Category Archives: Photography Tips

Why I Love Mobile Photography

Most people assume that taking great photos requires lots of expensive gear and software. In fact, many go so far as to equate the two: upon seeing a beautiful photograph, the natural response is to say “you must have a nice camera!” While it’s true that equipment can be important in photography, it’s not true...

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    Using Natural Framing In Photography

    One of the most important aspects of good photography is framing, that is, where elements are placed within the image. It’s important to have a good balance so that the viewer’s eye has a natural place to go to when they see it. Thankfully, there are many cases where you don’t have to figure out...

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      Simple Tips For Shooting The Milky Way

      Last year when visiting the Fuji Five Lakes area with my family I took some photos of the Milky Way over Mt Fuji, but having not prepared all that well, I did not end up getting any shots I liked. During my trip this year I was set on rectifying that mistake. Thankfully the weather...

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        Mt Fuji Sunrise On Lake Motosuko

        This image is one that I took about a year ago from a sunrise on Lake Motosuko, at the base of Mt Fuji. There are five famous lakes scattered around Mt. Fuji, all formed presumably from past eruptions. Some of the lakes even used to be connected, but lava flows cut through and separated them....

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          Why You Should Always Attach Your Camera Strap Properly

          Last week I purchased a Nikon D5300, mostly for video work (I’m going to be sharing a lot of new videos this year!) and also as a backup for my D610. I was really enjoying it until Saturday evening when the camera slipped free from the Nikon strap and fell to the floor below. It...

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