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Fighting Dew During Night Time Photography

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Night time and cold weather photographers are used to a very powerful enemy: condensation. If you are just starting out in night time photography or shooting timelapses here are a few tips to understand how to fight condensation in your equipment.

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Six Common Myths About Long Exposures

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Long exposures bring a way to capture time in a photograph. As time goes by the camera keeps recording and the changes in the scene are reflected in the final photo as a single static capture of what happened while the shutter was open.

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How To Shoot a Live Band Without a Flash

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Shooting gigs, in my opinion, is the second hardest form of photography, the first being landscapes. This article will thus explore the techniques I have picked up shooting live performances where I have banned myself from using the flash.

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6 Types of Light Every Photographer Should Be Prepared For

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Light is one of the most important elements in any photograph. Whether a grand landscape or an intimate portrait, light can make or break an image. Lighting is something that must always be considered when taking a photo, so it is important to understand the different types of lighting and how to make the most out of each.

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Getting More Out Of Your Travel Photography

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If you’re like me, you grew up studying the pages of National Geographic, amazed at the images from around the world. I began to carry a camera on family vacations and realized how fun travel photography can be. Whether you are on the other side of globe, or a day’s travel from home, visiting a new place can be exciting and enlightening.

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