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Lee’s Ferry Lodge. We love it here!

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While in Sedona, Page and Jerome Arizona October 12-18th, we will be in search of a Photographer of the Month and an Artist of the Month.  The talent we discover will be featured in our November Issue. We will be exploring hotels, restaurants, and all things cool to report back to you where to go and where not to go!  If you would like us to stop by or be considered for anything at all in the magazine please contact us at Info@photomagx.com

We stayed at the Lee’s Ferry Lodge in 2012 and We loved the place! We are very excited to be going back to one of our favorite places of all time, Lee’s Ferry, Arizona.  Lee’s Ferry Lodge, Arizona. See our Lee’s Ferry Photography Hot Spot page.

Our Staff will be staying at The Fabulous Ghost City Inn in Jerome Arizona! We will ghost hunt the haunted town of Jerome and eat at The Haunted Hamburger.

We will find everything good all around the area. We will advise you where to go, when to go and how to get there and how to do award-winning photography. Details to follow in November.

Puerto Rico Photography Hot Spots.

We are extremely saddened by the devastation that has recently occurred in Puerto Rico. We are sending massive amounts of healing energy to the area. You can view some images that we took last December here and we hope Puerto Rico gets back to its natural beauty as quickly as possible.

Faro De Los Morrillos lighthouse, El Faro, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico Photography Hot Spots. Locations, areas to do photography. HDR photography, landscape, travel, photography

Puerto Rico Photography Hot Spots.

Michael Ver Sprill Photography Magazine Extra

Michael Ver Sprill, “Milky Way Mike”

See some jaw-dropping images from a man with pure talent. Come on in and take a look.

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Learn Photography  Photo Tours and local N.J. classes  Extra Eyes Photo Tours

Think Tank Camera Bag Reviews

Check out the new Think Tank Camera Bags.

Shark Fin Cove and Shark Tooth Beach - Davenport California

Check out our new section where we highlight the best hotels, motels and B & B’s to stay at during your photography adventure.

Restaurant of the Month

Seed to Sprout

Coming soon! We will highlight the best Restaurants to eat at during your photography adventure. Keep in mind we are health fanatics here. This is our first pick.

Check out our new Ghost Hunting Pages

Photography Magazine Extra – Get Published In Our Magazine!

Submit images and articles for publication – Go to page  If you have an image you would like to submit please add your watermark and send it on over to us. We love posting images from around the world.

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Ghost Hunting and Milky Way Photography – Castle in the Catskills

Shutter Priority Mode is used when our main priority is getting the right shutter speed. Shutter speed controls how fast the shutter opens and closes and is responsible for stopping action and getting crystal clear images when our subjects are moving. To read the basics of shutter priority Go to the Shutter Speed Page.

Shutter speed is used to get the milky water look on moving waters but the best way to do it is to also control your aperture and your shutter which is done in Manual mode. You can read about How to Shoot Waterfall Photography here.

During the day you would also need a neutral density filter when trying to blur the moving waters. Go to the Neutral Density Filter page and read about how to use them.

Aperture Priority Mode is used when our main priority is controlling the depth of field. It is often used for macro or close-up photography on things such as flowers so we can blur the background. It is used in school class photos when we focus on the first row and we want the 3rd row to also be in focus.  If you are not familiar with shooting in aperture priority you can read our Aperture Priority Page here.

Shooting in manual mode is a little more difficult. You will have to adjust your shutter speed and your aperture instead of only setting one and letting the camera do the other. It is used for waterfall photography, night photography, portrait photography and a few other things.

You can read more details about waterfall photography here. You can read about night photography here. They both explain the basics of shooting in manual mode.

Photography Magazine Extra – Do you want to know where to go to get the best photographs, find the best photography locations, and how to scouts photography locations?  Here is where you come to find new photography areas. We will show you the best places to do photography. Are you new to photography? We will show you how to do photography. Not sure when to go? We will tell you when to do photography at photography hot spots. Not Sure how to do milky way photography? We will show you how to do Milky Way photography and show you the hot spots.

Shooting night sky photography is actually very simple. It may appear to be complicated at first glance but if you read our section on Dark Sky Photography you can see how it is not as overwhelming as you would think.

There is also some good information that will be useful on our Dark Sky Photography Information page.

Find a workshop near you. Go to our Photography Workshops page and see if there is something for you. 

Shooting waterfall and milky waters photography require a tripod and some knowledge in shooting in manual mode. We have simplified it for you and you can read all about blurring waters here on our Waterfall Photography page.  You may need a neutral density filter for daytime waterfall photography and you can visit our page on Neutral Density Filters here.

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