Photography tips are plentiful among the web - many photographers today are self taught through YouTube, Google and the outreach of blogs and social media. This article aims to help photographers wondering how to effectively achieve long exposure shots with one single exposure. The goal is to maintain one static component of your image while blurring the rest through filters, not Photoshop. The result of filters will be a cleaner, crisper, more natural long exposure image. This article focuses on two compositions I shot while walking around Dubrovnik, Croatia.Read More
Photography Tips / Articles
Photography tips and articles helping photographers learn techniques for better pictures are plentiful on the web. What makes this blog different is my photography tips are free and available. I work to maintain one goal: to help photographers of all levels. Wedding photographers should browse my tips for better portraits and contact me for individualized help as I have photographed multiple weddings including destination weddings, always seeking methods to make sure the bride is always happy.
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This blog's purpose is to help provide tips, tutorials and often a look behind the lens at different photos from my travels to help you improve your travel and landscape photography. This article focuses on a classic Switzerland scene - going from my planning for this picture to the final result shown below. This article is a part of my "Behind the Lens" series helping you understand camera details and equipment used behind these pictures.Read More
Mono Lake is a reminder at the diversity of California and it's photography opportunities. I took a weekend to head out through Lake Tahoe and drop down into the Mammoth area to fully explore Mono Lake and the mysterious tufas. Read more for my 5 photography tips for better pictures at Mono Lake.Read More