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Digital Photography: Capturing and Conveying Motion

Time to come back to one of the three most basic parts of using a D-SLR or a point and shoot camera.  But first, a refresher on how to take the right picture with the most basic formula of phtoography, … Continue reading

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Digital Photography, Beyond The Basics: Focus-Stacking

Today it’s time to step up and take the picture editing process, and your photography to the next level. All picture editing software worth its salt uses a method of picture editing called layers.  Layers are very simple to understand.  Just … Continue reading

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Digital photography and CSI?

To a lot of people, it seems difficult to be able to remember all of the parts that make a camera do what it does.  What a camera does is nothing more than remembering the last time you watched CSI, … Continue reading

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Digital Photography Definitions

Here are a few terms people find confusing… Aperture:  The hole that allows light to come into the camera.  Determined by the lens and the camera settings.  Point of confusion:  It seems backwards, but the aperature setting is determined by … Continue reading

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Digital Photography: “Don’t go chasing waterfalls…”

We’ve talked a little bit about aperture, and we’ve talked just a little on shutter speed.  How can I make this blur from a slower shutter speed really make my pictures shine?  Easy, you only blur part of the picture. … Continue reading

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