10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 2015

10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 2015

These exercises can change how you see photography.

 
365 Day Photography Project Ideas

365 Day Photography Project Ideas

Shoot one image a day every day for 365 days.

 
How to Create the Perfect Photo Composition

How to Create the Perfect Photo Composition

Before we can create a perfect photo, we have to know what perfect looks like.

 
Travel Photography in the Real World

Travel Photography in the Real World

The sky is not always blue and the crowds do not always clear a path for you.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

How to Use Backlighting for Portraits

How to Use Backlighting for Portraits

Most photographers start shooting with the sun behind them. After all, it’s what many beginning photography books suggest. But, that’s really missing out on a great part of portraiture—backlight. In this video, Mike Browne offers pointers for getting beautiful backlit portraits: When the sun is behind your subject it casts a rim light over them, […]

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Landscape Photography Tutorial eBook Bundle at 50% Off

Landscape Photography Tutorial eBook Bundle at 50% Off

You have great ideas and you have a camera with incredible capabilities. All you need to do is translate your ideas into photographs. But which settings create which effects? What choices do professional photographers make? When and how to use HDR? These two popular in-depth ebooks aim to give you creative control of your camera so […]

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10 Different Lighting Effects Using Just One Softbox

10 Different Lighting Effects Using Just One Softbox

When you start out as a photographer, you probably don’t have a lot of equipment or money, so you need to come up with unique ways of using what you do have to create professional, beautiful looking images that sell. The thing is, you can do amazing things with just one light if you understand how that […]

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Use Spot Metering for Perfect Exposure on the First Try

Use Spot Metering for Perfect Exposure on the First Try

Ever wondered why your shots are over or under-exposed even though you have set the proper settings for the light meter readings? Pye from SLR Lounge has the answer: Over and under exposure tends to be the result of the meter taking readings from the wrong things. If you set your camera to spot metering, […]

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5 Tips for Taking Pictures in the Desert

5 Tips for Taking Pictures in the Desert

Taking pictures in the desert can be an extremely rewarding experience for both seasoned and amateur photographers. Apart from showing people that you have actually traveled to the desert, you can also be the proud owner of some wonderfully artistic photos. The desert has a certain majestic and a serene quality that lends itself to […]

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Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams is widely recognized as a master of photography, greatly in part by his now famous landscape portraits taken throughout many the United State’s National Parks. But, Adams was also a talented portrait artist and fine tuned musician. The two part documentary below that takes viewers on a journey into the mind of the […]

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