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How to blur action shots for an impression of speed
 
How to blur action shots workshop  
When it comes to taking photos of fast-moving subjects, you’d imagine freezing the action is your best bet.

But you can often get a far more dramatic effect by blurring some aspect of the image.

This will show the subject really was moving very quickly and will give a far greater impression of motion. In our blur action tutorial we'll show you exactly how to achieve this result, along with providing a step-by-step guide for reference.
 
 
Landscape photography tips
 
 
Todd and Sarah Sisson are two of my favourite landscape photographers and in this superb ebook, they'll reveal the secrets behind their wonderful photos. Over 130 pages, it combines tutorials, field guides and technical advice, using the beautiful scenery of New Zealand as a backdrop. An informative and attractive ebook that's highly recommended for anyone wanting to improve their landscape photography and well worth the asking price of $29.99. More details!
 

Wildlife Photography Tips
 
Wildlife Photography Tips  
Discover the techniques behind great wildlife photos. In this ebook, expert wildlife photographer Mike Kiss explains how to approach and photograph animals, birds and marine life while always respecting them and the environment. Only $9.99. More details!
 

 
How to make water look dreamy
 
How to blur water workshop  
Photos of waterfalls and rivers can often look static or lifeless. By blurring the water though, it can take on a dreamlike appearance. In my blurring water tutorial I’ll explain how to achieve this effect.
 
 
How to use your flash outdoors
 
How to use your flash on daytime portraits workshop  
Photos of people on bright or overcast days, can often come out a little dark. The trick here is to use your flash to boost the foreground. In my fill-in flash tutorial I’ll show you what to do.


 
 
Backing up your digital photos
 
 
Most people transfer their photos onto their computers, but if you erase your cards, this could be your only copy. In my photo backup guide I'll discuss protecting your precious memories.
 
 
DSLR Tips lens guide
 
DSLR Lens buyers guide  
Buying more lenses is one of the joys of owning a DSLR, but where do you start? In my lens guide I'll reveal all, explaining focal length, aperture and much more! Don't buy a lens until you read this!
 
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