Monday, April 25, 2011
Convert A DSLR To Infrared - Outdoor Photographer | OutdoorPhotographer.com: "A Digital SLRs are very sensitive to infrared (IR) light, so they normally have an internal filter that keeps IR rays from reaching the sensor. When a DSLR is converted to infrared capture, the IR cut-off filter in front of the sensor is replaced with a filter that allows only IR light to pass through. The resulting images are black-and-white, with interesting shifts: Vegetation, for example, turns white; blue skies are rendered black."
Posted by steve at 11:28 AM
Landscape Essentials In A High-Tech Age - Outdoor Photographer | OutdoorPhotographer.com: "Beyond the camera and lens, the accessories you use can go a long way in making your landscape photography look sharper, more creative and dramatic. So it’s worth spending as much time thinking about what to take as where to g"
Posted by steve at 11:27 AM
How a Polarizer Filter Works – PictureCorrect: "A polarizing filter on your camera is probably the most important filter you can use. It removes polarized light from the image, thus reducing reflections and glare, while at the same time increasing colour saturation – especially that of a blue sky. A circular polarizing filter works by rotating an outer ring to vary the amount of polarization that is being filtered. This effect is difficult to mimic on the computer."
Posted by steve at 11:24 AM
Why Washington State Is An Excellent Photography Destination: "Washington state is my home. So I am biased. I have done probably 80% of my photography in this state. Photographs of the towering mountains, of the spectacular sunsets, of the traffic. So it is with a bit of pride I want to invite you to venture to the Evergreen State for some excellent photography opportunities."
Posted by steve at 11:22 AM