Hyperfocal Focus

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Sometimes to get it all in focus, it has to all be out of focus. Shooting photos you often find yourself wanting an object in the foreground and an object in the background both in focus. This can be a frustrating situation. Inevitably, focusing on either...



12 Tips for Taking Awesome Fishing Photos

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WANT TO TAKE BETTER FLY FISHING PHOTOS? Just the other day one our Facebook followers asked if I would post some tips for taking better fishing photos. I've written a good bit on the subject, but the articles are scattered across the site. I thought this...



ISO

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TODAY'S PHOTOGRAPHY TIP IS SIMPLE BUT IMPORTANT. Formerly known as ASA, the ISO setting on your camera adjusts the sensor's sensitivity to light. Some cameras are capable of adjusting their own ISO. If yours is not, you will get better results by adjusting this setting for...



Camera Care in Saltwater

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My cameras take a beating. On a trip to the Deschutes I dunked my Nikon D300s so badly that when I took the lens off, water poured out of the body. I was sure it was done but I pulled the battery out and set...



Getting Sharper Photos In Low Light

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IT'S NO COINCIDENCE THAT WHEN THE LIGHT GETS PRETTY, IT ALSO GETS LOWER. That is to say that like low water, there just isn't much of it. Those early morning and late evening shots are beautiful but challenging. Low light means slow shutter speeds and, all...