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AdoramaU: Getting to Know Aperture

Time to get off Auto. A better understanding of f/stops, depth of field and aperture.

ArticleAdoramaU Techniques and How-Tos - by Adorama Learning Center Editors, February 1, 2015

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Make 2015 your BEST photography year yet! #AdoramaU is a year-long tour through twelve essential photography topics. For the first edition of AdoramaU, we take an in-depth look at your camera's aperture to get you off Auto Mode and start getting creative!  

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TAGS: camera,  exposure,  focus,  setting,  aperture,  depth of field,  sharp,  lenses,  sensor,  speed,  spot,  features,  LCD,  adjustment,  depth,  set up,  settings,  lens,  focal length,  Canon EOS 5D Mark III,  LCD display,  skills,  Exploring Photography,  shutter priority mode,  shoot,  AdoramaU,  f stop,  shadow 

Polarizing Filter Tips

Bryan Peterson helps you combat harsh lighting conditions with a polarizing filter.

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Bryan Peterson, June 13, 2014

AdoramaTV presents You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson. In this episode, Bryan teaches that polarizing filters are must on sunny days during mid-day light.

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TAGS: camera,  light,  focus,  polarizer,  polarizing,  depth of field,  photography tips,  golden hour,  photography tip,  bryan peterson,  contrast,  NIKKOR lenses,  polarizing filter,  Nikon,  Nikon D800E,  You Keep Shooting 

Create a Memorable Travel Photography Story

Photo on The Go with Joe McNally

ArticleAdoramaTV - Photo on the Go Techniques and How-Tos - by Joe McNally, July 30, 2013

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Joe McNally shows you how to use lighting and depth of field to tell a travel photography story.

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TAGS: travel,  travel photography,  location,  depth of field,  prime lens,  Joe McNally,  Adorama TV 

Use Selective Focus And Blurred Foreground To Eliminate Distracting Backgrounds

From the Perfect Picture School of Photography

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Bryan Peterson, July 1, 2013

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When composing a portrait or isolating a subject with a shallow depth of field, it is easy to forget to check on that background and make sure that it isn't going to take attention away from your subject. 

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TAGS: flowers,  bokeh,  depth of field,  blur,  bryan peterson,  flower 

Join the f/22 Club And Transform Your Landscape Photography

You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson

ArticleAdoramaTV - You Keep Shooting Techniques and How-Tos - by Bryan Peterson, March 8, 2013

Watch and learn how valuable a leading line is in directing the viewer in your photo, and how a small aperture is key.

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TAGS: composition,  wide angle,  depth of field,  bryan peterson 

The Magical Canon 85mm f/1.2L Lens

Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace: AdoramaTV

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Wallace, January 10, 2013

Mark Wallace shows why the Canon 85mm f/1.2 lens is his favorite—and why he calls it his "Magic Lens."

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TAGS: adorama,  canon,  camera,  digital camera,  photographer,  depth of field,  digital imaging,  photographic,  photography tips,  photo technique,  photography tip,  cameras,  digital image,  digital photo,  lens,  Adorama TV,  AdoramaPro,  Canon EOS 5D Mark III 

Stack Focus in Photoshop for High Depth of Field

Take & Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey: Adorama Photography TV

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Gavin Hoey, September 5, 2012

Adorama Photography TV Presents Take & Make Great Photos with Gavin Hoey. Getting a good depth of field in your photos is ideal for landscape photography but if you really want to add drama then you need to go for an extreme depth of field using a technique known as focus stacking.

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TAGS: adorama,  canon,  landscapes,  focus,  photographer,  adobe photoshop,  depth of field,  photographs,  photography tips,  photography tip,  Adorama TV,  focal length,  Adobe Photoshop CS6 

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