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Developing Your Eye for Photography

Developing Your Eye for Photography

Although there is much pleasure to be derived from taking a technically excellent photograph, there is a strong argument that a truly great shot depends most on your eye. Look at the photographs you see every day in magazines, the press, or on display in a gallery. The shots you really take note of are […]

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Giant Telephoto Lenses: Pro Tips for Using and Caring for Them

Giant Telephoto Lenses: Pro Tips for Using and Caring for Them

From Sports Illustrated to touring with Bon Jovi, New York City music and sports photographer David Bergman has definitely made a name for himself in the photography industry. With over 20 years in the business, Bergman has figured out a wide variety of tips and techniques to fine tune his craft. In this quick and […]

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How to Do Intelligent Raw Photo Landscape Editing in Lightroom

How to Do Intelligent Raw Photo Landscape Editing in Lightroom

While every photographer would love to capture the perfect image with every shot, it’s just not realistic. Thankfully your vision doesn’t have to end just because the natural lighting didn’t pan out for the day. Using Adobe Lightroom or other photo editing software, you can perfect your images to fit your artistic idea. To help […]

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12 Ways to Improve Your Digital Landscape Photography

12 Ways to Improve Your Digital Landscape Photography

Number One: If you have read any of my previous photography guides then you probably know that I strongly recommend shooting in RAW format. Why is this so important? The answer simply boils down to control. Shoot in Camera RAW Format When you set your digital camera to automatically convert your images to JPEGs, you […]

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Top 8 Photography Tips for Beginners

Top 8 Photography Tips for Beginners

Everyone loves a well-taken picture. Be it landscapes, abstract, fashion or any other object, images transcend a feeling that few things can achieve. We all admire stunning pictures but have you wondered about the work that goes behind them? Make no mistake; photography is by no means an easy feat. There are people who have […]

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Photography Poses – The Missing Ingredient

Photography Poses – The Missing Ingredient

You’ve read all the “best digital camera” articles, got the best price on your first digital camera, and even glanced at its owner’s manual. Are you itching to take some great shots, or what? Slow down, soldier. Before you take 200 shots that seem great at the time, but then upon review of the final […]

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Nikon vs. Canon: Which Should You Choose?

Nikon vs. Canon: Which Should You Choose?

For every great brand in the consumer market, there’s always at least one rival keeping users divided. Coca Cola has Pepsi, Nike has Adidas, McDonald’s has Burger King, and Apple and Microsoft have been duking it out for decades. The world of photography is no exception. Since the advent of the digital SLR, which to […]

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New: Lightroom Complete Training at 65% Off

New: Lightroom Complete Training at 65% Off

If you’re new to Lightroom, one of the most popular tools for photographers today, you’re probably not taking advantage of all of its features. But it’s time-consuming to figure out all the bells and whistles. This complete video course from professional photographer Serge Ramelli takes you through all of the critical elements so you can fully utilize this powerful tool […]

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3 Tips for Better Summer Photography

3 Tips for Better Summer Photography

The fun and hectic days of summer are upon us, and that means taking lots of photos at backyard barbecues, days at the beach, camping trips, and other fun outdoor activities. But just because it’s bright and sunny out doesn’t mean every photo is guaranteed to turn out right. In fact, summer photography comes with […]

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How to Use Open Shade to Make the Most of Natural Lighting

How to Use Open Shade to Make the Most of Natural Lighting

Taking pictures in natural light can be a bit tricky, especially if you’re taking portraits. Too much strong light can cast harsh shadows and lead to areas of overexposure where the sun is shining directly. To avoid these issues, making use of open shade is the best option when taking portraits outdoors. Mark Wallace shares […]

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