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6 Decisions to Making a Good Photo

   11 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

Today we are going to be shooting a photo that I have been wanting to do for a while now, but just haven?t made the time. There are these beautiful wildflowers that grow up on a hill near my house that I envisioned for this kite shot. Here are 6 decisions that I need to […]

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7 More Composition Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photos

   11 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

Composition is so important in creating an image and it’s a cornerstone of the four key elements that make up a photo: subject, light, timing, and composition. However, one of the hardest things to learn in landscape photography is seeing that image and putting the elements together in the most pleasing arrangement. I am always […]

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Rediscovering the Orotone

   10 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

The modern orotone can be created in a number of ways, the most popular using a coating of liquid emulsion on a glass plate with a gelatine base. This method produces some excellent results with a minimum of effort. Embush?s Gate. 4×5 glass plate orotone, Ilford FP4, 2 sec, f16. Peter O?Donnell, 2018 Rollei produces […]

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Samsung Unveils the World?s First 64-Megapixel Smartphone Sensor

   10 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

Samsung just announced the world’s first 64-megapixel smartphone camera sensor, less than a year after Sony made waves with its groundbreaking 48-megapixel smartphone sensor. The new Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor features an ultra-small pixel size of 0.8 micrometers (?m), the same size found on Sony’s IMX586 sensor and currently the smallest pixel size on […]

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Ep. 321: Doesn?t Adobe Have Enough Money Already?!!! ? and more

   09 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

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Shooting a Milky Way Moonrise from an Airplane Seat

   09 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

A couple of weeks ago I was blessed with a sight that truly left me in a state of awe. Shortly after leveling off onboard United 534 from Honolulu to Los Angeles, I tried my luck with some astrophotography over the crisp Pacific Ocean skies. Having had some experience with these types of images in […]

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This Milky Way Photo on Nat Geo is Raising Eyebrows

   08 May 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

National Geographic recently published a series of gorgeous photos by photographer Beth Moon that shows some of the world’s oldest trees under the stars. But one photo, in particular, is now raising eyebrows after sharp-eyed readers noticed something strange about it. The article, titled “See the world?s oldest trees by starlight,” was published on April […]

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Photographer?s Shark Photo Recreates Iconic ?Jaws? Movie Poster

   08 May 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

British photographer Euan Rannachan was shooting underwater off the coast of Mexico last year when he captured an incredible photo of a great white shark swimming up toward the surface of the water. The picture bears an uncanny resemblance to the iconic poster for the 1975 movie Jaws. Rannachan was shooting from within a shark […]

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How to Create In-Camera Effects with a Bride?s Wedding Veil

   07 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

In this video and article, we?ll show you how you can use a bridal veil to create interesting flares and light leaks in-camera. It can be hard to get the right amount of flare in an image, especially when the sun is overpowering the frame. Here is a simple trick we like to use to […]

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Godox Flash Firmware Updates Bring Support for Canon?s Crippled Cameras

   07 May 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

Canon upset photographers recently after it was discovered that its latest entry-level DSLR cameras lack the standard center hotshoe pin common on cameras, making them incompatible with many affordable 3rd-party flashes. But there’s good news: Godox has responded by releasing firmware updates that fix this issue. Photographer Michael Andrew (AKA Michael the Maven) first alerted […]

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