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Macro Photography Equipment Guide and Tips

Macro Photography Equipment Guide and Tips

There are a number of ways to get into macro photography ranging from inexpensive to outrageously expensive. Tough decisions to make, especially for someone who doesn’t make their living from photography. If you decide you want to explore macro photography you have a number of options. I have listed these options starting with what I […]

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Aerial Photography: What Type of Aircraft Works Best?

Aerial Photography: What Type of Aircraft Works Best?

Aerial photography is as challenging as it gets for the professional photographer. Many decisions need to be made to get spectacular results—everything from type of aircraft to subject matter and time of day. Teamwork is also required, as the photographer and pilot have to communicate well in order for the photographer to get the desired […]

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Vertical Images and Battery Grips for Digital Cameras

Vertical Images and Battery Grips for Digital Cameras

Something I try to do on a regular basis is shoot both horizontal and vertical images of a scene. There are a number of reasons for this, but my primary reason is that most magazines and books use lots of vertical images. Magazine covers are verticals. Books are mostly vertical. One exception I can think […]

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Photography in Bad Weather – Tips and Techniques

Photography in Bad Weather – Tips and Techniques

What do you do if the weather is just so awful that you don’t want to risk your valuable photography equipment? I always come up with a few different options. My first is to shoot in the forest or another protected area and concentrate on close up photography and not the grand landscape. It’s certainly easier to protect cameras without heavy rain and wind. The second is to stay at home and wait for another day. While I hate to admit defeat, this does happen on occasion. The third for me is to find a warm cafe or pub and just sit the weather out for an hour or two. The weather often changes hourly and your photography day may have just been delayed a little.

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