Using Neutral Density Filters To Affect Shutter Speed

Using Neutral Density Filters To Affect Shutter Speed

Creative use of shutter speed and using neutral density (ND) filters to show movement during the day How is it in those crowded tourist spots do some photographers capture images with no people in them? Are they spending hours in Photoshop removing them? Maybe, but...
How Looking Up in your Photography Creates Unique Images

How Looking Up in your Photography Creates Unique Images

Change the perspective in your photography by looking up. What is looking up in photography? Any time we aim our camera upward would be considered looking up photography. Whenever you choose to photograph objects that are above your head. For example, things in trees,...
When to Use a Fast Shutter Speed?

When to Use a Fast Shutter Speed?

What does using a fast shutter speed do to an image? Shutter speed is one of the ways we can control the outcome of an image. We can choose to create motion using slower shutter speeds and we can freeze the motion using faster shutter speeds. In this article, we’ll...
Using Shutter Speed For A Scene With High Contrast

Using Shutter Speed For A Scene With High Contrast

How to use your shutter speed in a scene with dark and bright light You’ve been there, you walk into a gorgeous landscape or city scene and the light is amazing. The shadows are amazing. They are both incredible. The question is how can I shoot this? What can I do to...
Using Shutter Speed to Break the Rules

Using Shutter Speed to Break the Rules

How to break shutter speed rules and still create epic images! What’s the first thing you notice when you look at an image? Is it sharp and in focus or not? Right? It’s one of the main ‘rules’ of photography. Well, there are times when you don’t want a tack sharp...

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