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These Photography Links Will Keep You Busy for a While…

As another wonderful week passes us by we find Toad Hollow Photography searching points all over the internet for links to great photography resources to share here with everyone.  This week’s list features a selection of tutorials, special features, great photography and a very interesting blog.  These presentations have been created and shared online by […]

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These Haunting 1913 Portraits Are From the Beginnings of Colour Photography

Thanks to the folks at The National Media Museum these amazing photographs by Mervyn O’Gorman have been getting a lot of attention lately. Taken at Dorset in 1913, these photographs of his daughter show us some wonderful versions of the Autochrome Lumière process. Autochrome Lumière was a process for colour photography invented in France in 1903, marketed in 1907 […]

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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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Lavender in Afternoon Sun

Lavender in afternoon sun by Bugz on Light Stalking Nikon D5200 / Micro NIKKOR 105mm / Manual Exposure Program / Hand Held / Post Processed ISO-100 f-8 1/180th sec

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texture lovers pls critique

For those who use/like textures, this is a bit of an experiment for me. Your thoughts please. Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge by bill wagner on Light Stalking

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Wash Basin #2

Click on photo to view in Flickr. I reposted Wash Basin on Flickr since the first one is still not showing up. Hopefully this one will not give us problems. CC: @albirder, @DefinePostmodern, @David Sill, @tobie, @Kent DuFault,

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Supervised

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B&W…any advice?

morgan.jpg by Amy Douglas on Light Stalking Camera: Nikon D610 Lens: 50 mm f/1.8 Exposure: Manual exposure, 1/125 sec, f/3.5, ISO 100

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Feedback – NYC Skyline

Hi – This weekend I adventured into fabulous NYC Skyline view. Requesting your feedback on these captures. All pics were taken on Tripod and EXIF data available on individual picture. https://www.flickr.com/photos/131842912@N07/sets/72157651939357139/ PS: Having hard time posting pics so providing Flickr album link. Sorry for inconvenience.

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Bug

Hello all, Any comments on the insect shot below? Many thanks for your ideas. Have a great day.

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