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Mandrill – My Favorite Shot at the 2013 Scott Kelby WorldWide PhotoWalk

Of all the photos I shot, this is my favorite. I’m just fascinated by this monkey. Mandrills spend most of their time on the ground of the rainforest. When threatened, they go up into the trees. Primary predators are humans and leopards. ManufacturerCanonModel NameCanon EOS 7DExposure ProgramShutter PriorityExposure Time1/640F Number2.8ISO500Focal Length200mmMetering ModePattern

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Todays Most Shared Photo In Twitter

Today’s most shared photo on twitter – Cute monkey just stealing some snow. Cute monkey just stealing some #snow pic.twitter.com/PFwPBh59 [via Skyline.es]

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Don’t be Afraid to Crop Your Photos

Canon EOS 60D with Canon EF 70-200mm F/4L IS USM Lens. Change can be a good thing. There are times that the default rectangular format of a photograph can get boring and the easiest way to address this is to crop your photos. You can also use cropping to minimize or eliminate distraction and it’s […]

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Increase Your ISO To Get The Result You Need

When it comes to flash photography your ISO plays a big role. ISO signifies how sensitive our camera’s image sensor is to the amount of light present. The higher the ISO number, for example 800 the more sensitive the image sensor to light, enabling us to take pictures in low-light conditions. The downside, the higher […]

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