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How to Improve Your Photographs of Water Drops

From a small, transparent glossy circle to a looking glass that reflects surroundings, water drops fascinate photographers and viewers. We see them captured as stills, clear water, colored from the surroundings and reflective of what’s nearby. From macros to telephotos, standard post processing to creative editing, tiny water drops make powerful images. We’ll take a […]

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How Photographers Are Being Overlooked and Undervalued

The sad truth is that majority of the clients I’ve worked with and most of the people I know (both non-photographers and people who want to be photographers) don’t actually know what a photographer really is. Yes, they are all aware that this is the person who takes the photo, but that is the extent of their understanding. That being the […]

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7 Ways to Take Better Shots With Your Smartphone

Some of us love them, some of us hate them but the fact is mobile photography is here and it is here to stay. The vast majority of us carry a smartphone with us all of the time. That means we are all carrying a very useable, indeed very capable digital camera wherever we go. […]

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The Struggle for Photography Perfection – Is it Worth it?

One of the foremost goals of a photographer of any skill level is to improve. That is admittedly an open-ended proclamation, as improvement can many so many different things to different people. Rather than focusing on any particular skill, however, I think it is worth considering for a moment a more generalized drive for perfection […]

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What Photographers Need to Know Before Buying a Tripod Head

Chances are that when you first got into photography, you considered getting a tripod. There is also a reasonable chance that you assumed that the tripod and head came together, perhaps inseparably in one package. You may have even learnt the hard way, buying a cheap combined tripod and head only to find it could […]

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Evening Rays

NIKON D5100 / Nikkor 18-55mm @ 29mm / 1/250th / f/8 / ISO-100 Along Scenic Hwy 98 in Baldwin Co., AL just before sunset July 31, 2015.

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Weekend Photography Challenge #244 Gardens

Botanical, vegetable, flower, underwater, wherever you find them.

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Charge!!

I shot this image of a pelican and thought it was weird and funny. shot at 1/400 at f/16 ISO 400 Charge!! by Vince Lawrence on Light Stalking

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