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HDR with the Nikon D7000 part 2 — taking the shots

This is part 2 of my article on taking HDR images with the Nikon D7000. This part explains how to take the actual shots. An introduction to HDR can be found here: HDR with the Nikon D7000 — part 1. … Continue reading

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HDR with the Nikon D7000 part 1 – Introduction

Highy Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI or HDR) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. In photography, this … Continue reading

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Going FX, Video with DSLRs

Here are some books I like: If you are into photography and had a closer look at the image, you’ll have noticed the very shallow depth of field. This is one of the first pictures I took with my first … Continue reading

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My DSLR setup for macro photography

In this post I describe my current DSLR setup for macro photography. I mainly use it to shoot insects. This setup is designed to be used in the field, and I can carry it with me on my bike and … Continue reading

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Creating time-lapse videos with the Nikon D7000 — Part 2 of 2

Ok, this is part 2/2 of my post on how to create time-lapse videos with the Nikon D7000. This part explains how to create a video from a folder filled with photos you took with your camera. Of course, this … Continue reading

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Creating time-lapse videos with the Nikon D7000 — Part 1 of 2

I just created my first time-lapse video from photos taken with my D7000. There are two steps in this process, of course: take the photos and create the video from them. In this post, I will talk about getting the … Continue reading

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