Cycling and Sailing in Scotland – Back to Oban

Cycling and Sailing in Scotland – Back to Oban

Saturday, August 26, 2017 The only ride from this tour that I haven’t done yet is from Craignure to Lochbuie. It also happens to be the trip that I am not going to cycle. Not because I won’t be cycling today, but because we have another change of plans for today. Since we had done part of the Craignure – Lochbuie route yesterday, our guides decided not to go to Lochbuie today. Instead, we are now going to cycle from

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Color Temperature

Color Temperature

Characteristics of Light   In this article series, we will have a closer look at the characteristics of light. Since photography is a way of painting with light, it is important to understand these attributes to make the most of them. The five main characteristics are:
 Color Temperature Direction Intensity Contrast Hardness/Softness Today we’ll be looking into the color temperature of light. What is the color temperature of light?
 The temperature of light has nothing to do with how warm

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Calendar Photo for the Month: August 2018

Calendar Photo for the Month: August 2018

  The German Appalachen Süd calendar provides us with the calendar photo for the month August 2018. The image shows part of the Cades Cove Loop Road in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A capture I made during my In Search of Autumn Adventure. An adventure to remember I started planning this adventure soon after my first visit to the USA ended in September 2013. During that trip, we had gone to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which

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Photography Quick Tipps – Exposure Compensation

Photography Quick Tipps – Exposure Compensation

In this Quick Tipp, we look into what you can do with Exposure Compensation, in which modes it makes the most sense, where you find it, and what to look out for. What is Exposure Compensation? With the Exposure Compensation, you can tell your camera to over- or underexpose an image by ±5 stops. This setting is helpful when you are using one of the priority modes and want to photograph a very bright or a very dark scene. Example

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