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Tags: Landscape, Photography, Tips, Travel
This entry was posted on Saturday, October 13th, 2012 at 6:15 pm and is filed under Photo Tips.
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Brilliant! Superb communication and superb technics!
my favirotes were the ocean shot and than the glass pyramid
So much passion combined with great talent, well done.
Love the videos! But I`m getting the feeling that without the ND Filter I won`t be able to make any of the really artistic photos that I was planning on… 🙂
Thanks for sharing, mate!
if like this, what white balance we need to use?
you’re the great photographer also
how is that filter in front of your lens called? Thanks 😉
i was litterally sitting here cringing at how badly i want to learn to take photos like this
This guy is the master. Greate videos, well explained. Thanks!!
I was in Paris last year and my oh my, So many photo opportunities there! 🙂
Thanks for the tips?
Hey guys, just a quick question about the security of photo. Can I lock my photo’s properties (for ex: The shuttle speed or author etc ) so that no matter what happen (someone download it from facebook) but they still having my properties and can’t change it? Cheers
that is some stunning photos
i just saved enough money for all your dvds and after watching the first one, i do not regret buy them. thank you so much for making videos that you can understand easily.
Wow those are great images!
he uses a lee filter system
Great videos all of them. And by the way what is the filter system you are using is called?
i hope i could learn ..and develop my own style..thank you for vid.
What was the purpose of point out the use of the filter that was similar to an ND but split in half? Just trying to understand. Thanks for all the great tips so far.
I purchased karl’s DVD set last year, their absolutely amazing!
Just bought the three DVD series… wish me luck!!! 😉
i love your videos