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Most new SLRs have the ability to create “in camera” multiple exposures. Ergo, that taking multiple shots and stacking one atop of the other in one image file.
Digital Focus Stacking is a technique that allows you to get tack sharp images of close up (ergo Macro Photography) objects.
Photos, like the one shown above, combine two disciplines executed during a single exposure:
I: Photographing stars as fixed objects
II: Lighting an interesting foreground element using the moon or light painting techniques.
There’s a revolution underway allowing cameras to record the world as we see it.
Important things to know when tweaking your pics in Aperture.
There are pros & cons to choosing prime over zoom lens.
One or the other or both?
DSLR technology has come a long way, but no one camera can yet do it all. Crop and Full Frame (FF) cameras are very different tools geared for different subject matter.
Taking game pics like banging your head against the wall? You expect “Sports Illustrated” and instead get out of focus images where your subjects are the size of ants!
I’ve been been chomping at the bit to explore Glacier for many years. This September seemed like the perfect op as the park was starting to show it’s fall colors and the park’s summer crowds were subsiding.