Stories tagged with photography-techniques

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Behind the Shot: Flames of the North

Nature photographer Erez Marom had cold feet - literally - when he created this image. Standing (with thermal boots on) in the freezing waters of a glacier lagoon in Iceland, he saw an opportunity to capture a unique ice formation in the foreground, distant snow-capped mountains and the Aurora Borealis above it all. In this article he explains how he used focus stacking to get the look he wanted for his final image, 'Flames of the North'. Learn more

Get more accurate color with camera calibration
Improvements in your technique don't have to be dramatic to have a profound impact on your workflow and quality of images. Travel photographer Steve Davey looks at how camera color profiles can speed up your workflow.
Bad Weather = Good Photography

Grey skies, rain and high winds are no reason not to go out with the camera. This article explains how to get good shots even in the worst of weather.

Ireland: A Photographers' Guide
Once upon a time Ireland was a much talked-about dream destination for photographers. But although not as trendy as it used to be, this little island is still well worth a visit. Carsten Krieger explains why.
Editing on the road
If you travel without a laptop and don't edit your pictures until you get back from a trip, you might be missing one of the best opportunities to improve your travel photography. In this short article, award-winning travel photographer Steve Davey explains why you should embrace editing on the road.
Digital lo-fi photography - Part 1

Even though lo-fi photographic styles have all come from the analog world of film, these techniques are finding their way in to the digital realm. Retro filters included in newer cameras and social photo sharing applications are most likely the catalyst for lo-fi's recent popularity.

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