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Watch 11 Ways To Find Photography Inspiration on YouTube

Many people can get bogged down with work, family and other daily duties and lose track of their creativity. In this video I go over 11 ways to get it back, then the rest of the video is footage I captured during my hot air balloon ride. Keep Shooting!

Hot Air! Hot Air! by Cazillo, on Flickr

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0 # Roman 2012-08-29 23:17
Hey Greg - Where did you go for the hot air balloon ride? I would like to do that someday. Thanks :-)
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2012-08-30 13:00
I local company gives rides, just do a google search in your area I'm sure you will find one.
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0 # stephen 2012-08-30 11:12
hi greg
thanks for the video the ten tips are very useful
inspiration can be very hard to find sometimes
like you say look at other peoples work this works for me
most of the time
would love to see some videos of off camera flash on your site ;)
ps the still image of the burner is awesome :)
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+2 # Gregory Cazillo 2012-08-30 13:01
Don't worry flash is coming.
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0 # Rush L. Workman 2012-08-31 21:15
supercalifragilisticexpiadidocious!!!!!

Tell us more about the trip.
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0 # Sue 2012-09-07 20:15
Hello Greg - thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. I love your videos and I'm learning so much from you. I did start off by reading the manual and by the time I became acquainted with your videos you have really helped me understand all the concepts more clearly. I'm a newbie and have a long way to go.

Question: I understand focus point selection, and being on single point and AF-S and AF-C and when to use them. But what I'm still confused by is if I'm taking a family portrait do I still use focus point selection? In other words, I don't want to focus on one particular person or their eyes, but I want the whole scene and persons in focus. I guess I'm confused by when I should use focus point selection and when I should just let the camera focus the scene automatically. does this make sense ?
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0 # Sue 2012-09-09 19:47
Ok, I think I got it, somewhat. The 1/3 and 2/3 DOF focus... is what I need to be thinking about, correct?
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0 # David Richardson, Sr 2012-10-22 11:27
Thank you for the Hot Air Ride Greg. I've photographed a lot of balloons from the ground, but never rode one. Awesome!
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