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The Fire of a Hundred Billion Blazing Stars

One particular artist and photographer I have to thank for inspiring my career change is Mikko Lagerstedt. His breath-taking Astro-Landscapes (ultra-wide photos of milky-way starscapes) depicted the fire of a hundred billion blazing suns shining down upon us from the heavens. And so, I bought a camera.[…]

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Water: The Blue Planet

The sea holds a special place in the heart and photographic work of Friends with Vision Photographer, Mark Dobson. The unpredictability of the sea can bring surprises, but Mark reminds us, it can also bring creative opportunities when we remain open to them.[…]

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Photographing Fireworks

Firework photos can be a challenge to photographers on many levels, from varying light and weather conditions to crowds getting in the way. Friends with Vision and official photographer of Battersea Park Fireworks in London, Chris Dalton, shares his tips on how to take great firework photos. […]

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Water as a Source of Photographic Inspiration

Water is an element in nature that presents itself in a myriad of forms - oceans, lakes, rivers, ponds, puddles, ice, rain, snow, fog, clouds – allowing for endless photographic opportunities and limitless creative expression. […]

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Water Photography: Flowing & Reflecting

Learning how to first notice various forms of water and then incorporate them properly into your scene can provide a new level of beauty and mystery to your photo. Because all water moves, when properly caught by your camera, can produce something that the human eye does not notice or cannot see. […]

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What is Color Management?

Learn more about what color management is and how the right tools can streamline your photographic workflow and ensure that the picture you take winds up being the one you finally see. […]

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Earth: A Place of Awe and Wonder

The healing powers of nature can manifest itself in many ways, including as creative inspiration as photographer Simon Baxter can attest to. Baxter notes, “Capturing the majesty of earth doesn’t have to involve an epic journey to the highest mountains, the tallest waterfalls, or the most remote forest. There’s awe and wonder in the most unlikely of places.” […]

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Picture Earth

When photographing wildlife, Friends with Vision Richard Peters will include his subject’s surrounding habitat, providing his image with greater depth and visual story context. The result is a faceted portrait of his subjects that invite a deeper understanding of their lives and their place on earth.[…]

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Advanced Editing in Spyder Print

We all know the importance of creating a calibrated display for an accurate view of your digital world. But a Color Managed Workflow includes more than display calibration - input and output steps can be Color Managed as well. Datacolor’s solution for output calibration is Spyder Print. […]

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