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  • When most photographers are wanting to capture all the dynamic range and detail in their images, David deChemin likes to be different.  In this article that I want to share with you today David discusses creating images that have mood.  Take a couple minutes to read, Exposing for Highlights

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    When i go out, I always appreciate dramatic light for my landscape pictures.  This image above was not planned for the clouds.  I went out hoping to get a sunset picture with alpen-glow behind the trees.  After setting up my camera, the clouds rolled in but because of the ...

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      As nature photographers, we often go hiking to find subjects to photograph.  When I return I feel refreshed and more creative from the walk out in nature on the trails.  There is just something about being in the natural environment that has me feeling  closer to God and seems to ...

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    Once again here is a topic that seems to be repeated more and more every year, photography etiquette!  Today I am sharing a recent article by Tony Sweet.  He discusses some of the problems he has run into in the Palouse area where other photographers have been using poor etiquette.  We all need...

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    As landscape and nature photographers, we tend to travel to places not near us for capturing beautiful pictures.  But do we plan ahead before we go?  We should and today i am sharing an article by Clint Burkinshaw where he gives some examples why planning ahead is good and he lists ways that ...

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    Landscape photography! Often times all we talk about is equipment and composition, but there is so much more.  Just the experience of being out in nature is also a thrill.  In this video, Thomas Heaton does an excellent job of discussing this topic.  The video is only a little over 2 minutes,...

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    What sets one photograph apart from another of the same subject?  Character!  Especially if you are talking about flower photography.  Today I am sharing an article by close-up/macro photographer Mike Moats.  In his article he discusses this very topic and gives us examples of his work ...

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    How often do we all go to a location and start immediately clicking off pictures, not realizing we may not be showing our passion for the place in the images.  Photographer Lace Anderson shares an article that can help us all with this.  She says, "You can stumble upon a well-photographed object...

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    As a photographer, I would often see pictures on other photographers websites and figured that most every shot they took were keepers.  But I was wrong, they just shoot a lot!  Today's shared article is by Mike Moats and he is discussing this very topic.  Mike's article may just open your eyes ...

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    Processing of our pictures can be a daunting task and knowing where to stop the process can be even harder.  Often we start with a few little tweek and an hour later the picture does not look like the original scene we started with.  Matt Kloshowski had a recent article with 3 tips that can help...

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