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How to Photograph Seascapes

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How to Photograph Seascapes

The ocean is a wonderful place. If you’re like most humans, you are attracted to the crashing waves, the wet sand and the calling birds. People find peace at the ocean, so it naturally follows that people also like to take photos of those crashing waves, wet sand and calling birds. And you can get some particularly marvelous photos by the sea—but there’s definitely an art to doing it well. Keep reading to find out how. Continue Reading »

Beach photography

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Beach photography

If seascapes are about nature, then beach photos are about people. I don’t have to tell you that your approach to each of these subjects is going to be very different. When shooting the water, rocks and the shoreline in general, you want to communicate a mood of tranquillity and beauty, or perhaps even one of ferocity, depending of course on the weather. But when you’re shooting the beach on a sunny day, you’ve got a very different mood to capture. Summer fun, family time, youth, sports and recreation – you’re going to need to tempo up a little and change your perspective. Here are a few tips for getting the most out of those beach photos.
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Photographing the Sea

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Photographing the Sea

One of the most dramatic subjects for your lens is the sea. It’s calm, powerful, seemingly endless, and ever changing depending on the lighting. With all those characteristics, you want to ensure that your trip to the sea with your camera pays off, so I put together a few tips of ideas you may not have thought of… so, pack your sunblock and beach towel.
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How To Take Breathtaking Images Of The Coastline

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How To Take Breathtaking Images Of The Coastline

The coastline is full of photographic opportunities. There is an entire world where the ocean meets the sand. You can zoom in and photograph starfish and other finds, or you can bring your wideangle lens and create dramatic landscapes. The next time you head to the coast, try out these digital photography tips.
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Sand And Salt – The Two Toxic Destroyers Of Camera Equipment

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Sand And Salt – The Two Toxic Destroyers Of Camera Equipment

The world is full of hidden hazards. You’ve spent a lot of money on your camera setup, and it would be a huge shame if it were to go to waste because of a simple mistake. Salt and sand might not seem that dangerous at first, but they have claimed more $5,000 cameras than you can imagine. In most cases, a few small preventative measures can save you gobs of money.
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