Archive: neutral density filter

5 Great Photography Uses for Neutral Density Filters

Posted on Nov 5, 2016 by Tom Bricker  •  Photography  •  14 Comments

In the digital age, there are few filters for photography that can’t be replicated in post-processing. Neutral density filters are one such filter, and while they are commonly used to allow using a wide-open aperture in bright sunlight, I prefer using them on a tripod to take longer exposures, for the purposes of playing with […]

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Disneyland Summer “Magical” Fireworks

Posted on Jan 16, 2013 by Tom Bricker  •  Photography  •  13 Comments

Disneyland’s fireworks show varies by season. The main show is the incomparable “Remember… Dreams Come True!,” which is a montage of memorable lines from Disneyland attractions. For people like me who are primarily Disney theme park fans, this show is great because it focuses on the parks as opposed to animation. There are also seasonal […]

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