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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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5 Reasons Why You Need a Tripod

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Part of becoming a professional photographer is realizing what gear you need for the kind of images you want to produce. A tripod is an essential part to any photographer’s collection – whether your goal is to stabilize an image or to keep your composition where you want it.

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Hyperstereograms: Cloud Photos in 3D!

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You can create a 3D photo by combining two photos taken about 2 or 3 inches apart, approximately the distance between human eyes. The photos are merged by software creating a red/cyan anaglyph or other presentation formats for 3D.

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5 Simple Steps to Sharper Photos

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Taking razor-sharp photos is a pursuit of many photographers – crisp, defined edges and incredible texture creates a whole new dimension to your photos. However, there is a reason why professional images appear to be sharper than the average hobbyist – they follow a few simple, but key steps in order to eliminate camera vibration and make sure that their scene is as sharp as possible.

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How to Photograph a Meteor Shower

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Summertime has arrived, the sun shines, the nights are warm and one of the biggest meteor showers approaches its date: The Perseids. Major meteor showers like the Perseids produce 50-100 meteors or shooting stars per hour under unpolluted clear skies it’s a very nice show to see and it’s also a very nice event for photography.

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HDTR Photography – Capturing Time Flow

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Not to be confused with HDR, HDTR means “High Dynamic Time Range Photography”, the basic concept is to create a photo that shows different states of the same scene as time passed. In our example time flows from left to right converting a daytime cityscape in a night-time shot.

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