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Red Lights Are Evil

Red Lights Are Evil

We generally have a positive and encouraging approach with people we meet.  But when something needs to be said...  well, you know.

A little while ago, I was in Badlands National Park shooting what I thought was going to be epic clouds, and stars under the moonlight.  A group of ladies showed up and parked their cars a little ways away. Then they got out of their cars, turned on their red headlamps, and walked past me (on my right) looking out into the area where I was shooting.

After my image exposed and I saw the horror, I kindly walked over and asked If I could make a suggestion. They said sure... I told them about the bleed in the red headlamps and that it would be very nice of them to use a dimmer white light. I also mentioned in the kindest way possible that if the white light gets into the scene you can fix it much easier in PS than you can the red light. They nodded and said ok but I could tell they weren't buying it...

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Headlamp Shootout: The Best Headlamp For Night Photography

Headlamp Shootout: The Best Headlamp For Night Photography

I've had a headlamp shootout review in-mind for years as I've been searching for that perfect headlamp for night photography.  Along the way, I learned a few interesting things that I thought I'd share as well.  In the end though, it's all about finding the best headlamp for the job...

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What To Look For In A Headlamp For Night Photography

What To Look For In A Headlamp For Night Photography

It feels like a lot of the ads for headlamps lately really seem to push how bright they are and I've started to cringe at that.  It's not that I mind a bright headlamp, it's just that for the most part headlamps are already bright enough in my view and I'd really like to see people get more control over the lower intensities...

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