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  There is a visual trick that your eyes can play on you, in which you look at a large distant object looming over a scene and make it look even larger and closer than it is. It is something I need to watch out for when shooting landscapes, because the resulting photo does not […]

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    I went deep into my unpublished archives from 2009 to find this one.*  It was taken from the Yonkers pier on the Hudson River, looking south towards New York City with the George Washington Bridge bisecting the view. * Yes. I know. Five years — really more like 4.5 — is not that […]

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  First off I hope you enjoyed and weren’t fooled or put off by yesterday’s April Fools post. By the way, the first word of each sentence in the first paragraph was: Almost Photographers Rent I Look Fortunately Over Once Levels Spot This shot is from the same locations as yesterday’s image, taken just a […]

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  This is the Park Avenue trail in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. You might recognize it as the opening shot of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, although not in infrared, of course. I flipped the red and blue channels in Photoshop, which is probably the second most common infrared processing treatment after […]

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  When I shoot with my old Nikon D40 that was converted for infrared use, I usually set the camera to capture both a Raw file and a JPG that is converted to black and white in the camera. The main benefit of this is it lets me see the resulting image in black and […]

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