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Learning to shoot manual

Understanding your camera will provide you more confidence and more artistic photographs.  But how do you do this when everything available seems to confuse you?  There are a ton of manuals, lots of dials and buttons, everything just seems overwhelming. How do you learn without getting frustrated even before you begin? It’s not about dials […]

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Get out of Auto Mode!

  This blog post is for the thick-skinned.  No sugar-coating here.  Read only if you want a little aggressive push to get to the next level.  This article is not about whether shooting auto is good or bad, its just fine.  This is about how to move on to the next step in photography, shooting […]

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Show #25–Shooting in Manual Mode

Host Mike Howard, Tim Kemperle and Kathleen Bowie discussing taking photos in Manual Mode.  The host are later joined by a previous guest, Scott Greene (Show #22).  I almost named this show “I Smell a RAT”.  To find out why, watch the show!     NEWS: Nikon D4  – http://www.dpreview.com/articles/7799914638/nikon-d4-overview Adds the ability to add […]

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Show #6–Exposure

Host Mike Howard is once again joined by Tim Kemperle for a “back to the basics” discussion about Exposure.   We will be posting a more complete post at a later date covering Exposure, but for now here are the basics discussed in the show.   Exposure is made up primarily of three components, from […]

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