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Magnificent Macro

Shooting in macro is one of my favorite activities in photography. Do you enjoy it, too?

When I first used my newest macro lens, the 105mm f/2.8, I was blown away by the depth of detail and color it produced, as well as the beautiful bokeh (a photography term for the beautiful blur of the background). 244 more words

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The Importance of a Lens Hood

Reducing lens flare and protecting your lens are two very important considerations in photography. A lens hood can accomplish both of these things, while at the same time improving your image quality. 500 more words

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8 Safety Tips for Wildlife Photography

Safety comes first when photographing wildlife. It may be tempting for you to get as close as possible to the animal that would make your dream shot possible, but in turn you may end up putting yourself in a dangerous situation that could have otherwise been avoided. 436 more words

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Scouting for Location Shoots: A Step-by-Step Checklist

Professional photographers try to be prepared for the unexpected when photographing wildlife and landscapes. Part of that is planning ahead for a location shoot. Here’s a step-by-step checklist to help guide you to a successful day in the field: 451 more words

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What is the Color of Snow?

Although you might think this is a trick question, if you’ve spent any time in photography, particularly with editing software, you know the dilemma.

When you need to custom balance the white, what do you go with? 203 more words

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Best Type of Lens for Landscape Photography

Many people ask what the best type of lens might be for taking landscape photos. Our advice is that it depends on the type of photography you enjoy. 255 more words

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Life Hacks for 2017

So this isn’t much of a photography post but some tips for getting through 2017 in one piece.

After what a crazy year 2015 and 2016 were, I thought I’d make my list of the top 10 things I want to keep in mind going into 2017; 363 more words

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