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While patience and understanding are key to capturing any stunning long-exposure image, the many other considerations can make it a daunting process. Richard Sibley explains what’s involved and how to do it right

Even if your camera doesn’t have a 150-million-pixel sensor, it is still possible to produce images with 150MP resolution. Callum McInerney-Riley explains how

The cost of zoom lenses increases as the size of the sensor they are designed to be used with goes up. Professor Newman explains why

Go beyond the standard techniques and use 32-bit editing to create a realistic HDR image. Martin Evening explains all

Jim Brandenburg discusses his pan-stitch of Mont Saint-Michel in France, and what infrared can bring to an image

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