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Interview with Wildlife Photographer Rob Cross

Rob Cross has taken his wildlife photography to levels beyond most of us. His portfolio features kingfishers, stags in the morning light, jumping squirrels, owls, etc. Animals that are on most wildlife photographers to-do list, but that we rarely get a chance to capture. Photography-RAW got the chance to interview him about his approach to wildlife photography.

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12 Black and White Photographs that every Photographer Should Know

Go slow with these 12 timeless photos. We hope that you read and analyze each and every single shot at a slow rhythm. Try to spend at least 5 minutes with each photograph, and with no distractions by your side. Read the images and find all the meaningful symbols that tell you something about what’s going on in the photo, or in the mind of the photographer. Our main goal is that from here on you’ll start consuming photos at a slower pace, and eventually, this will make you less worried about posting images like crazy across the web.

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Zoom vs Prime Lens – Advantages and Biggest Differences

Zoom vs. Prime lens, what should I choose? This is the ubiquitous question many photographers ask when they want to buy new cameras and lenses. The truth is, there are so many different lenses for different types of shooting. The debate over zoom vs. prime lens can be confusing! Furthermore, you have to identify what…

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Affinity Photo HDR: How to Tone-map Images?

High contrast scenes are the bane of digital photography. If you’ve ever tried capturing the bright sky against a dark foreground on a sunny day, you’d know the challenge. Unlike human eyes, digital cameras cannot capture both the brightest and darkest parts of an ultra-high-contrast scene, with equal clarity. When you set the exposure for…

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How To Automate Post-Processing in Photoshop

As Photographers, we will often have thousands of photos in our folders. Collecting all these images is the new normal in this era of digital photography and practically unlimited storage capacity. However, the problem begins when we need to start doing post-production work on these images. Learning how to automate post-processing in Photoshop is crucial for speed and sanity.

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Hey I’m Peter. I’m the owner and editor of Photography-RAW. I make sure that you get the best articles about photography. Personally, I prefer to shoot landscape, nature and macro photography. I hope you enjoy the site 🙂
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Hey I’m Peter. I’m the owner and editor of Photography-RAW. I make sure that you get the best articles about photography. Personally, I prefer to shoot landscape, nature and macro photography. I hope you enjoy the site 🙂
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