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Understand the mysteries of ISO: when to change it and when to leave it alone. Questions? Check out my FAQ page: https://www.professionalphototips.com/frequently-asked-questions/ Subscribe to my newsletter to receive the very best in Nature Photography and Photo Education: http://www.professionalphototips.com/newsletter-signup/ -- Joshua Cripps is a full-time landscape photographer living near Yosemite National Park in California. His recent work includes the worldwide marketing campaign for the Nikon D750 camera. For more landscape photography, tutorials, and workshops visit: http://www.professionalphototips.com/ https://www.joshuacripps.com http://instagram.com/JoshuaCrippsPhotography https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaCrippsPhotography http://www.SeaToSummitWorkshops.com ----- All photos, text, and video are copyright Joshua Cripps. Any use without my express written permission is really not cool, man.
Watch on YouTube 1080 HD for best quality viewing. Produced to accompany the Nature's Best Photography "Best of the Best" Exhibition, this video brings you nature photography from the past 20 years including grand prize winners, youth winners, and the Windland Smith Rice International Awards winners for 2014 and 2015. It is shown on a Panasonic 65" LED LCD flat panel display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. Every year these annual photo exhibitions are viewed by millions of people in one of the world's most highly-visited and respected museums, open daily and free to the public. The complete collection of winners and highly honored images is featured in the Fall 2015 special 20th Anniversary edition of Nature's Best Photography magazine in the museum shops and on the NBP website at naturesbestphotography.com/store. Go to naturesbestphotography.com to enter your own pictures in the current competitions and learn more.
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There's something absolutely magical about long exposure photography. Rough water and waves turn to smooth patterns, cars vanish, and choppy clouds turn into smooth streams in the sky. I love using these types of shots for architecture, as all the distracting details disappear and you can really feel a sense of motion by capturing life's little patterns in time. But getting the right exposure can be tricky for several reasons. First, if you need to use a neutral density (ND) filter to get a long shutter, you'll quickly find that your camera's meter isn't up to the task and the exposures can be way off the mark. Second, trial and error is extremely painful when you're making exposures that are several minutes long. You don't want to be doing that over and over. I use a very simple trick to find the right exposure: I find the equivalent exposure at high ISO, and then convert to ISO 100. A lot of people have asked about which filters I use, so I've added a full list on my gear page: http://gregbenzphotography.com/camera-equipment My basic process for metering is: - Compose the image and focus on a tripod before putting an ND filter on the camera (so you can see what you're doing). - Once you've added the ND filter, set the ISO to 6400 and use the meter to get a starting shutter speed. - Take a test shot, evaluate the histogram, and try a new shutter speed as needed. - Once the histogram looks right, switch from ISO 6400 to 100, and use convert whatever shutter speed you had in seconds to minutes
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Harness these 7 simple principles to jump start your photography:
1) Fill the frame
2) Simplify and exaggerate
3) Don't center your subject
4) Create depth
5) Connect the dots
6) Perspective is EVERYTHING
7) Lighting is EVERYTHINGer
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Joshua Cripps is a renowned photographer living near Yosemite National Park in California.
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All photos, text, and video is copyright Joshua Cripps. Any use without my express written permission is really not cool, man.