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Frame Averaging – A Complete Guide To The New Long Exposure Triangle

It’s been around 18 months since Phase One first launched the concept of Frame Averaging in their IQ4 series of digital backs – a technology that can produce an in-camera long exposure image, essentially “decoupling” time from the traditional exposure triangle, with no need for filters in front of the lens. As one of their global ambassadors, it was great to see it develop through from those very first images I shot for the Phase […]

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Monument Valley – Shooting The Light Fantastic

What a view to wake up to (well, kind of “wake up to”, if you ignore the hour we’d already been standing there in the cold waiting for the light to pop through the clouds…!) This was the view I’d been hoping for – the ruggedness of the mountains and red rocks below, echoed by a powerful cloud formation that lifted just enough to allow the sun to pop through for a second or two […]