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SCL Photography Podcast 8: Great Light and Capturing It!

SCL PodcastTaking Photographs around Dusk and Dawn - The Golden Hours! In this episode I discuss metering and how we can use it to control the look of our Photo's.

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Show notes:

Featured Posts:

135mm lens for SRT

Early Morning Priddys

The Course - blend modes and layer masks.

Early Morning Fort Brockhurst

Great Light - The Golden Hours - Taking Photos at Dusk and Dawn, Plus Metering For It

Make metering or Photometry your Fourth Control - aperture, shutter speed, ISO and metering.


Post in answer to Peggys questions about HDR with Photomatix.


Recommended Podcast: Jeff Curtos History of Photography University Course

Recommended Site: Peggys Kayak Paddle Tales.

Recommended Flickr photostream: Damien Franco

Recommended DeviantART Collection: Stunning Nature Photography.

Join the Flickr Group!

Technique challenges (No Time Limit)

No Sky Landscapes

Fill The Frame!

Dusk or Dawn - The Golden Hours.

August Photo Assignment Theme:

From A Mouses Perspective!

Remember to email me your photos if you'd like to me work on them for the Photo Workbench.

To contact me, just click on the link near the top of the page under the big picture.

Thanks for listening, see you on Flickr!

Cheers, Rob.

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