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How to Keep Your Camera Stable for Sharp Photos at Slow Shutter Speeds

How to Keep Your Camera Stable for Sharp Photos at Slow Shutter Speeds

Amateurs and pros alike face the fact that slower shutter speeds and camera shake lead to blurred images. This tutorial by David Bergman demonstrates some of the main reasons for camera shake and how to overcome them: Camera Shake Rule of Thumb The old school rule of thumb about camera shake is that as long as […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: The Golden Mountains of Leh

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Golden Mountains of Leh

Ladakh’s topography is eerily similar to that of Tibet. The barren, mountainous region forms a part of the northern-most state of India: Jammu & Kashmir. Stunning snow-clad mountains, barren valleys, colossal Buddhist monasteries, and probably the friendliest of people living in the harshest of places on the face of the earth. Road routes to Ladakh […]

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Optical Image Stabilization Explained in Under 4 Minutes

Optical Image Stabilization Explained in Under 4 Minutes

If buying a new camera or lens gives you nightmares of random photography terminology, you are not alone. The cloud of jargon can be confusing indeed. One term that you’re likely to hear more often than others is optical image stabilization. A simple explanation is that it helps to get a sharper image, especially when your […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Why You Need an ND Filter

Interesting Photo of the Day: Why You Need an ND Filter

Neutral density filters can transform your photography in ways you’d never imagine. Check out this side by side comparison of a photo taken at the same location with and without a long exposure: The photographer used a 10-stop solid ND filter to capture the details in the shadow area while retaining a lot of details in […]

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How to Blend Exposures in Photoshop

How to Blend Exposures in Photoshop

When presented with an ethereal sunset or sunrise we tend to get lost in the myriad of camera settings and options. By the time we figure out what settings to use, the opportunity to capture the moment may have already passed. But if you’re clever enough to capture several exposures using the Auto Exposure Bracketing feature, […]

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Crop Factor Explained in Plain English

Crop Factor Explained in Plain English

Crop factor is a term that is thrown around in photography quite a lot. You’re bound to hear it quite often when you ask for advice on composition, compatible lenses for your camera, field of view, and so on and so forth. As a beginner, it’s imperative that you have a good understanding of crop […]

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Stuck Lens Filter Removal Tutorial

Stuck Lens Filter Removal Tutorial

Ever had a filter stuck to the front of your favorite lens? It’s like your best lens is stopped down in perpetuity or a programmed to polarize even in overcast conditions. The usual attempt to dislodge the filter is to twist, smack it on a hard surface in frustration, or try to use pliers, leading […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Hood Breaking Through the Clouds

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Hood Breaking Through the Clouds

This breathtaking image by Steve Schwindt is everything you’d expect from a golden hour landscape photo. It has great details of Mount Hood, mesmerizing shadow areas in the form of snow-decked coniferous trees, and a sky that is an indescribable combination of blue, flaming orange, and grey. To top it all off, the snow covered foreground […]

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Tips for Photographing Wild Birds

Tips for Photographing Wild Birds

An image of a bird perched on a natural looking branch, with its eyes pin sharp, its feathers details clear, beautiful bright colors, and background bokeh that melts like Swiss cheese. No doubt you’ve seen images like that in wildlife magazines or on the internet. But what if you were to be told that many […]

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Multiple Exposure Photography Techniques

Multiple Exposure Photography Techniques

Here’s a set of tricks you can use if you’re interested in double exposure photography. This genre that promises some really awe-inspiring images. The best thing is you don’t need any additional tools beyond what you already have. Photographer Philipp Reinhard demonstrates: Double Exposure Portrait Step one is to choose a vantage point. Step two […]

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