Landscape Photography blog - by France based photographer Lee Duguid
Light Painting Tutorial
Hello Guys, this one is for the photographers that follow my blog. I’ve written a step by step guide on capturing the star trails image I posted a couple weeks back AND recorded a video on the post processing in Photoshop. Click the image to browse to the tutorial. Comments always welcome 🙂

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Date: May 29, 2010
Photographic Wallpaper
A customer has sent me this image I would like to share with you. It’s a feature wall in his house with my image of Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park, Queensland printed on wallpaper. It’s over 4 meters wide, crazy huh! It’s a slightly different version than I have on my site, I’ll be sure […]

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Date: May 6, 2010
Filters, Filter holders, and Vignetting…solution?
Lee filters have announced what could we be a solution to any wide angle vignetting worries, a new filter format specifically designed for use with super wide angle lenses. Instead of using standard 100mm filters Lee will soon introduce a holder for 150 x 150mm standard filters or 150 x 170mm graduated filters. Initially only […]

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Date: April 5, 2010
Landscape Photography kit bag
I thought it was about time to show you how I roll. This is the setup I take on all shoots and has been refined over a period of time. These aren’t quite the bare essentials but the whole lot isn’t overly heavy for short trips. I tend to cut it down if I’ll be […]

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Date: February 16, 2010
Do you use Photoshop?
So many a talented photographer is asked this, do you use Photoshop? First up if you can’t compose, expose and focus (capture) the image correctly then no amount of PS (Photoshop) is going to help. Secondly camera’s cannot capture the same dynamic range as we can see with our eye (that’s generally why in point […]

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Date: January 20, 2010
B+W 10 stop (3.0) ND filter ND-110
I’ve had the B+W 10 stop 3.0 ND filter for a few months now and thought I would give it a whirl on a recent trip to NZ. In retrospect I should have played with it before I left or even researched other peoples experiences, needless to say I had mixed results. Since then I’ve […]

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Date: January 17, 2010
Aerial photo tips…
After receiving an email requesting some Aerial photography advice I thought I would post some information here. There doesn’t seem to be much information out there so please post your comments and hopefully we can get something a bit more substantial. Unless you are Ken Duncan and can afford to hire the entire helicopter, take […]

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Date: September 28, 2009
Filters, Filter holders, and Vignetting…
I’m writing this purely out of frustration. I’ve spent many an hour on the net researching definitive answers trying to build the best filter kit. I haven’t found anything specific to my setup so here it is for anyone else looking. Neutral Density Graduated Filters Ok, so I have a Canon 5D, I mostly shoot […]

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Date: July 3, 2009
Keep those images sharp…
First up I would say use a tripod whenever possible. I hardly take a photo without one. If you want to enlarge those prized images they need to be sharp. Handheld just isn’t good enough when you pixel peep and get into 100% magnification. If using a tripod isn’t possible grab the camera firmly with […]

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Date: May 7, 2009
Golden/Magic Hour…
In no particular order lets begin on some photography tips: Shoot exclusively at sunrise or sunset Shooting slightly before and up to an hour after sunrise (or an hour before and slightly after sunset) will give you dramatic skies, warmer tones, and an overall more interesting photo. This window of opportunity is referred to as […]

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Date: March 12, 2009
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