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Tips for Post-Processing Your Beach Photos

I would like to offer up a few quick and easy tips to help make your ocean/beach photography stand out.  I have spent the past week shooting a lot of beach and surf photography for a few different clients.  Some of this work was actually in an event setting, so there was a lot of feedback and response to the various …

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Comparing Long Exposure Noise Between Cameras

If you have ever tried your hand at night photography, it is possible you have encountered digital noise in your photos caused by the process of capturing long exposures.  Despite the advances in technology associated with the sensors that go into today’s digital cameras, capturing long exposures pushes the limits of the electronic components of our cameras and can result …

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Vanguard Alta Pro 263AT Tripod Review

In the world of tripods, there are many choices available to the photographer. The range of price is almost as wide as the number of tripods on the market. In this article, I am going to review one of the many tripods available, the Vanguard Alta Pro 263AT tripod.  I purchased this tripod with the GH-100 pistol grip head.  I …

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Ten More Post Processing Tips & Tricks

Some Tips & Tricks To Improve Your Post Production Workflow Post processing digital images in Lightroom & Photoshop to many photographers is a great way to make our digital images as best as they can be. From a simple crop to complex luminosity masking techniques, there are always tips and tricks to be learned along the way that make it …

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Pet Photography Tips From A Veterinary Technician

Remember that old commercial for hair replacement, where the guy said: “I’m not just the president of Hair Club For Men, I’m also a client”? If not, then perhaps you’re just not as old as me. My point is that when it comes to Pet Photography…well, I’m not just a photographer, I’m also a Veterinary Technician with over 20 years …