Rear Curtain Shutter Sync – What it is and how it can help you A flash mode that you should ALWAYS have ON in the menu of your DSLR is Rear Curtain Sync.This is a flash option that is available on most intermediate to advanced DSLRs that I have engaged 100% of the time on
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Utah – Zion, Bryce Canyon, Moab, Canyonlands and Arches National Park – Part 2 Utah is one of those places that it would be best just to live there rather than visit. There is just too much to see and photograph. So I chose these four parks to visit in the time I had available.
The Start of our National Park Photography Trip Just to be clear as to the purpose and origin of this National Park Photography Trip: In 2007ish my wife and I bought a few acres in Costa Rica. In fact I am writing this right now in Costa Rica at a friends house (next to an
Tilt-Shift Effect made easy. Follow the step by step process in this instructional video. Guest post by Andrew Ducker: How to create tilt-shift in Photoshop from Andrew Ducker on Vimeo.
How to create light leaks using Photoshop Guest post by Andrew Ducker This video tutorial on how to create light leaks using Photoshop gives click by click instructions. Clear and concise instruction. To view our other instructional video’s go to visit our Photography How To page. How to create light leaks in Photoshop * This video is
Vignette in Photoshop CS5 Guest Post By: Andrew Ducker This video takes you step by step the process of the best way to vignette in Photoshop CS5. The best way to vignette an image in Photoshop from Andrew Ducker on Vimeo We also have these titles: How to create light leaks in Photoshop Create Tilt-Shift
Carnival Time-Lapse This Carnival Time-lapse was shot on a Nikon D300 in Bellevue, Kentucky. The colorful lights make for an interesting subject and the people getting on and off the rides give it a personal element that people can identify with. Carnival Timelapse