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Photography Lighting Techniques

Photography Lighting Techniques

Photography is about light, and in fact, it can be defined as recording the light. Lighting is also one of the hardest things to get right in a photograph. To shoot images that stand out from the crowd, understanding the light source is critical. Photography lighting plays a major role in capturing colors as well […]

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What is Aperture?

What is Aperture?

Aperture—the hole within a lens that allows light to travel through to the camera body’s internal sensor—is one of the most influential factors in determining the look of a photograph. It’s crucial for photographers to understand the ins and outs of aperture as it heavily impacts both depth of field as well as exposure. This […]

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How to Get Started as a Professional Wedding Photographer

How to Get Started as a Professional Wedding Photographer

As entry-level DSLR cameras have become more affordable, many people have turned into hobbyist photographers. The popularity of social media apps has also played a key role in fueling people interests in photography. The need for professional wedding photographer is on the rise today, which makes wedding photography a lucrative career opportunity for many. However, […]

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How to Photograph Panoramas Without a Wide Angle Lens

How to Photograph Panoramas Without a Wide Angle Lens

So, you want to make breathtaking panoramic landscape photos or super wide cityscapes but you could never afford and ultra-wide angle lens. Don’t worry. David Bergman has simple tips that will allow you to make those breathtaking photos, without ever needing an expensive lenses. Interested? Watch this: The trick is in shooting multiple photos and then […]

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New: Plotagraph Moving Photos with Aurora HDR

New: Plotagraph Moving Photos with Aurora HDR

Today there is a limited time offer that includes Aurora HDR 2017 ($99) and a 3 month Plotagraph Pro+ Membership ($87 value) together for as low as $89 when you use the coupon code PICTURECORRECT at checkout. If you haven’t heard of Plotagraph before, it is a new photo editor that allows you to bring your photos […]

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Finding and Wooing Your Photography Audience

Finding and Wooing Your Photography Audience

If you’re developing a new photography project, it can only prosper if you have an audience, followers, and customers. You have to find the right buttons to push. Obviously you need a viable product to sell or you won’t be able to keep your audience’s attention. A comedian wouldn’t derive great satisfaction from an empty […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Lightroom’s Radial Filter

Everything You Need to Know About Lightroom’s Radial Filter

One of the most under-utilized yet exceptionally powerful tools in Adobe Lightroom is the radial filter. But whether you’re an old hand with this amazing little tool or brand new to it, this particularly useful tutorial from photographer Anthony Morganti will set you up with some tips and shortcuts that will make your work much easier: […]

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Role of Light and Illumination in Photography

Role of Light and Illumination in Photography

Light and illumination are the basics of photography. The very word “photography” comes from two Greek words, phos meaning light, and graphis meaning drawing. Hence, photography can be described as “drawing with light”. As we start the lesson, I want to wish you a pleasant and illuminating session! If you ask me to name the […]

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Lighting Tips for In-Home Product Photography

Lighting Tips for In-Home Product Photography

Have you ever wished that you could bring the power of the studio to your home in a matter of minutes? You may be surprised by just how easy it can be. Cinematographer Tom Watts shows exactly how it’s done in this brief tutorial: Setting the scene was simple enough. A glass table with black material attached […]

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Photographing Landmarks: Find Your Angle

Photographing Landmarks: Find Your Angle

How many times have you taken the perfect shot of that famous building or monument that you couldn’t wait to show to your family or friends or submit to a stock agency, only to slowly realize that it’s just one of thousands of similar perfect shots of that particular icon? My answer would be, “More times that […]

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