Tips & Techniques
A step by step guide to achieving the zoom blur effect in-camera. A fun and easy technique to do with any camera and zoom lens.
A review of the AI Augmented Sky tool in Skylum Luminar 4. An essential tool for those that want to be creative with their images in just one click.
Free eBook - 10 tips when Photographing Water Check out another one of our FREE eBooks titled "Travel Photography - 10 Tips for Photographing Water". In the book, we have shared some simple tips based on our combined experience of 5o years in the Travel Photography...
HDR - Is it an essential tool in Travel Photography? Have you ever wanted to capture that perfect scene when travelling only to find your skies are washed out or your foreground is in dark shadows?. Many people we meet simply want to take natural-looking images that...
In this ebook we have shared 10 steps when using Neutral Density 9 and 10 stop filters. This is combined with some great images and a printable Cheat Sheet for calculating your long exposures.
Now there’s probably been a lot of blog posts on how to set up a Copyright Preset in Adobe Lightroom so there may be nothing new here.
This FREE e-book titled “Travel Photography – 10 Tips to get you started” is ideal for the beginner/amateur wanting to learn more about this genre of photography or anybody interested in Travel Photography in general.
People always ask us why we use these when most cameras now have great tools for keeping the camera level. We have been using them for many years attached to our hot-shoe and although initially, we used them only when the camera was mounted on a tripod we have found them to be very useful in other situations. There are many different models and can be found on eBay, Amazon or at your local camera shop.
This is Part 3 in our Venice “Then & Now” series of photos. To see Part 1, which explains more about this project visit -https://www.widescenes.com/italy-venice-then-now-part-1/
This is Part 2 in our Venice “Then & Now” series of photos. You will find a link to Part 1 in this post.
Part 1 in our Venice “Then & Now” series of photos. There are links in the post to Part 2 & Part 3 of the series.
The CPL (Circular Polarizer) is an essential filter for anyone that shoots landscapes or travel.
A while back we had the opportunity to photograph some Steel Wool Light Painting here in Sydney, Australia. Below are some of the images that were captured during the evening. If you ever get the opportunity to do this then you should give it a go. These are very easy...
The Neutral Density filter is a very handy filter to have in your camera bag it should be near the top of your list of “must have” creative filters.
Free eBook - 10 tips for Monochrome Photography Check out another one of our FREE eBook titled "Travel Photography - 10 Tips for Monochrome Photography". In the book, we have shared some simple tips based on our combined experience of 5o years in the Travel...