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Bird Photography: Capture Amazing Photos Using These Tips and Techniques

Bird Photography: Capture Amazing Photos Using These Tips and Techniques

It’s hard not to appreciate birds and bird photography. They delight birders, viewers and photographers every day. Learning how to photograph images of birds that convey their personality, behaviors and traits can be readily accomplished with tenacious patience in the field and honing your skills. This post provides some really useful tips and techniques to capture amazing bird photos.

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The Rule of Equivalent Exposure (With Quick Quiz)

The Rule of Equivalent Exposure (With Quick Quiz)

When you capture an image, you are making an exposure on the image sensor using settings for aperture, shutter speed and ISO. The rule of equivalent exposure, in simplest terms, lets you use different settings to make an exposure and thus create a photograph with the same brightness. This is accomplished by learning how each setting affects exposure by changing the light intensity, explained using the concept of stops.

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An A-Z Guide to Photographing Puppies for Maximum Cuteness

An A-Z Guide to Photographing Puppies for Maximum Cuteness

We bet that just about every photographer (at one time or another) has had the desire to  try photographing puppies. How can we resist? They’re cute, cuddly, they smell good, they’re silly, and they love to play, which can lead to all sorts of interesting photographic opportunities. by , on Flickr But… Photographing Puppies isn’t […]

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Essentials to Getting Started with Low-Light and Night Photography

Essentials to Getting Started with Low-Light and Night Photography

Low-light and night photography follow the same basic fundamentals of photography but there are some techniques that are more prevalent and worth learning. You will mainly be working with slow shutter speeds, making it challenging for you to avoid blur from camera shake and vibration. Figuring out exposure and focusing are the other challenges in […]

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Pack Your Bags, We’re Going On A Photo Adventure

Pack Your Bags, We’re Going On A Photo Adventure

Adventure travel has been growing by leaps and bounds lately. In fact, there are now travel agencies solely dedicated to planning adventure photography trips. Of course, not everyone will prefer to go on a boxed adventure trip. To me, having someone else plan everything out so all I have to do is show up with […]

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How to Photograph Food For Professional-Standard Shots

How to Photograph Food For Professional-Standard Shots

A great food photograph can do a lot of things – it can make a viewer hungry, it can convince a diner to order a dish and it can sell a hell of a lot of food and recipe books. But knowing how to photograph food to get great results requires a specific knowledge of […]

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How to Do Stop Motion Photography: An Introduction

How to Do Stop Motion Photography: An Introduction

In a perfect world the weather outside would always cooperate, if not invite us to get outdoors and take photographs. Unfortunately, that’s always going to be more of a pipe dream than a reality. Since I’ve been shooting the majority of my work outdoors lately, one of the main questions people ask me is what […]

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Safely Photographing Volcanic Activity

Safely Photographing Volcanic Activity

As a photographer who calls Hawaii home, I can tell you with great certainty that there are not many things more spectacular than an active volcano. But, the countless photographic possibilities a volcano offers do not come without risk. As majestic as an erupting volcano may look, they can be incredibly dangerous to those wanting […]

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How to Photograph Waterfalls (With 9 Amazing Examples)

How to Photograph Waterfalls (With 9 Amazing Examples)

Waterfalls are a hugely popular subject among photographers and one that can produce some spectacular results. If the popularity of waterfall photographs on sites like Flickr and 500px are anything to go by, then the general public cannot get enough of them either. But how do you go about getting a great photograph of a […]

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Behind the Action – Mastering Outdoor Adventure Photography

Behind the Action – Mastering Outdoor Adventure Photography

If you have ever wanted to grab one of those outdoor hero shots of your friends or clients skiing, cycling, climbing etc, then you’ll now how difficult it can be to get the shot that stops people dead in their tracks. The shot that wows them. Let alone the shot that is so good, it […]

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