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Real Estate Photography Tips

Real Estate Photography Tips

Related reminder: only 3 days left in the deal on Mastering Real Estate Photography at 50% Off There are beautiful homes with superb design, architecture, and lighting. And there are homes that lack all three of these. The goal of a residential interior photographer is to make even the ugliest home look appealing. This guide will […]

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Newborn Posing Tips From an Expert Baby Photographer

Newborn Posing Tips From an Expert Baby Photographer

Photographing a newborn is probably one of the most satisfying experiences; it is also one of the most challenging. If you’ve been asked to photograph a newborn you no doubt understand how difficult it is to make everything fall into place. Taking a picture while a baby is asleep isn’t that difficult. But then when […]

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Spring is Here: Beautiful Flower Photography

Spring is Here: Beautiful Flower Photography

To take interesting photos of nature, you don’t need go to some exotic place. Just step out of your door and turn around. Someone has planted flowers in front of the building? That could be the perfect place to trigger a few photos! For some unusual and interesting flower photography, take a trip to nature, […]

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Street Photography in Sydney: The Belly of the Beast

Street Photography in Sydney: The Belly of the Beast

When people talk about Sydney, they always talk about the light—the incredible Sydney light. Australian photographic artist Markus Andersen uses that light to create imagery. His canvas is the city streets where he sees the chaos of life and he makes order of it through his photography. This creative short documentary shows the process Andersen goes through […]

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Photography Cliches

Photography Cliches

Photography has fashion trends, just like any other creative industry. Some enterprising soul will be playing around and come up with a new look that catches on, and before long, the world is awash in copycat photos. Some of these techniques will continue on long after the novelty has worn off and become almost a […]

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Using Light Effectively to Capture the Perfect Portrait

Using Light Effectively to Capture the Perfect Portrait

Want to capture the perfect portrait every time? Keep reading to learn some tips professionals use that you can adopt – even without a fancy camera or a studio of your own. Learn what you need to know about simple but effective lighting, flash photography, and more. You should also consider following a photography course […]

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Photographer Humor: The Mirrorless Camera Party

Photographer Humor: The Mirrorless Camera Party

Three years ago, a bunch of mirrorless cameras got together for a little shindig. A few of them ganged up on Canon, who ran out of the party crying. This year, the mirrorless cameras had another reunion, but this time Canon wasn’t invited. So, who are the cool kids in today’s mirrorless world? Check out […]

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How Photoshop’s Sharpening Filters Work

How Photoshop’s Sharpening Filters Work

We all want our photographs to be tack sharp, right? Photoshop can help with that, but there are a bewildering number of choices when it comes to sharpening your images. Deke McClelland is here to demystify how Photoshop’s sharpening filters work: How to Sharpen Your Photos in Photoshop When preparing to sharpen an image, you’ll […]

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Photography Drawing in Topaz B&W Effects 2

Photography Drawing in Topaz B&W Effects 2

Quick reminder: only a few days left in the popular deal on Topaz B&W Effects 2 In this tutorial I will make a demonstration of how I use the Topaz plugins in my Photography Drawing™ (PhtD – in short) workflow and what I consider as the best plugins and features to use when processing a B&W image, a […]

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Photoshop Computes Color Incorrectly, But There’s an Easy Fix

Photoshop Computes Color Incorrectly, But There’s an Easy Fix

Ever notice that when you try to blur a really colorful image in Photoshop or Instagram, you end up with a dark, ugly line between colors? We wouldn’t see that line in real life, so why does it appear on the computer? MinutePhysics tells us why this dark boundary shows up and explains the mathematics behind color blending […]

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