A Step by Step Tutorial for Realistic Looking HDR

 

 If you have been photographing for more than a year or two, you will have heard about HDR (which stands for High Dynamic Range). We have probably seen them, the “overcooked”, over processed HDR images that float around the photo websites. For some photographers, the process seems to force them to overdo their images and […]

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10 Tips to Improve Your Wildlife Photography

 

 Wildlife photography can produce spectacular results for the well-prepared photographer. Let me take you through some tips to ensure your own wildlife photographs really pop. 1. Do research and be prepared. A common misconception among amateur photographers is that you must venture far from home in order to effectively capture visually arresting photographs. But even […]

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How Using Strong ND Filters Can Create Awesome Results

 

 As a landscape photographer you rely heavily on filters. The ones you should use most often is a graduated neutral density (GND) filter which help balance the intensity between the sky and foreground.  This is much like regular ND filters (which are used to reduce the amount of light hitting the camera’s sensor)  except it’s a […]

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Natural Light Techniques to Make Amazing Travel Portraits

 

 Being on the road often limits the amount of gear we want to take with us as photographers. By learning and getting more comfortable with natural light we can not only help lighten our bags, but it’s one of the most powerful ways to create dramatic images. Depending on the time of day, natural light […]

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How to Photograph Reflections for Awesome Results

 

 They can be beautiful, surreal, abstract or a combination of all three, reflections are a powerful way convey emotion or provoke thought in your images. In this article we are going to take a look at how to use reflections in your compositions and indeed how to break compositional rules, using reflections. How to Find […]

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