Nature photography in Africa

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Sharing my advice about nature photography in Africa

Etienne Oosthuizen
Brenizer Panoramas is a way to get a wide view with shallow depth

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Brenizer Panoramas is a way to get a wide view with shallow depth of field. Two elements of a photography that usually don't go together.

Don’t destroy your photography by giving away free photographs

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we cover the dangers of providing free photographs to publishers and the reasons

What wildlife photographers can learn from landscape photography.

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What wildlife photographers can learn from landscape photography, when they slow down the photography process and think about each photograph individually.

Creating unique wildlife photographs with the use of backgrounds

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Creating amazing wildlife photographs with unique backgrounds is about changing a photographers perspective on how they photograph wildlife.

Colour or Black White, decide this before you take the picture.

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Colour or Black and white, which is best for my wildlife photograph? This is a question many photographers ask them selves, this blog should help you decide

Manipulating depth of field to inspire your photography

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Shooting with a very shallow depth of field and intentionally get the the subject completely out of focus. Then playing with light and shadow to start painting a very abstract view on the animal being photographed.

This is the third incarnation of the Art of backlighting blog. As my own experience with backlighting has increased, so has my understanding of it. Central to this is understanding, is the dynamic range of light. In a practical sense its the ability for a photographer to look at a scene and know if a camera is able to capture all the stops of light within the scene.

PhotoShelter: Photography Websites & Tools for Photographers

This is the third incarnation of the Art of backlighting blog. As my own experience with backlighting has increased, so has my understanding of it. Central to this is understanding, is the dynamic range of light. In a practical sense its the ability for a photographer to look at a scene and know if a camera is able to capture all the stops of light within the scene.