Category Archives: Photoguide

Palm Beach at Sunrise, Palm Beach, Sydney, NSW, Australia Since I released my 12 Best Photography Spots for Classical Sydney Skyline article in 2009 I received hundreds thank you e-mails from around the world from people who travelled to Sydney and used my guide for creating Sydney photos. So finally I decided to create another […]

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In different landscape photography articles I often see a recommendation to use very small aperture like f/22 to get maximum depth-of-field (DOF) have every thing in focus from “you nose till horizon”. (This also known as “near-far composition”). While this is absolutely right I cannot agree with that advice. Why? Simply because the quality of […]

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Have you looked at a seascape photo and wondered how to create that misty water effect or capture stunning sunrise? Here you’ll find seascape and coastal photography tips and tricks used by professionals for taking stylish and artistic landscape pictures that stand out from amongst the crowd. These tips will help you take great digital […]

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Picture: Flat Rock Falls, Blue Mountains National Park, NSW, Australia Internet is full of articles explaining Depth of Field theory, Hyperfocal Distance, how to calculate DOF and hyperfocal distance, DOF tables for different lenses and even DOF calculators iPhone. They all are pretty much the same, using the same formulas and the same words. I […]

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Street food stall, Shanghai, China During my last trips to Japan and China I had to shoot a lot with low light and without a tripod so after that I decided to put down a few notes on how to shoot photos with handheld camera and at slow shutter speed. Here are a few tips […]

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