Sunrise photo with a FLW filter



WOW, would you just look at this sunrise photo taken at sunrise. Bryan shows us two photos side by side in this video. One using a Magenta FLW filter and one without. The filter really makes all the difference in this photo. For more tips frome Bryan check out his class Understanding Exposure and your DSLR


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Taking Clear Action Shots

What a photo! Bryan captures an amazing photo of this guy flipping off the beach. He discusses his camera settings to make sure he gets the perfect photo with the conditions he is in.

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Telling a story with a photo of a Windmill in Holland!

Bryan shows us how to create a story using grass in the foreground to give the photograph depth and and personality. Using F22 as the default aperture for story telling he creates this wonderful picture below. You can learn how to take this photo and more in one of our many courses!

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Who Cares! How to use the correct aperture.




Sometimes you just don’t know which aperture to use. In this case we don’t have much for depth of field. The subject and the background are in the same depth of field. We have a wonderful shadow and great angles.
I shot this with F8 – 1/125 – 50 ISO


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