Photo Journal: Canada Day Fireworks + Moon

Photographing fireworks seems like you’re capturing some kind of mythical beast. It was Canada Day yesterday, so I packed up my gear and drove off in search of some magical explosions to capture!

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Getting The Shot: City Bus Tilt/Shift

Have you ever seen a photo that seemed a bit unreal. It might look like it was taken from an impossible perspective. Or it might have a depth of field or selective focus that doesn’t seem natural.

This is likely the work of tilt-shift photography. Tilt-shift photography involves the use of special lenses (or special cameras) that allow the photographer to manipulate the plane of focus.

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