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10 important tips when shooting landscape photographs

The golden hour

one of the most important things when shooting landscapes, or any other genre in photography is having good light. Without good light, your image might not have great, strong impact that highlights or illuminates your subject that you are shooting. Many times one has too much light or too little light in a photograph, causing overexposed or underexposed images.

Have you ever taken an image and realised that the…

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Added by Juan Wernecke on August 7, 2012 at 1:08am — No Comments

HDR vs. Manual blending

High Dynamic Range vs. Manual Blending

 

As you all know, the human eye can see several exposures, but your camera can only capture one at a time, therefore making it very hard to get similar results when capturing a photograph. There is however a solution to make it easier as well as achievable. It’s also very enjoyable and the results are much more satisfying compared to a single exposure!

For both of these methods, I do recommend shooting RAW at all…

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Added by Juan Wernecke on May 24, 2012 at 12:31pm — 5 Comments

Landskap fotografie tegnieke

Hi julle



Ek het besluit om so stukkie te skryf oor hoe ek my fotos neem en hoe ek hulle bymekaar sit.



Eerste kort mens n DSLR kamera en n stewige tripod

Sonder n tripod gan mens baie sukkel om Landskap foto perfek te neem, die fotos sal nie altyd skerp wees nie of dit sal baie "blur" in die foto he omdat die shutter spoed nie altyd reg sal wees vir sekere lig omstandighede nie, veral as dit begin donker word.



Tweede kort mens ook n CPL…

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Added by Juan Wernecke on April 18, 2012 at 12:41am — 3 Comments

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