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Photography Tips – The Colors of Snow- like a fresh white canvas, a new blanket of snow is a perfecly primed medium for painting with sthe subtle hues of winter. From Outdoor Photographer. We always think of snow as
Photography Tips – Delicate Arch, Lightning and Iridium Flare. From Outdoor Photographer. I was at Arches for an Astrophotography Workshop with Brad Goldpaint, who is a fantastic instructor, by the way.
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Photography Tips – Five Composition Tips for Better Nature Photography from Popular Photography. A snapshot shows the world what your camera sees, but a thoughtfully composed photograph shows the world what you see. While composition can be complex, several
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