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Composition-A Digital Photography Tutorial


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  1. You're the best :)

  2. Nice its the town i live in ????
    Thanks for your great videos.
    

  3. meanwhile, the boat got lose!

  4. You know it!

  5. Hope you grapped a Carlsberg there 🙂

  6. Oh, I usually autofocus, and if it doesn't work properly, then I'll switch to manual focus.

  7. Thank you for taking the time to put tuition videos up i plan on taking some seascape sunset pictures but im not sure if i should be on manual focus or auto focus thank you from UK 🙂

  8. Thanks, Jess. The smallest aperture was the anchor shot, at f/16.

  9. Jess Demant Aggeboe

    You are one of my top 3 photographers on the internet, because you are really good at making it simple and easy to understand. What is the smallest aperture you use for your photo in Nyhavn, Copenhagen? Greetings from Jess Demant, Denmark

  10. Thanks, Don!

  11. Great videos! Bought the book and discovering heaps .. great stuff, thanks.

  12. Hans Christian Rasmussen

    Greetings from Denmark! Thank you for a very fine and instructive video; one thing I really like about your videos, not being a digital photographer, is that the information you pass on is valid also for analog photographers, and that you do not clutter the message with technical information specific to digital technology.
    Sincerely
    Hans Christian

  13. I dedicated Chapter 10 of Stunning Digital Photography to HDR–link in the description.

  14. i live in denmark

  15. and this ..

  16. Copenhagen is gorgeous!

  17. For this video I used the Canon 24-105mm f/4 L IS (and that's what most of the videos are filmed with). For the portrait videos it's the Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS MkII. For wildlife it's the Canon 500mm L IS f/4.

  18. I wish you would tell us what lenses you are using when you shoot these fantastic photos

  19. Ah, good, hope you enjoy them! Drop me a line on facebook (link in the description) if you have any questions.

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