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Why You Shouldn’t Ignore The Video Mode on Your Camera

There has been a certain reluctance amongst some photographers to accept the fact that video is here to stay on stills cameras. It’s understandable, particularly for those of us from the pre-digital era where photography and video were often seen as entirely different entities. However, it is here to stay so rather than avoid it, […]

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4 Ways to Transform Everyday Life Into Interesting Photography

If you’re someone who believes that the only way to create memorable or interesting photos is to travel to a tropical paradise or scale a mountain or go on safari, you’re quite mistaken. Not that there’s anything wrong with those activities and they’re sure to yield some incredible photo opportunities, but if those were the […]

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Texas Photography: A Lot More than Big “Hare”

“Everything’s Bigger in Texas!” How many times have you heard that phrase? For nature and city photographers, that applies here too. As someone who’s lived in two Texas cities and continues to go back several times a year, Texas offers big, vast photography opportunities. With roughly 270,000 square-miles, it’s the largest state following Alaska. Jack […]

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Get Lost in These Awesome Photography Links

This weeks list features a hand-selected collection of links to tutorials, special features, great photography and an interesting blog post, all carefully selected by Toad Hollow Photography.  A wide variety of topics are covered here this week, and we truly hope you enjoy checking out these links as much as the Toad did in bringing […]

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Cloned: 14 Skillful Examples of Photographic Multiplicity

Photographers who are dedicated to their craft spend copious amounts of time and energy trying to improve. The specific skills that one seeks to improve upon will vary over time, but the drive to become a better photographer in general will always be there.  Serious photographers take their artistic growth seriously. This doesn’t mean that […]

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Street portrait

This handsome young musician was waiting for a bus and was nice enough to allow me to shoot him. I think he gave me a nice pose. Some of the roll up security doors here make a good background. 1/160, f4.5, 452mm, iso100 Click for Flickr then let me have it.

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52 Week Photography Challenge.

Hey guys, I am doing 52 week photography challenge. I am not going by any particular theme week by week. The topic/style is open. (although I must admit I like photographing flowers) I am posting the link to my flickr account here (album: 52 week challenge). https://www.flickr.com/photos/131178175@N05/sets/72157651878073508/ I will try to keep all the pics […]

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surfing enjotment.

neerly got the surfer in the tunel. by dennis wake on Light Stalking Nikon d2h on fast shutters per sce iso200 f11 1/350 300mm taken in raw edited in light room.

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SURFING DESASTER.

surfing desaster by dennis wake on Light Stalking ISO200 f11 1/350 300mm raw file edited in light room

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Mobile Monday Challenge. 4th May 2015

Usual rules. Open Topic. All images submitted must be taken with, and any editing done on a mobile device (smart phone or tablet). Please include basic details (Device & editing info) Just because it is Star Wars day today – May the Fourth be with you… Storm trooper – light painting using the pixel stick.

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4.27.2015

4.27.2015 by LiilRedhead on Light Stalking” title=”4.27.2015″> Camera: Nikon D5100 paired with AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR zoom lens. Edited in a combination of Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended. F/5 ISO 100 Exposure Time: 1/500 sec. Focal Length: 170mm

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California Live Oak

ISO 640, 85mm, f11, 1/1600 Any thoughts about the split toning? Click to Flickr

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