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Whatever Happened to Technique in Photography? Creating Great Images Both in Camera and on Computer

Whatever Happened to Technique in Photography? Creating Great Images Both in Camera and on Computer

I think we are in danger of losing something. Something rather important to photography, something that has been around since the early days of photography. That something is technical perfection. At the risk of sounding old, when I was studying photography, the most important thing that was drummed into us, was aiming for technical perfection.

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How to Take the Stress Out of Image Editing When You’ve Got Tons of Photos to Edit

How to Take the Stress Out of Image Editing When You’ve Got Tons of Photos to Edit

Many people find that even when engaged in something they absolutely love doing, there is sometimes a degree of drudgery involved in one aspect or another, some chore that has to be completed as an inextricable component of an otherwise enjoyable activity. For many a photographer, this unwelcome chore is post-processing. Here are some ideas to help you take some of the stress out of post-processing.

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The Pros and Cons of Using Vintage Lenses Today

The Pros and Cons of Using Vintage Lenses Today

It’s a fact that many of today’s photographers have used a vintage lens at some point in time. Not only is it a cheap alternative to a modern lens, it also presents a wonderful opportunity at learning photography fundamentals. But, is it really worth it? If you ask me, I think it’s totally worth it. I must say that this article is purely based on my experiences with vintage lenses, and I’m sure most of you will agree.

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How to Photograph the Long, Winding Railroads

How to Photograph the Long, Winding Railroads

Railroad tracks reach to infinity effortlessly. There are modern, state of the art rail systems. Tracks that have been used through long standing, historical routes, and even during war eras are still active today. Abandoned tracks that have been forgotten, continue fading into the woods and earth. Here are some tips to take timeless pictures of railroad tracks.

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5 Things You Need To Know About The Photographer’s Ephemeris

5 Things You Need To Know About The Photographer’s Ephemeris

If you’re not familiar with it, The Photographer’s Ephemeris (TPE) is a map-centric sun/moon calculator that shows how the light falls on the land. It is used by tens of thousands of photographers around the world. Some big news: TPE for Desktop is changing and the current version will stop working. The good news is that a new TPE for Desktop web app has been built from the ground up and is ready to use today.

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10 Tips on Time Lapse Photography To Help You Create Breathtaking Videos

10 Tips on Time Lapse Photography To Help You Create Breathtaking Videos

Time-lapse photography is the fusion between filmmaking and photography. That means you will have to be the director, producer, and photographer if you want to test yourself in this area. Undoubtedly, it won’t be an easy task to do. The following tips should help you achieve good results even if you don’t have any previous experience.

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5 Quick Camera Checks Before You Release The Shutter to Produce Amazing Shots Consistently

5 Quick Camera Checks Before You Release The Shutter to Produce Amazing Shots Consistently

Experience has the ability to make us wiser with our actions and choices. As a photographer, I have made mistakes in the past because of which I missed out on awesome photo opportunities. If only I was more careful, I could have avoided such situations. While some of these chances are inevitable, some can simply be avoided by having some quick checks.

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How to Capture Amazing Photos of Piers Using 3 Key Elements of Composition

How to Capture Amazing Photos of Piers Using 3 Key Elements of Composition

Ahh, the romance of piers in photographs, novels and movies. They evoke many memories – of storms, sunsets, family vacations, loneliness and the power of the ocean. Piers can be warm and inviting. They can also be mysterious and haunting. The same pier captured at the same time by two photographers can have completely different moods. Here are some tips on photographing piers.

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7 Reasons Why Prime Lenses are Better Than Zoom Lenses to Improve Your Photography

7 Reasons Why Prime Lenses are Better Than Zoom Lenses to Improve Your Photography

Debates in the photography community are quite common, ranging from those on photographic gear to brands and much more. One such never-ending debate is the prime lens vs. zoom lens debate. Photographers often argue about how prime lenses are better than zoom lenses and vice versa. It is obvious that both lens types have pros and cons, but in my opinion, when it comes to primes, pros outweigh the cons.

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Getting Started with Fire Photography

Getting Started with Fire Photography

We’re all mesmerized by fire. We stare in awe at infernos that engulf buildings and forests; we’re hypnotized by campfires; we use the soft glow of candle light to set a relaxing mood. And as kids, we’re all told repeatedly by parents, teachers, and talking bears to never play with fire. Well, now it’s time to momentarily push those admonitions to the side and, yes, play with fire — you know, for art’s sake.

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