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The Hokkaido Shinkansen connecting Aomori and Hokkaido in Japan is scheduled to open in March. This is an exciting news to not only tourists, but also rail fans. While scenic views can be enjoyed along the railway line, to take beautiful railway photos both timing and skills matter. This article will walk you through several common shooting techniques in railway photography.
American photographer Stephen Wilkes’ incredible photo series “Day To Night” fuse moments from day to night of various i...
Hong Kong remains a bustling city even at nightfall. The lighted up buildings, busy traffic, multicolored neon signs with people thronging the streets become the city’s unique and iconic nightscape. To capture beautiful night shots of this vibrant city, we have to know the place so as to decide what camera settings or shooting method work best for it. Let’s check out some of the useful skills and tips below.
Plan your year in spring and your day at dawn. The light of the morning sun is symbolic of hope, and no wonder it has always been the favorite subject for photo lovers...
What are the techniques in photographing highly reflective objects such as silver or steel, so as to avoid getting the reflections of everything around it? How do I ensure correct exposure?
How can I make the most out of the nine focussing points within the image area? Say when I take landscape pictures, I select automatic with all nine points, for portraits and one subject, I pick the one at the middle, or set focus then re-frame. Often I do not feel I am making use of the other eight points. Is that a bad habit on my part, or should I learn to make use of this feature?
May I know what's the major difference from the print out between your ink-jet type printers and thermal printers ?