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How to shoot a fairy tale

12/11/2023 - by

Join me onto a walk into the enchanted autumn forest Join me onto a walk into the autumn night. You can already hear the call of the enchanted forest. The owls announce the magic that is about to happen, the birth of a new fairy tale. The days are getting shorter and the forest floor…

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Unlocking the Power of a Shallow Depth of Field

05/09/2023 - by

Learn to embrace a shallow depth of field Learn to embrace a shallow depth of field and unlock the captivating power of selective focus. In this video, we’ll delve into the art of guiding the viewer’s eye, creating a dreamy and painterly background, and understanding the profound influence of a shallow depth of field on…

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Light metering and exposure compensation

20/08/2023 - by

Light metering and exposure compensation If the images in your camera are sometimes too dark or too bright. Then this video is for you! Learn how to use exposure compensation to get the perfect light. Should I follow my camera’s advice? Do I always agree with its suggestions? In most cases, no! I don’t shoot…

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Post processing flower multiple exposures

12/07/2023 - by

Quick and subtle post processing Creating multiple exposures in-camera doesn’t mean that these images don’t need any post processing at all. How much post processing you do on your flower images? When using the proper camera techniques, they will only need minor post processing. Most work will be done in-camera. Back in the days when…

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An introduction to in-camera multiple exposure

10/07/2023 - by

Multiple exposure, a journey into a new photographic world Multiple exposure is an old technique that already existed long before the digital era. But it’s only quite recent that the feature is incorporated into digital cameras. Combining two or more images to make one in-camera image is a fun way to get creative with your…

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