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The Surfing Life
How a lifelong love and respect for the ocean inspires my photography.
The Art of Luminosity, Part 1
Understanding light to improve your photography.
Florida Photo Hot Spots
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Boom, Baby!
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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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In this week’s video I discuss how to create sharp images, whether you are hand holding your camera or using a tripod. This may not be the most exciting topic, but it is pretty darn important if you ever want to display your images as anything but a low-res Facebook photo or a 4″ x 6″ print. In this case I’m not talking about out of focus images, but rather images that are a little blurry because the camera moved during exposure. The video describes the techniques necessary to eliminate or compensate for this camera movement.
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