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Perfectly Stitched Panoramas: The Nodal Point Will Help

Sometimes when you’ve taken your shots for panoramas, you may not be able to stitch them on a computer how you imagined. The result feels awkward and not at all like the panoramas you know from experienced landscape photographers. The cause lies in bad rotation of the camera on the tripod. For the photos to be perfect, it has to rotate at the nodal point.

Give your loved ones a unique gift this Christmas. Make them a personalized calendar

Christmas is a time for warming the hearts of those near and dear to us. How about a unique gift? The idea is simple – a calendar made up of your very own photos. All you need to do is choose the photos and use your computer to arrange them in the calendar. Then, just wrap it up and put it under the Christmas tree. And the best part about it is that rather than running around stores, you’ll be able to do it all from the comfort of your own home. 

What to Keep in Mind for Winter Sports Photography

Besides the short days, winter also brings some other specifics that every winter sports photographer has to watch out for. High-contrast scenes, frequent large swaths of a single color, and fickle weather are all real challenges for photographers. Join us for a look at how best to deal with them. We’ll tell you how to photograph sports in winter.

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