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Tips for Getting Started with Coastal Photography

Many of us start out treating coastal photography the same as landscape photography. There are a lot of similarities. For both, you head out into the great outdoors, often to remote locations. You need a tripod and a remote shutter release for stabilization. You are capturing an entire scene rather than a discrete item or […] The post Tips for Getting Started with Coastal Photography by Jim Hamel appeared first on Digital Photography School.
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