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Fall Foliage Photography Tips

It is no secret that the fall / autumn season attracts many photographers to the most scenic locations of the world, since it presents great photographic opportunities to capture beautiful, vivid colors. This rather short window of opportunity is very … Continue reading

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Take Ten: An easy personal photography project to try

Looking for a personal photography project but don’t have a lot of time? Maybe a Take Ten challenge can help. Whether you are just starting out or have been working in the industry for many years, there can be periods … Continue reading

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How to Focus in Macro Photography

If you’re trying to photograph the small world of plants and bugs, you’ll face plenty of challenges along the way. Macro photography is a difficult genre — you’re pushing up against the physical limits of depth of field, diffraction, and … Continue reading

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Does photography have any more technical limitations?

Something I noticed recently made me stop and think for a moment, since, if true, it means that the modern era of photography is an especially noteworthy time: With very few exceptions, there are no scenes or subjects that are … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Flower Photography at f/1.2

Like many other photographers I enjoy letting my mind wander, seeing if it will lead me to some kind of new photographic experiment that I haven’t tried in the past. The idea of photographing flowers with a prime lens and … Continue reading

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