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    Blur moving clouds with an ND filter: how to calculate exposures in 4 easy steps

    | Landscape, Photography Tips | 13/08/2014 00:01am
    How to blur moving clouds: 01 Choose a filter

    Using long exposures to blur moving water is a classic technique, but a similar technique can also be used to great effect to blur scudding clouds. In this tutorial we show you how to calculate exposures with your ND filter to blur moving clouds, giving more impact to your landscape photography.

    Best ND filter: 6 top models tested and rated

    | Accessories, Reviews | 22/05/2014 00:01am
    Best ND filter: 6 top models tested and rated

    Bright light isn’t always a good thing. Get some serious stopping power as we test six of the top options to find the best ND filter for photographers…

    Seascape photography: how to shoot smooth stormy seas

    | Landscape, Photography Tips | 19/05/2014 00:01am
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    Learn how to take dreamy seascape photography with our simple tutorial

    A layman’s guide to ND filters

    | Photography for Beginners | 05/04/2014 00:01am
    How to set up and use a variable ND filter: step 2

    What is an ND filter used for – and how should you use it? If you’re new to photography you might understandably have a few questions about some of the equipment.

    There are a number of things you need to consider when purchasing an ND filter, and in our latest layman’s guide to fundamental gear we answer some of the most common questions photographers have.

    Urban photography: how to blur people in busy city scenes

    | Photography Tips | 23/02/2014 00:01am
    Urban photography: how to blur people in busy city scenes

    A great way to add drama to your urban photography is to add motion blur to pictures of busy city scenes. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to set up your camera and use an ND filter to allow you to use a slow enough shutter speed to do so.

    Using ND grad filters: how to fix murky foregrounds and over-exposed skies

    | Landscape, Photography Tips | 21/08/2013 11:00am
    How to use an ND grad filter to preserve detail in your landscapes: step 4

    ND grad filters are some of the most indispensable photo accessories for landscape photography. In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how to use a graduated neutral density filter to stave off over-exposed skies and dark foregrounds.

    Best Graduated Neutral Density Filters: 6 models tested and rated

    | Accessories, Reviews | 18/02/2013 11:30am
    Best graduated neutral density filters: Cokin P-Series ND Grad Filter Kit

    What are the best graduated neutral density filters on the market? We take six of the top graduated ND filters on the market and put them to the test to find out.

    10 tips for using your 10-stop ND filter

    | Photography Tips | 28/09/2012 11:24am
    10 tips for using your 10-stop ND filter: everything you need to know to ensure sharp photos

    Because you can’t see through a 10-stop ND filter, they are not the easiest accessory to use. But once you know how to use a 10-stop ND filter correctly, it can totally transform your landscape photography and open up a world of creative possibilities. Here’s a simple method for ensuring sharp shots with your 10-stop ND filter

    Choosing the best ND filter: remember these 4 tips (and save this cheat sheet!)

    | Landscape, Photography Tips | 03/08/2012 11:00am
    How to choose the best ND filter for your camera: 4 tips for deciding which one is right for you

    ND filters are sold in different strengths, and different scales are used to measure this. Some use an NDxx number, others refer to optical density, and some refer to the light reduction in EV or ‘stops’. Below we’ve served up four of our best tips for choosing the best ND filter for your DSLR.

    Mmm… Ocean Blur: take long exposure pictures of the sea you can be proud of

    | Photography Tutorials, Tutorials | 30/07/2012 11:58am
    How to take long exposure pictures of the sea: Step 8

    Timing is key to shooting great seascapes. You need to be there at the right time of day, but just as important is the timing of the exposure. For a raging, stormy sea, a fast shutter speed can be appropriate, but with calmer waters, the best approach is to take it slow. Very slow. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to take control of your camera to take long exposure pictures of the sea you can be proud of.

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