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Behind the Lens - Get Creative With Any Camera

Using simple visual techniques, any camera can lead to creative photographs.

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I focused on some wetland cattails as a visually dominant foreground to create an image ...

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Using a mini-tripod mounted on my point-and-shoot camera, I opted for a self-timer shot. Unlike ...

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The interesting cafe ceiling display of antlers caught my eye first. But rather than photograph ...

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I rode ahead of the group at one point to seek out a high vantage ...

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A morning sunrise created a high contrast scene that I found unique. I used the ...

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An informational roadside display draws the attention of bicyclist Shirley Hitt. Using the foreground display ...

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A lot of people will tell you to never photograph into the sun. Ignore them ...

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A visual device I enjoy keeping an eye out for is juxtaposition. That is the ...

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Everybody on our bicycle ride carried a point-and-shoot camera, so a scene like this was ...

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I'm as much a sucker for a good sunset as the next photographer, so I'm ...

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