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How To Shoot Great Fireworks

How To Shoot Great Fireworks

Capturing the spectacle of a firework display is all about predicting when and where the most dramatic events are going to take place. Try to find out where the main display at your event will be taking place, and where the fireworks will be fired from. To capture the wider view of large public displays it’s often best to avoid the most popular spots close to the action.

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‘Dodging and Burning’ Techniques

‘Dodging and Burning’ Techniques

Dodging and Burning’ are essential techniques to finish off any black and white image, especially useful for atmospheric or moody images. This is a fantastic method of producing black and white Landscapes in particular. It’s a fairly simple technique that requires an image editing program like Photoshop, but most good editing programs have a ‘Dodging & Burning’ tool, which aren’t too difficult to use.

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Digital SLR Shooting Checklist

Digital SLR Shooting Checklist

Here is a pre-shoot checklist to help you get the best out of your D-SLR. Try to get into the habit of running through this list before each shoot and you will avoid having great shots ruined by incorrect camera settings.

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Digital Memory Cards Explained

Digital Memory Cards Explained

The nature of digital photography means that digital cameras have to store images differently to traditional cameras due to the physical absence of film. Instead of using rolls of film, which are then processed and developed to produce a photograph, digital cameras store their images on memory cards.

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A Guide To Choosing The Perfect Camera Bag

A Guide To Choosing The Perfect Camera Bag

Good camera bags are crucial to the amateur and professional photographers alike. You’ve just spent time deciding on which digital camera to buy, now all you need to do is to find a suitable bag to protect your camera and your equipment.

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