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3 Macro Alternatives

Macro photography allows us to see everyday life subjects in an interesting, captivating light. As you probably know, true macro photos are taken with a dedicated macro lens, which typically achieve a 1:1 magnification. A good example is Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro lens. The downside of these lenses: they tend to be expensive. […]

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HDR Photography Tips

About HDR Photography

HDR photography is becoming more and more popular these days. Newer DSLR cameras even have a built-in HDR capability. Post processing software like Adobe Lightroom also allows you to merge multiple shots to create an HDR photo. What is HDR photography? HDR is short for High Dynamic Range and it is a technique used in […]

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Waterfall Photography Tips

6 Waterfall Photography Tips

Waterfalls are a popular subject for landscape photography. They can be challenging to photograph but, when done properly, they turn into magical images. Here are a few waterfall photography tips to help you take beautiful pictures. I don’t think anyone really enjoys carrying a tripod around. However, I recommend using a tripod for landscape photography, especially […]

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The Grandiose Sequoias

There is something magical about spending an afternoon among the world’s largest living things. The giant sequoias are the prime attraction of California’s . There are many groves of these big trees scattered through the Sierra Nevada mountains at altitudes between 5,000 and 7,000 feet. The scale of the red giants is impressive. It’s almost […]

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