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    Photography tricks

    Not sure if these have been posted previously here.

    I haven't tried them yet, but let me know if any of you have tried these.

    I have heard of the temporary GND trick before, but never tried it to see how well it works.

    http://improvephotography.com/8806/photography-tricks/
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    Thanks for those. I have never seen the median tip before, and my version of photoshop has it, so I'm going to give it a go. Could be handy.

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    I tried my bedside lamp. Doesn't fit my tripod socket .

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    I've seen a few of these before. The camera strap GND filter - similarly you can use your hand or part thereof to tone down really bright lights in a night scene. I've seen the remove tourist one before but never tried it - of course the people have to be moving for it to work.

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    Cool. I have seen a couple of those tricks before, but the others a really handy, especially the strap over the lens for a gradient filter
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