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Continuing where the first article, Beginner Tips for Better Photography, left off, now we’re on to Intermediate tips! For this article Steve and I will be combining our knowledge to give you a broader spectrum of advice. ———- Now that you’ve mastered the basics of photography and have gained a good amount of experience, you [...]
As you may know, I spent August 25th through the 29th enjoying the events surrounding the MotoGP motorcycle race in Indianapolis, Indiana. I rented a Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6L IS USM Telephoto Zoom Lens from Pro Photo Rental, which I will review next week (spoiler: I LOVED IT). I had a TON of fun honing [...]
The photo above demonstrates the lovely soft effect of photographing the motion blur of a waterfall. Here’s how you do it. 1. Arrive on location either just before dawn or just after sunset. The lower light level will help compensate the need to use a slower shutter speed in order to capture the motion blur, [...]
Each month we feature a month-long “challenge”: one photographic “theme” in which participants are encouraged to take photos of a certain subject, and one “technical challenge” in which participants will use a certain photography technique. Readers are encouraged to post their results in the Beyond Megapixels Photo Pool on Flickr. This month’s theme is “motion”. [...]
“Una contro tutte” by Steciok on Flickr Creative Commons. A Wordless Wednesday contribution. Tweet
I’ve got a back-issue of Popular Photography Magazine sitting here in front of me (February 2009, specifically), which I was idly flipping through while talking on the phone with my husband. The cover title, “Create Magic in 5 Seconds,” caught my eye. I read the article, and decided it would be a fun challenge to [...]