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Tag : Tips & Tricks

Returning to a location

Many of us amateur photographers have a daytime job and spend most of the year at home, which doesn’t leave us many options when we feel like taking the camera out for a shoot. We often find ourselves shooting the same scene multiple times over the course of a year, because there are only so many great places (if any) in a, say, 50km radius. In order not to shoot the same picture over and over again, we need to […]

Photographing the Milky Way

Landscape photography is all about light, the golden light of a sunrise or sunset, diffused light, harsh light etc. But what if there’s hardly any light at all? Can you shoot a landscape at night? Why would you even want to try? And if so, how would you go about it? Those are the questions I’d like to address in this post. You’ll see that night sky photography isn’t as hard as you might imagine and is a fantastic alternative […]

Your histogram is lying

The histogram is our most reliable tool when it comes to proper exposure, we watch it closely on live view, expose to the right (ETTR) like they told us to, because there is noise hiding in the shadows etc. Now what if I told you that histogram is (sometimes) lying to you and you’re actually overexposing without even noticing? I mentioned this on Chris Sale’s YouTube feed and it seems it isn’t just me who’s noticed this seemingly odd behaviour. […]