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Northern Exposure

Corey Rich documents a first ascent of the Arrigetch Peaks in Alaska's Brooks Range

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Shooting Long Exposures:

Deborah Sandidge on shooting long exposure landscapes and cityscapes

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Using Multiple Lights in the Studio

Blair Bunting discusses checking lights on set

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Exposure Bracketing: The Creative Insurance Policy

Get creative with your photography by using this age-old technique.

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Exposure Choices for Moody Images

Moose Peterson explains how exposure can add to the mood of an image

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Basics of Exposure and Camera Controls

Ideal class for those who want to go beyond point & shoot photography

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Using the Histogram to Check Exposure

Checking video exposure with the histogram

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How to Take Pictures of Water Using Long Exposures

Getting that "silky" look when photographing moving water isn't…

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A Basic Look at the Basics of Exposure

The relationship between aperture, shutter speed and ISO is the basis of every…

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Balancing Photo Exposures with Nikon's Active D-Lighting

Bring light to the shadows with Nikon's Active D-Lighting

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Exposure Compensation When Using i-TTL Gets Easier with the D4/D4s

Exposure compensation and flash compensation can be…

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Using Variable Neutral Density Filters to Adjust Exposure in DSLR Video

Adjusting exposure with Variable ND filters

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3D Color Matrix Metering II

This system of evaluating light determines the best possible exposure for a particular…

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Image Overlay: Combining Images Together In-Camera

Image Overlay lets you combine multiple images together in-camera

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One Shot: Catch the Wind

Deborah Sandidge on easy D500 multiple exposures

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How to Photograph a Lunar Eclipse

Learn the techniques needed to shoot lunar eclipses from Mr. Eclipse, Fred Espenak

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Advanced Wireless Lighting

Advanced wireless lighting is the use of multiple Speedlights set up for wireless remote…

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Photographing the Night Sky: Star Trails

Astrophotography: tips for making great star trail images

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Photographing the Night Sky

Astrophotography: tips for making great images of the stars, moon and night sky time-lapse

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Shooting the Full Moon with the COOLPIX P900

Using the Moon Scene Mode and 83x zoom of the COOLPIX P900

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Taking Pictures of Fireworks

Learn how to get great fireworks shots this summer.

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Bright Idea: Adding Star Power
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Bright Idea: Adding Star Power

Creating a starburst in your photographs

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Awesome Skies: Tips and Techniques for Photographing the Northern Lights

Learn how to photograph the Northern Lights or…

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One Shot: Spin Doctor

Mark Alberhasky on why images may work in multiple ways

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5 Easy Composition Guidelines

Follow 5 easy tips for better photo compositions

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The Importance of Composition When Shooting Nature

Pat O'Hara had to go far from home to really appreciate the…

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Photographing the US National Parks

Chris Nicholson on photographing in the US National Parks

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Night Photography

Reed Hoffmann's tips for great night photography

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Capturing or Freezing Motion in Photos

Learn how to freeze the motion in an action scene or capture a blur to show…

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The Challenge of Bird Photography

Moose Peterson tells why photographing birds in the field is well worth the challenge.

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Destination Asia: A Showcase for the Storytelling Power of Travel Images

Travel shooter Blaine Harrington offers tips for…

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Polarizing Filters Add POW to Pictures

An Easy to Use Accessory, Polarizing Filters Bring out the Color and Definition in…

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Understanding Auto ISO

Auto ISO can simplify shooting under changing lighting conditions

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How-To Take Great Photos at the Aquarium

Tips for photographing the fish and creatures that live under water

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Using the D810A DSLR for Deep Space and Nebulae Astrophotography

Photographing Nebulae and other celestial objects with…

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When to Use Graduated Neutral Density Filters

How to use a graduated neutral density filter to decrease extreme light to…

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Reflex Action: A Surf Photographer's Top Tips

Surf shooter Jay Watson offers tips for getting great surfing action photos

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Flash Points: The Control of Light

Color temperature, rear sync, slow sync: Three key elements in flash photography.

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One Shot: After Image

Jack Dyking on seeing in color and thinking in B&W

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Shooting Spectacular Sunrises and Sunsets

Jim Harmer’s tips for photographing at dawn and dusk

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Speedlight Tutorial: Bounce Technique

David Tejada uses Speedlights wirelessly for pleasing portrait illumination

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Speedlight Tutorial: Artificial Sunlight Technique

David Tejada uses Speedlights to add a late afternoon look to a scene

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How To Grow Your Garden Photography Skills

Taking great photographs of your own garden is easy with a few simple tips

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One Shot: Are We There Yet?

Gary Crabbe shoots The Subway in Zion National Park

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Scene Auto Selector

A COOLPIX feature that recognizes the type of scene or setting and automatically selects the…

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A Pro's Tips for the Best Children's Photos

Tamara Lackey on taking great pictures of kids

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Repeating Flash Lighting Technique

Joe McNally uses the technique of repeating flash to capture the grace of balletic…

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Photography Lighting Tutorial Part 2 - Control of Color

Go on location with Joe McNally for a video tutorial on lighting…

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