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5 Ways To Truly Explore a Single Photographic Subject

From Lightstalking,

When you start to get serious about photography, something becomes very apparent to you – that getting different effects while photographing the same subject doesn’t need to be particularly difficult. It is actually quite easy to render totally different effects on a single subject using a few tried and tested tactics. What you will come to realise is the variety of outcomes that can come from that single object is quite remarkable.

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5 Tips To Transform Your Photography With Long Exposures

Jim Goldstein writes,

Employing long exposure photography techniques is a great way to create an image that makes others go “Wow!”. If you’re unfamiliar with long exposure photography the major ingredient needed is low light conditions, which will require your camera to expose for longer periods of time. In fact it’s even possible to use filters to reduce the amount of light that comes through your lens so as to produce long exposures even during the brightest times of day. Long exposures enable photographers to create an abstracted or surreal visual experience as opposed to reproducing a scene as we might see with our naked eye. In this regard long exposures allow you to artistically create something from a subject or scene that might otherwise seem ordinary with more standard photographic techniques.

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What a Typical Digital Management Workflow Looks Like

Jason Row writes on the Lightstalking blog.

Until a few years ago, workflow was a virtually unheard of word. Now it is the mantra of nearly every professional photographer but what does it mean? Well, put simply, its carrying out the day to day work tasks in a consistent and hence efficient way. Following on from my last article on Digital Image Management I want to talk about my workflow for ingesting and organizing images.

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