Four Seasons

Long before it's time to actually fire the camera, landscape photography requires you to make all kinds of considerations.
Kim Castleberry With Chris Gatcum
Long before it's time to actually fire the camera, landscape photography requires you to make all kinds of considerations. The more thoughtful you are about a shoot beforehand, the more likely it is you're going to walk away with images that you really like. Not least among those considerations is…

Stop The Shakes

Switzerland is the perfect country for travel photography.
Text And Photography By Mark Edward Harris
A surfer in Lake Thun moves at a high rate of speed through a static castle and bridge in the background. To freeze the surfer in action, I used a 1/1000 sec. shutter speed at ƒ/4.5 with my Nikon D3 set with an 800 ISO because of the fading late-afternoon…

Better Holiday Portraits

10 tips to take your best family photos this season
By William Sawalich
Holidays are a time when families gather, making it an ideal opportunity for family portraits. One of the nicest places for a family portrait is outside, but since winter weather doesn't always cooperate, it's often best to keep the shoot indoors. Sure, there are challenges, but shooting indoors also eliminates…

Sequence It!

The lip is a little sticky this morning. I'm only going to do this jump once," crackles over the radio. "Are you ready?"
Text And Photography By Tom Bol
The lip is a little sticky this morning. I'm only going to do this jump once," crackles over the radio. "Are you ready?" Dave asks. I answer, "Ready down here. But please be careful. Do whatever jump you want." "I'm going for it!" Dave replies. "This is what I do…

Create A Time-Lapse Video

It’s easier than ever to do with the latest digital cameras and basic software
By Amon Focus
Using time-lapse photography, you can produce videos that are able to show the world in a way in which the human eye doesn't ordinarily see. Plants can grow in mere seconds, a sun can rise above a city in moments, and you can see a complete day unfold in less…

How to Use A Lensbaby

Defined by a combination of focal range, aperture and composition, the "sweet spot" of an image is the area in a photo that's the most sharp and clear.
By David Willis
Defined by a combination of focal range, aperture and composition, the "sweet spot" of an image is the area in a photo that's the most sharp and clear. This sweet spot is used to bring your viewer's attention to the area of the image on which you'd most like them…
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