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Fill Flash Photography Trick

Fill Flash Photography Trick

I spent a sunny afternoon a couple summers ago at a work social function, having fun knocking back a few cold ones, and generally enjoying the company of co-workers I don’t get to see that often. (I’m one of those “telecommuters” working with people three provinces away…) In the crowd was a fellow camera buff, […]

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Too Cold Outside for Photography? Think Again

Too Cold Outside for Photography? Think Again

Many photographers run for cover when the outside air temperature dips five or ten degrees below the freezing point, fearing their equipment may malfunction, or worse, their fingers and toes will fall victim to Jack Frost’s wiles. Although these concerns may hold some truth, the reality is that with adequate and thoughtful preparation, the snow-shy […]

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How to Photograph Waterfalls

How to Photograph Waterfalls

I love water. Coming from Ontario where lakes and rivers abound, I’d spend entire summers at our cottage as a kid either in or on the water. I’m still drawn to it like steel to a magnet, so it’s not surprising that after learning the technique to create the beautiful pictures like in this article, […]

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Basic Setup for Photographing Fireworks

Basic Setup for Photographing Fireworks

I used to think that capturing fireworks on film was laden with technical wizardry and talent, but after giving it a whirl with no advice or instruction, I discovered it’s quite easy. Here’s how… As you can imagine, a tripod is at the top of the list for equipment! A remote cable release is up […]

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Wedding Photography Tips

Wedding Photography Tips

Is your photography equipment gathering dust because your desire to be creative is gathering dust as well? Don’t let it! By sticking to some basics, and doing your homework, wedding photography can be a very stimulating and rewarding pastime. People are always getting married, so the opportunities for photographing weddings – and making some cash […]

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Getting the Most Out of Your DSLR

Getting the Most Out of Your DSLR

If you just got your first DSLR or if you’ve had one for awhile and want to get serious about taking better pictures, the advice in this article is for you. Delete Bad Photos If you don’t do this already, then start. The pursuit of any interest will include disappointment, so be prepared to delete […]

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