Tips for Using Shadows in Photography

Tips for Using Shadows in Photography

Shadows are not simply a dark mass that borders the light.

 
9 Amazing Benefits of Photography

9 Amazing Benefits of Photography

Photography can make your life much better.

 
5 Creative Composition Tips in Photography

5 Creative Composition Tips in Photography

A great photo is a result of a great composition.

 
Slow Shutter Speed Photography

Slow Shutter Speed Photography

Slower shutter speeds can create beautiful, artistic expressions.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

How to Become a Professional Nature Photographer Course at 50% Off

How to Become a Professional Nature Photographer Course at 50% Off

Do you love nature and photography and wish to make money photographing the great outdoors? Would you like to make outdoor and nature photography a full time business? This video course is meant to jump start your career. You will learn what, how, and where to photograph as well as how to set up your […]

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How to Make a Personalized Photo Candle

How to Make a Personalized Photo Candle

A beautiful candle can set the mood for any event. Be it a wedding, a romantic candle-lit dinner, a birthday, or a solemn remembrance, a candle is quintessential. But what if that same candle is personalized with your favorite images? Canon shared this wonderful video on how to make a personalized photo candle in minutes—DIY style: […]

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How to Create Artificial Sunlight Through Trees with an Off-Camera Flash

How to Create Artificial Sunlight Through Trees with an Off-Camera Flash

For many of us who inhabit cloudier climes, getting the look of a sunny day, whilst the weather is stubbornly overcast can be a challenging problem. In this short video, British fashion photographer Damien Lovegrove shows us how to re-create sunny Spain in a decidedly cloudy Manchester. To create the dappled sunlight look Damien uses […]

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Top 10 Tips to Get Started in Photography

Top 10 Tips to Get Started in Photography

1. Expensive gear is NOT a requirement. Start your photography journey with the equipment you can afford and don’t be tempted to spend huge money! The range of point and shoot cameras now available at very reasonable prices are really all you need to start. If you find that you want to go further with […]

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Self Portrait Every Day For 12 Years: Capturing a Journey Through Life

Self Portrait Every Day For 12 Years: Capturing a Journey Through Life

By the time you read this, Jeff Harris will have taken considerably more than 4748 self-portraits. For New Year 1999, rather than resolve, to write a diary for the year, Jeff set himself the task of taking a self-portrait every day. The result is an incredible record of his life through the ups and some […]

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How to do Exploded View Photography

How to do Exploded View Photography

Have you ever wondered how those fantastic “exploded view” photographs of machinery, that we often see in magazine and books, are made. This brief but revealing video by Adam Voorhes, is basically a time lapse sequence of him setting an exploded view of a Kawasaki motorbike: All the separate components of the bike are hung […]

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