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Photo Tip 21: Desert Photography

Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

When photographing in the desert, first and foremost take care of your camera. There’s a lot of dust, grit, and sand blowing around that can wreak havoc on the sensor and lens, so make sure your camera is covered when not in use. If you’re changing lenses, turn your camera off first so the camera’s electronics don’t suck dust onto the sensor. I use a paintbrush, lens rag, or a rubber dust bellows to clean sand off my lens. These items can be handy to pack along…

David Cobb with a great set of desert photography tips, from gear to composition and more – Take a look in Issue 21:

Photographing in a Desert

Desert Photography - How to and Tips

Issue 21 Page 1

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