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The most popular Exposure Mode for photographers is often Aperture Priority. It allows photographers to choose the most appropriate depth of field in their images. There are times when freezing the moment, however, is more important than choosing how much detail we want to see in the background.
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The most popular Exposure Mode for photographers is often Aperture Priority. It allows photographers to choose the most appropriate depth of field in their images. There are times when freezing the moment, however, is more important than choosing how much detail we want to see in the background.
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The most popular Exposure Mode for photographers is often Aperture Priority. It allows photographers to choose the most appropriate depth of field in their images. There are times when freezing the moment, however, is more important than choosing how much detail we want to see in the background.
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The most popular Exposure Mode for photographers is often Aperture Priority. It allows photographers to choose the most appropriate depth of field in their images. There are times when freezing the moment, however, is more important than choosing how much detail we want to see in the background.
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The most popular Exposure Mode for photographers is often Aperture Priority. It allows photographers to choose the most appropriate depth of field in their images. There are times when freezing the moment, however, is more important than choosing how much detail we want to see in the background.
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By decreasing the 'depth of field' of a head and shoulders portrait we are drawn into the subject's eyes (the windows to the soul). These portraits are often very powerful and possess qualities that cannot be achieved with smart phones and compact cameras. Any distractions in the background are ...
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The most popular Exposure Mode for photographers is often Aperture Priority. It allows photographers to choose the most appropriate depth of field in their images. There are times when freezing the moment, however, is more important than choosing how much detail we want to see in the background.
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By decreasing the 'depth of field' of a head and shoulders portrait we are drawn into the subject's eyes (the windows to the soul). These portraits are often very powerful and possess qualities that cannot be achieved with smart phones and compact cameras. Any distractions in the background are ...
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    Senior Lecturer, 2009 - 2014
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Do Not Trust This Joel Sternfeld Photograph - Forbes
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The contemporary photographer Joel Sternfeld not only calls the reliability of his medium into question. He also probes the degree to which

Time-lapse video: Space shuttle Endeavour’s trek across L.A. - Framework...
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The space shuttle Endeavour made its final journey last weekend traveling 12-miles from Los Angeles International Airport, through Inglewood

Neil Armstrong's Photo Duds
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As a whole sequence, the 122 first photos from the surface of the moon paint an undeniably human picture

Just a 5-minute walk from the last stop of the 109 Light Rail (Beacon Cove). It's a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the CBD. Rain or shine the atmosphere is always great.
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Fabulous coffee - closer to Swanson St than it appears on the Google map
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