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Tag Archives: focus
In Craft & Vision‘s latest $5US eBook entitled Sharp Shooter, author Martin Baily teaches about focusing techniques you can use to take sharper photographs. It is an in depth look at not only focusing techniques but the theory behind how … Continue reading
My wife drove me all over Syracuse, New York as I rode in the backseat trying to get a good long exposure photo out of the front windshield. Something I have had on my list of things to try for … Continue reading
Earlier this year, Brenda Tharp wrote about Taking Risks as she took part in a creative assignment where you purposely took a photo out of focus. I even commented on how tough I thought getting a good one would be. … Continue reading
If you have seen my flickr photostream in the left sidebar lately, you have noticed I visited the Rosamond Gifford Zoo last week for a Sunset Safari. I had planned on bringing the Nikon 80-400VR f/4.5-5.6 lens. Late in the … Continue reading