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10.21.2014

How to Photograph your Dog: 1 – Transitions

Welcome to my new, bi-weekly photo “dog blog” celebrating canines and cameras. Here I plan to write about dogs, photography, […]

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10.21.2014

Desert Fashion Editorial: When a One-Lens Solution is a Must-Have!

©  2014 Lindsay Adler | Sigma 24-105mm 4.0 at 87mm | Shutter speed: 1/160sec | Aperture: f/4.0  | ISO 100

*Please note that I ADDED the slight vignette in these images in Photoshop/Lightroom. Earlier this year I took an expedition […]

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10.14.2014

Giant Hurricane Surf Hits California

In late August a Hurricane off Mexico sent giant waves to California. The surf spots that are open to the […]

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10.07.2014

Are filters still relevant in today’s landscape photography? Part 2

©2014 Roman Kurywczak | Lens: Sigma 12-24mm | Focal Length: 21mm | Aperture: f/20 | Shutter speed: 1.0 sec. | ISO 400 on tripod.  3 stop Singh Ray reverse GND filter and 3 stop GND filter stacked.

In part one we discussed the use of polarizers and solid neutral density filters.  So what other filter should you […]

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10.06.2014

Are filters still relevant in today’s landscape photography? Part 1

This simple answer is absolutely yes!!!  While they may not be as important as they were in the film days, […]

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10.03.2014

Style Choices- High Key Lighting

Almost everything we do in life is a choice.  How we express ourselves, how we see objects, how we create […]

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09.30.2014

Sigma’s 300-800mm F5.6: Brown Bear Paradise in Alaska Part 1

© 2014 Robert O'Toole | Brown bear feeding frenzy, Hallo Bay, Katmai NP Alaska. Lens: Sigma 50-500mm F5.6 EX lens | Focal Length: 380mmm | Nikon D4 | Shutter speed: 1/2000 sec | Aperture: f/8 | ISO 1000 | EV + 1 | Manual mode, handheld.

My annual trip to Alaska in late July to early August usually means big skies and great light, schools of […]

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09.30.2014

Sigma Pros talk favorite lenses at Creative Live

CreativeLive

Sigma Pros Jen Rozenbaum and Lindsay Adler talk about their current favorite Sigma lenses for fashion, boudoir, and portraiture work.

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09.23.2014

The “Sweet” Light: Capturing Beautiful Portraits at Sunset

For many natural light photographers, photographing in the “Sweet Light” is the highlight of what we do.  This light happens […]

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06.10.2014

How to Pose Couples

©2014 Lindsay Adler | Lens:  Sigma 85mm 1.4 DG HSM | Aperture: F2.2 | Camera: Canon 5D Mark III

As a portrait and wedding photographer, you have got a lot to think about and have a lot of responsibility. You must consider exposure, composition, lighting, lens choice, flattering the subject and posing. On an engagement session or wedding you are capturing one of the most important days of a person’s life. Now, add on top of that you may have a very limited time to capture these images! It is a lot to think about!

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