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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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Discover The Undiscovered – Sunset Tips with Land Rover

“Any tips for shooting sunset?” – was the start of the conversation with Time Inc’s reporter. As part of Jaguar Land Rover’s latest USA campaign, the guys were looking for tips and guides to help people get the best out of their travels to undiscovered places. “Sure”, I said, and rattled off a whole stream of quick concepts, easy to remember tips and tricks and a few “be careful when….” thoughts that would help the […]

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How to Shoot the Night Sky – Paul’s Guide to Astro & Star Photography

Night/Astro/Star/Star-trail Photography – whatever you want to call it, this is a genre which has become increasingly popular over the past couple of years (partly connected with the increase in sensitivity of reasonably-priced camera sensors over the same period). The irony being, it’s also one of the easiest forms of photography that yields some of the most impressive results if you get it right. Given the chance for some downtime while travelling around the New […]