Jose Antunes
Jose Antunes is a freelance writer and photographer based in Portugal. Besides writing about the technical and creative aspects of photography for various publications, he leads workshops and leads photo tours to reveal the hidden perspectives from his country. "Less Gear, More Fun" is an important idea for him.
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    5 Photography Apps for Windows Phone 8Windowsphprelg
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    When most people think about apps for smartphones, they think of software to enhance pictures taken with the phone. The apps here are different: they are for photographers that want tools to use with their DSLR or compact cameras.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: 5 Tips for Perfect White BalancePreviewwb ja
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    White balance should not be a problem these days, but it still confuses people. Should I shoot in RAW and not bother? Or should I choose a different WB for each situation? Today, we'll explain to you some of the tricks you can use to get perfect white balance.Read More…
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    10 Secrets for Better Flower PhotographyFlowers10tips japreview
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    Flower photography is probably the most explored area of amateur photography, but the results for many people are never in touch with what they saw. Today, we'll show you how to get the best results.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: 8 Reflectors You Already Have in Your HomeHomereflectors preview
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    Reflectors are the simplest way to soften, diffuse or redirect light. You may not think about it, but there are reflectors all around us, from the clouds in the sky to a model's white shirt. We've assembled a list of reflectors you can have for free, or almost. And they might already be in your home!Read More…
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    Essential Kit For an African SafariSafari300 preview
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    An African safari is a dream for many photographers, but the idea of needing a big lens is a nightmare most amateur's face. The truth is that you can get good pictures on a safari with a 300mm. We tell you how and also show the kit you need for a trip to Africa.Read More…
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    Christopher O'Donnell: By Chance, Not by ChoicePreviewcd
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    The golden hours of the day are the playground for Christopher O'Donnell. I could say pictures with rich colours and slim depth-of-field are a trade mark of his work. Much in love with the Maine area landscape, O'Donnell reveals in this interview he became a photographer by chance, not by choice.Read More…
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    How to Use Your Canon Speedlite 600EX-RTCanon600ex 01preview
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    The introduction of radio for flash triggering in Canon starts with the Speedlite 600EX-RT, a flash that opens new horizons but also forces users to learn a few new things. Here are the most important thing to know about your Speedlite 600EX-RT.Read More…
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    Photographing Wild Birds in Civilized PlacesPreview3
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    Just because hawks and eagles do not abound in your area does not mean you must give up photographing birds. There are lots of species around every home if you look closely. Here are some tips for photographing birds for fun.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Don't Shoot That Frog!Previewfrog
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    We do know law enforcement sometimes picks on photographers. It is a widespread tendency, increasing as there are more and more people taking pictures. But not being able to shoot a frog in a public park is getting on my nerves. It is all due to having a long lens!Read More…
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    Ian Plant: From Lawyer to "Starving" ArtistPreview6
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    Ian Plant left a career as a lawyer to follow the light and build Dreamscapes. And he never looked back. A believer in the "if you can see it, you can do it" motto, Plant spends as much time as he can in the field photographing. Luckily, we were able to catch up with the photographer between trips.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Five Free Photo Apps for Your PCPreview8
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    With a smart phone in all our pockets, when we shop around for apps with usually neglect our desktop computers. There are tons of apps for PCs. Here's a selection of great tools for photographers found in the Intel AppUp Center. And they are all free!Read More…
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    Creating a Focus Stacked, Vertical Panorama with a 400mm LensPhotography
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    Focus stacking is a technique usually associated with macro photography, tripods and precision. But you can use it with a 400mm lens, handheld, and come out with some nice images. And to make things even more difficult, the same image also is a vertical panorama. Let's see how it's done!Read More…