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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sea Foam Splash

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sea Foam Splash

In photography, there’s a lot you can learn from others—but even more that you can teach yourself. Being able to walk around and see the things that other people don’t notice is an ability that plays a large role in improving your photography. For example, in this image, someone walking down a beach sees wave […]

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10 Tips to Build Trust with Wedding Photography Clients

10 Tips to Build Trust with Wedding Photography Clients

As a wedding photographer, it’s your responsibility to make sure that your clients are comfortable and to produce amazing work. Your time together can be phenomenal if you go about it the right way and SLR Lounge has 10 helpful tips for making the experience great for both parties: 1. Make the first image a […]

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How to Use a Brush to Edit Gradients in Lightroom

How to Use a Brush to Edit Gradients in Lightroom

Having trouble using gradients in Lightroom? Benjamin Warde demonstrates how to properly use the brush to modify a gradient. He shows us his screen as he spells out where to find the tool and how to effectively use it: For the image featured in the video, the gradient layer decreases the exposure. He places it […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Antelope Canyon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Antelope Canyon

Arizona isn’t always over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. There are parts that actually have snow in the winter, and the differences between southern and northern Arizona are summed up by the weather patterns. In other words, don’t expect to sunbathe in Phoenix on a winter vacation and come to Horseshoe Canyon later that week in a […]

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3 Tips to Find Great Portrait Photography Locations

3 Tips to Find Great Portrait Photography Locations

How do you find the best location to take portraits when all the good spots are overdone? Mango Street created this video to demonstrate various methods for finding portrait locations in the most unlikely of places. You can find great locations just about anywhere, as long as you take these factors into consideration: 1. Consider […]

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3 Tips for Sports Photography

3 Tips for Sports Photography

If you’re looking to get into sports photography, pay attention to these wise words from sports photographer Al Bello. He often draws inspiration when admiring work from other photographers and advises others to do the same. In his video, Bello details how much work, sacrifice, and luck goes into his job on a daily basis in order […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Splitting the Catch

Interesting Photo of the Day: Splitting the Catch

Whales in some parts of the world have learned to follow the noise and activity of fishing boats in order to catch any herring near them. When the boats’ nets begin to close, the whales recognize what’s happening and take the opportunity to cut off any herring escaping the nets as they close. It’s sometimes a […]

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How to Backlight Wide Angle Environmental Portraits

How to Backlight Wide Angle Environmental Portraits

Wide angle environmental portraits make beautiful large format prints and are often used by photographers to capture subjects against a stunning backdrop. However, a relatively small subject can get lost in the background. SLR Lounge created a video detailing how backlighting brings attention to your subjects while adding atmospheric effects based on the environment around them: 1. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tasman Glacier Under the Milky Way

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tasman Glacier Under the Milky Way

Many photographers experiment with astrophotography and are drawn to the sights and colors that can’t always be seen by the naked eye. In order to capture the immense amount of light and detail that the Milky Way gives off, you often need multiple exposures and a method for tracking the star movement. This image is a […]

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Objects and Lighting: Product Photography Techniques

Objects and Lighting: Product Photography Techniques

There isn’t anything you can photograph that doesn’t have a sphere, cube, or cylinder in it. Jay Morgan created this video to showcase the details you must take into account when lighting and arranging multiple objects. When placing your light, you want to take into account the height and size of each object you intend […]

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