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Xposure
“This is the John Moulton Homestead Barn and Pumphouse, at Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. The Grand Teton Mountains in the background were barely visible due to the smoke from the wildfires in Oregon that were burning when I took
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Celebrate The New Year With These Magical Wildlife Images
The winners of the 2020 Nature Photographer of the Year contest have been announced, with Roberto Marchegiani taking the top prize for his remarkable image of a giraffe dwarfed by a vast, dark forest, entitled Jurassic Park. Chair of the judges Magda
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Winter At The Beach
2 HOURS We tend to think of a beach as a place for sunshine and swimming, but when it’s cold and blustery it can be just as exciting for photography. You might be met with a brooding sky, delicate frost, thick fog, or even a full-on snowstorm, and al
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Make Complex Selections Fast With The Magic Wand
The ease with which you can make successful selections in Photoshop depends in large part on choosing the right tool for the job. There are lots of powerful tools to choose from – the Quick Selection Tool, the Object Selection Tool, and Select Subjec
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Canon Rf 100-500mm F/4.5-7.1l Is Usm
www.canon.co.uk £2,899/$2,699 The Canon RF 100-500mm f/4.5-7.1L IS USM is the first super-telephoto zoom lens for EOS R-series mirrorless cameras, with a focal length that offers plenty of flexibility for shooting sports, wildlife and other subjects.
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Apps
N-Photo is a monthly magazine for Nikon photographers, and is packed with technique and Photoshop video lessons every month. http://bit.ly/3atHLfO https://apple.co/2TNE26T A monthly magazine that aims to improve your photography with an inspirational
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Instantkon Sf70 Is A New Take On A Retro Legend
Analog camera specialist Mint has announced the InstantKon SF70, an instant film camera that reimagines the legendary Polaroid SX-70 but adds a raft of manual controls. The InstantKon SF70 is built on solid foundations, being a revamp of one of the b
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Transform Your Landscapes With Filters
Ask almost any landscape photographer and they will tell you one of the most – if not the most – important tools that you can employ to improve your photography and creativity is filters. I still remember the day, many years ago, when I was first int
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Filter Types
Filters come in two main formats: round filters that screw onto the filter thread of your lens, and square/rectangular slot-in filters that attach via a holder. Each type has its pros and cons. One of the main reasons to use threaded filters is to pr
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Neutral Density Filters
Solid neutral density filters (as opposed to the ‘graduated’ variety) are one of the landscape photographer’s most essential tools. These are semiopaque, and reduce the amount of light passing through them across all wavelengths equally, so that when
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Graduated Filters
Graduated neutral density filters, usually referred to as ND grads, differ from standard ND filters in that the filter effect is graduated from dark at the top to clear at the bottom, with a transition area in the middle. Graduated filters are mostly
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Polarising Filters
Polarising filters work by only allowing light from a single direction to enter the lens while blocking it from other directions. They’re constructed with a sheet of polarised glass at the front of the filter which can be rotated to determine the dir
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Specialist Filters
While neutral density filters, ND grads and polarisers are the filters most commonly used day-to-day by pros, there are a handful of more specialist filters that you’ll often find in their kit bags. These filters are similar to a standard ND grad, bu
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Xposure
Photography Week has teamed up with GuruShots, ‘The world’s greatest photography game’, to showcase the winning images from a series of photo challenges. These are the winning and commended images from the Mostly White challenge ENOLA, UNITED STATES
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Celebrate Christmas With A Stunning Aurora Light Show
What better way to celebrate Christmas than with a collection of breathtaking images of our planet’s most spectacular natural light show, courtesy of the annual Northern Lights Photographer of the Year showcase. Each year travel photography blog Capt
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Take Food Photos That Look Good Enough To Eat
1 HOUR Succulent strawberries, melt-in-the-mouth chocolate or a slap-up Sunday roast – food is an evocative subject to photograph. But in order to capture images that make food look as good as it tastes, you need to follow a few simple tips and trick
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Canon Imageprograf Pro-300 Printer
https://bit.ly/2JKQYaI £699/$899 The Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300 is a high-quality A3+ photo printer with a 13-inch printing width that’s designed to deliver fabulous-looking output on both glossy and matte media. It replaces the highly-rated Canon PI
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5 Creative Indoor Portrait Setups
Portrait photography hasn’t been easy for most of this year. Lockdowns, and restrictions on meeting others outside of your bubble, can make it tricky to find suitable subjects to shoot. Add to that the impending colder weather, and it can be difficul
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How To… get The Infrared Look
This scene of Lake Bled in Slovenia looks like it’s come out of a fairytale, so we’ve given it a suitably enchanting treatment: black-and-white infrared. Genuine infrared images can only be captured in-camera, using either a dense IR filter or an IR-
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01 Simple One-light Portraits
When it comes to using off-camera flash, it can be really tempting to overcomplicate things with elaborate, multiple-light setups. But having more lights does not always mean better results. Remember, it’s not the number of lights you use that counts
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Luminar AI Promises To ‘Reinvent’ Photo Editing
Skylum has launched Luminar AI, with the promise that this new version of the software will “reinvent traditional photo editing”. Skylum is keen to tap into a new market of photographers who just want great-looking images without time-consuming techn
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02 Neon Photography At Home
Vivid neon colours have seen a big resurgence within portrait photography recently, and this technique aims to replicate the iconic aesthetic using a super-simple lighting hack. In order to give the lighting a colourful tint, we’re going to use a set
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Neon Portrait
There are a vast number of colour combinations to choose from when your using lighting gels, so the possibilities are virtually endless. If you’re struggling to make a final choice, try using a colour wheel to plan out a mixture of complementary or c
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03 Slit Lighting Effect
This style of moody, low-key lighting is normally created by placing a light modifier – commonly referred to as a gobo – in front of your flash. Gobos are available in a whole range of shapes and sizes, and can generate a variety of different pattern
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