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Digital Photography Motion In the Arena and On the Track

The Photoshop and photography Guru Scott Kelby once proclaimed something along the lines of “if you want to be a great sports photographer, the first thing you need is a really big wallet!”  And, he’s right on the money. One … Continue reading

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Digital Photography ND Filters

If you decide you want to shoot a slower shutter speed to blur action, the bright sunlight will not allow for a shutter speed slow enough to blur the motion. Another really good example of when to use a slower … Continue reading

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Digital Photography Quick Histogram Tip

Okay, so you’ve got the basics of the histogram and how it can help. One use for the histogram is you do not have to see your entire image on a little tiny 2 ½ or 3 inch screen, but … Continue reading

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Digital Photography: The Most Powerful Tool On Your Camera

Today, I’m going to drop a few tips on a very little understood tool that comes on almost every camera. it is called the histogram. Now, before everyone starts freaking out, even though the histogram is a chart and it … Continue reading

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Digital Photography and Polarized Filters

Can you name me the one set of filters that photoshop and friends cannot reproduce the effects of, without some major image overhaul or reconstruction? If you guessed the polarized filters, congratulations, you read the title. I’ve never been a … Continue reading

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