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Tips for Taking Daytime Long Exposure Photos

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A long exposure can be used as a tool to improve a composition, it can be used to either simplify elements in a photo making them less important or in the opposite way creating a dynamic shape to enhance the weight of the element in the composition.

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Quick Steps to Better Bokeh

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For many photographers, bokeh is a beautiful phenomenon that can transform an image. However, many photographers aren’t exactly sure what causes bokeh – it shows up in some of their images but not in others, so what’s the difference? What can I do as a photographer to make sure that bokeh appears when I want it to?

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Seven (lucky number) Tips for Using Your Polarizer

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The polarizer is the flagship filter for landscape photographers and it’s also used in other types of photography too. In this short article I will try to discuss how to properly use the polarizer and maybe spark a few new ideas as well.

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Shooting Surfing Photos From in the Water

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Regardless of how much I get paid doing it, I shoot surfing simply because I love it. I can’t put into words that fleeting moment between a surfer and I while we share the same existence in the belly of a wave, it’s indescribable. The only thing I can say is that you’ll have to experience it for yourself.

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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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