisible
Infrared photography opens the door to a new way of seeing.
How To Use Hyperfocal Focusing
Understand and use hyperfocal focusing to create sharper images and enhanced depth of field.
Photographing this iconic feature of Lake Tahoe.
Lake Of The Clouds
Best times and locations to photograph in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Michigan.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Boom, Baby!
Exploring the explosive beauty of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.
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.
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Don’t Wear “Pre-Visualization Blinders”
(© Ian Plant) Pre-visualization is a good thing, but sometimes the quest to make an image that is stuck in your head can blind you to other photographic possibilities. This is the topic of the most recent post to my personal photoblog, Don’t Wear Pre-Visualization Blinders. Sorry to keep people bouncing back and forth between this blog and my own; I try to give each roughly equal time, so that means I have to split my posts up between the two. To keep up with my blog entries there and here you can subscribe to my blog feed, or follow me on Twitter or Facebook.
“Spring Cascade” – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore