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ISO: To Push or Not To Push?

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Low-light situations always require you to consider what to choose for compensation of insufficient lighting – either longer shutter speed, open aperture, ISO increase or flash usage. Let’s presume that technical aspects are clear – shutter speed is responsible for motion freezing-blurring, aperture affects depth of field, ISO increase brings up noise, and flash alters the lighting in general.

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A Simple Workflow for RAW Processing

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In a previous article I discussed 7 reasons to shoot RAW. If you are looking for the most flexibility and the best image quality you can squeeze from your camera, RAW is the way to go. In this post I’m going to discuss a simple workflow for RAW that will produce a nice final result.

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A Few Tips for Using Rectangular Filters in Photography

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This is the first article of a two part series about the world of rectangular filters. These are the ones you use along with a filter holder instead of screwing them to the lens. The most popular filter used from a holder is the graduated neutral density filter (grad-ND) and I will discuss a basic setup and a few tips.

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The ND Filter: Turning Average Photos into Extraordinary Images

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If a neutral density filter isn’t a part of your photography gear collection, perhaps this side-by-side comparison will convince you of its value. Visuals speak volumes, and although you may read of the many benefits of an ND filter, it’s always nice to see the difference it can make.

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Two Ways to Capture More Color in Your Landscape Photos

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When I first started photographing landscapes, I thought buying an SLR would instantly provide me with deeper, more colorful landscape photos. In theory, I was right – it provided me with the means to capture more vibrant landscapes, but I still needed to take extra steps to make it happen.

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