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Many insects roost on flowers at night. At dawn we always check flowers carefully to see who might be sleeping on them. This green-eyed bee remains perfectly still on a cool dewy Michigan morning. A Plamp is attached to the flower stem to hold it still. Nikon D3, 200mm, 1/1.3, f/22, ISO 200, Cloudy.

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Exposure Essentials

 

We’ve long ago lost count of the books, articles, workshops, and bar conversations devoted entirely to the “Whatta ya shootin’ at?” exposure question. Happily, today’s digital technology rides in on its photographic white steed making it all very easy. A few simple guidelines guarantee your images are always perfectly ...

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