Our friends Heather and Mat at Mirrorlessons.com have published an article that I wrote for their website, Photographing New Zealand Tip-to-Tip. Readers wishing to view this new article on Mirrorlessons.com can use the link provided.
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This new article features 20 original photographs. It also provides some summary comments about some of the locations that can be photographed in New Zealand.
If you would like to read more about photographing in New Zealand, you may enjoy our eBook, New Zealand Tip-to-Tip. It is available for purchase and download at a cost of $12.99 Canadian.
All photographs in this article were captured using camera gear as per the EXIF data. All images were produced from RAW files using my standard process of DxO PhotoLab, CS6 and the Nik Collection.
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