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Panning : Cars and Bikes

by This is Part 3 from our Photo Walk in DC. See Part 1, and Part 2. Panning is fun photo technique. It’s not the easiest thing to do as it takes patience, but it sure is rewarding when you nail a shot. I recently posted a behind scenes video of my first attempt at […]

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Photo of the Week : Reflection

by As you practice the technical side of getting correct exposures, do not neglect your creative side of the brain. One way to train yourself is to ask yourself, “What other angle can I shoot from?”, or “How can I take this photo in a not literal way?” What I mean by “literal” is a […]

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Photo of the Week : Cherry Blossoms

by ISO 100, Aperture f/3.5, Shutter Speed 1/500 Aperture Priority Mode. Handheld Canon 20D camera Canon 35mm f/2 Lens Processed with Adobe Lightroom 4 Have you visited Washington DC to see the Cherry Blossoms during its peak? It’s a beautiful site but it’s hard to predict when they will be at its peak and the […]

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Natural Light eBook review

by Here’s a quick review of¬†Natural Light written by Mitchell Kanashkevich. You know how much I stress the importance of light in photography. With proper understanding and use of light your photography can improve dramatically. The good folks over at Digital Photography School recently released an ebook titled Natural Light, so it got my attention. […]

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Window Light Photography Tips

by Window light is one of the best light sources when taking pictures. It provides beautiful soft light. It’s free, and easily available. I use it all the time, whether I’m taking pictures of my kids, or at weddings. Like any light source, you can be creative, and even use the harsh direct sunlight shining […]

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