There’s No Such Thing as a Correct Exposure

There’s No Such Thing as a Correct Exposure

But, there is such a thing as an incorrect exposure.

 
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.

 
Bad Weather = Good Light for Photographers

Bad Weather = Good Light for Photographers

All is not lost for the opportunistic and well prepared photographer.

 
 

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Top 10 Reasons Photographers Miss Shots

Top 10 Reasons Photographers Miss Shots

The number of times that I missed opportunities to capture a perfect moment in my early photography career still frustrates me. During my early photography days, I spent endless hours reading camera reviews until I was sure I found the perfect entry level DSLR. My first digital camera was nothing special; however, the hours of […]

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Why and How to Use Grids in Your Photography

Why and How to Use Grids in Your Photography

Want to add a dramatic mood to your photos using one simple light modifier? There are an almost unlimited number of ways to use external lights on a set and Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens gets close to using them all in this neo noir photoshoot. From a car’s headlights to fabricated street lights, […]

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A Storm Chaser’s Breathtaking Timelapse of Severe Weather in North America

A Storm Chaser’s Breathtaking Timelapse of Severe Weather in North America

For some photographers bad weather isn’t such a bad thing. It’s just another opportunity to make mesmerizing photos. One look at this breathtaking timelapse footage, and you’ll be hard-pressed not to assume that the photographer is a pro and has been shooting for years. As a matter of fact, photographer Jeff Boyce has a day […]

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How to Use Your Camera’s LCD Monitor to Improve Composition

How to Use Your Camera’s LCD Monitor to Improve Composition

You may own the most expensive photo equipment and have the latest array of software for tweaking your images, but it’s all for naught if you haven’t quite figured out the fundamentals of how to put together a well-balanced composition. Creating a harmonious photographic composition is not easily accomplished or learned. With today’s sophisticated digital […]

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If Money Was No Object, Would You Focus On Photography More?

If Money Was No Object, Would You Focus On Photography More?

We would all love to be doing what we are passionate about fulltime. Unfortunately, for many people money keeps them from doing what they would love. But, what if money were no object? What if a large paycheck wasn’t motivation enough to keep you from fulfilling your dreams? What if you traded in a well paying office […]

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Using Photography to Capture the “Amazing” in Everyday Life

Using Photography to Capture the “Amazing” in Everyday Life

Living legend photographer Jay Maisel is undoubtedly best known for capturing what is most amazing in everyday life: the light, the color and the gesture. His unique vision of the quotidian, of what’s trivial and simple, has been featuring in countless annual reports, magazine covers, album covers and advertisings for the last 40 years, throughout […]

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