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How to Create a Panography

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A panography is a collage made from several photos overlapping the same scene in an unordered manner. The result imitates a collage made on paper cutting several different photos to create a bigger scene. It’s like a panorama for kids!

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How To Do the Harris Shutter Effect

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The Harris Shutter was invented by Robert Harris of Kodak for making color photographs with the different primary color layers exposed in separate time intervals in succession. The term Harris shutter is also applied to the technique or effect.

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Tips for Taking Daytime Long Exposure Photos

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A long exposure can be used as a tool to improve a composition, it can be used to either simplify elements in a photo making them less important or in the opposite way creating a dynamic shape to enhance the weight of the element in the composition.

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Quick Steps to Better Bokeh

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For many photographers, bokeh is a beautiful phenomenon that can transform an image. However, many photographers aren’t exactly sure what causes bokeh – it shows up in some of their images but not in others, so what’s the difference? What can I do as a photographer to make sure that bokeh appears when I want it to?

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Seven (lucky number) Tips for Using Your Polarizer

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The polarizer is the flagship filter for landscape photographers and it’s also used in other types of photography too. In this short article I will try to discuss how to properly use the polarizer and maybe spark a few new ideas as well.

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Shooting Surfing Photos From in the Water

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Regardless of how much I get paid doing it, I shoot surfing simply because I love it. I can’t put into words that fleeting moment between a surfer and I while we share the same existence in the belly of a wave, it’s indescribable. The only thing I can say is that you’ll have to experience it for yourself.

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5 Composition Tips for Landscape Photography

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To get impressive landscape images, you have to think outside of the box and beyond the stunning vista before you. Composition is a key component in any image, but it can take an average vacation snapshot and transform it into a true work of art.

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