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Monthly Archives: December 2015

The hows and whys of dodging and burning

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Dodging and burning is a well established photo-editing technique that dates back to conventional darkroom processing. The technique involves making local exposure adjustments to specific parts of an image to make that particular area brighter (dodging) or darker (burning). When…

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Capturing traditions

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Routines don’t necessarily have to be something you do every day, or even every week. Traditions, the more sacred and special routines that we participate in, might not have such a strict and regular time schedule, but they are still…

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How to create beautiful bokeh

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Bokeh is a term derived from the Japanese word for ‘blur’ or ‘haze,’ which refers specifically to the nature of the out-of-focus areas in an image, particularly out-of-focus point-light sources. It is increasingly common to hear photographers discussing bokeh, often…

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Leave scene mode behind

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When you’re getting to grips with the huge possibilities presented to you by your camera, it might be tempting to stay within the comfort zone of the scene modes, even if you’re brave enough to step away from Auto. But…

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What is a prosumer drone and is one for you?

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The drone market exploded in 2010 when Parrott—previously known for in-car entertainment systems—released the AR.Drone. Its intuitive iPhone control system, built-in camera, and accessible price stole the show at CES—the Consumer Electronics Show, held in Las Vegas every year—arguably creating…

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