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Using temperature changes to add drama to your HDRs

May 25, 13 Using temperature changes to add drama to your HDRs

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Article Written by Jim Nix I have a confession to make – I love the color blue.  I was somewhat aware of that in the past, but as I have gotten further and further into my photography, I find myself looking for blue in various scenes.  I love shooting anything that has to do with water – it’s often blue.  I love a...

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Facebook Friday – Week 36

Welcome to week 36 of Facebook Friday. These shots are the editor’s choice from the awesome selection of photos uploaded to our HDR facebook page. These images were chosen not simply because they were well processed. Factors such as composition, use of light and colour, and simply the ability to make a person stop in their tracks...

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Learning HDR by analyzing bad HDR

In terms of HDR, we all start on a weak footing, even if we are not aware of it. HDR is not a simple technique, not if you’re looking to create good quality, clean images. The process is undoubtedly a long one to master to any degree. Some people pick it up relatively quickly, while others never seem to progress, which can be...

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Facebook Friday – Week 35

Welcome to week 35 of Facebook Friday. These shots are the editor’s choice from the awesome selection of photos uploaded to our HDR facebook page. These images were chosen not simply because they were well processed. Factors such as composition, use of light and colour, and simply the ability to make a person stop in their tracks...

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An HDR Workflow

Article by Darin Rogers I won’t be discussing any particular topic with this post today, but rather I’ll be walking through the steps I took to process this image. Of course, if you were to process this image yourself, you might do it differently than I do.  Nothing wrong with that.  The only ‘right’ way to process a...

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Facebook Friday – Week 34

Welcome to week 34 of Facebook Friday. These shots are the editor’s choice from the awesome selection of photos uploaded to our HDR facebook page. These images were chosen not simply because they were well processed. Factors such as composition, use of light and colour, and simply the ability to make a person stop in their tracks...

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Tips for capturing reflections

May 02, 13 Tips for capturing reflections

Posted by in Advice, Composition, Featured Photo

Article by Wojciech Toman One of my favourite compositional elements in photography are reflections. You can use them to make composition much more interesting, for example by adding symmetry to your photos. Reflections add a lot of depth and interest to the photos. They can make it much easier to tell the story. Here are some tips...

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Facebook Friday – Week 33

Welcome to week 33 of Facebook Friday. These shots are the editor’s choice from the awesome selection of photos uploaded to our HDR facebook page. These images were chosen not simply because they were well processed. Factors such as composition, use of light and colour, and simply the ability to make a person stop in their tracks...

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