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Wedding Photographer’s Most Mortifying Experience Caught on Tape

Wedding Photographer’s Most Mortifying Experience Caught on Tape

This is a classic example of what not to do as a wedding photographer on a wedding day. While photographing the newlyweds making their way out, this poor photographer backed up so much that she ended up in the water! The good thing is she was okay, though understandably shaken. But the bad thing is […]

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Post-Processing Tips for Realistic HDR Photography

Post-Processing Tips for Realistic HDR Photography

What’s your photography passion? Are you into landscape, interior, architecture? At some point in your career, you’ve no doubt ended up with images that are just lacking—whether in highlights or shadows, the detail just isn’t there. That’s where HDR comes in and can really save the day—as long as it’s not overdone. In this great […]

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Tips for Using Shadows in Photography

Tips for Using Shadows in Photography

Photographers tend to pay a lot of attention to light. In fact, we often think of light as one of the most important aspects of photography. On the other hand, shadows may seem to be less important – simply a lack of light. This would be a major mistake — for light is nothing without […]

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Enthralling Timelapse of Photo Restoration in Photoshop

Enthralling Timelapse of Photo Restoration in Photoshop

Photoshop can get a bad rap in the media when it’s abused to overly alter photographs so they no longer represent reality, but sometimes an artist can use it to do just the opposite. Photographer Joaquin Villaverde made a timelapse while he restored and colored an old black and white photograph that was damaged by time […]

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How to Take Amazing Beauty Shots Using a High F-Stop

How to Take Amazing Beauty Shots Using a High F-Stop

There are many ways to light your model to get amazing beauty shots, it all just depends on your style. Here, photographer Miguel Quiles takes us into the studio and shows us a very simple lighting setup for beauty photographers. He also experiments with a narrow aperture (high f-stop) to create a unique look that […]

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How to Compose a Photo

How to Compose a Photo

Reveal the magic in every shot: only a little while left in the discount on Topaz Adjust Rules? Really? I know what you’re thinking… you don’t like rules. Well guess what? Neither do I. In the words of Pirates of the Caribbean‘s Barbossa, they’re more what you’d call “guidelines” than actual rules. This is part […]

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18 Unbelievable Photos from NASA’s Cassini Probe

18 Unbelievable Photos from NASA’s Cassini Probe

Since arriving in Saturn’s orbit in 2004, the Cassini space probe has been sending incredible, breathtaking images back to us, providing detailed information about the planet that had previously been a mystery. Here’s a spectacular collection of some of Cassini’s best photographs which showcase Saturn’s beautiful trademark rings and unique moons: The album consists of some great […]

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How to Choose the Right Lens

How to Choose the Right Lens

Many of you are familiar with the lens jargon being tossed around. EF, EF-S, AF-S, DX, and so on and so forth may be bread and butter for most of you. However, it’s unlikely that you’re familiar with all of the lens acronyms. So, here’s a quick refresher on a majority of these. If you’re […]

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Basics of Digital Photography Class at 50% Off

Basics of Digital Photography Class at 50% Off

Going from your camera’s auto mode to manual mode is a big step. Before you can master manual mode, you need to learn how each camera setting affects your images and then put all that information together—there’s a lot to remember! This online class from Craftsy and professional photographer Rick Allred aims to start from […]

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Top 5 Most Common Mistakes in Landscape Photography

Top 5 Most Common Mistakes in Landscape Photography

If your landscape photography is leaving something to be desired, you’re not alone. Armed with a little knowledge about what’s going wrong, though, and your images should improve pretty quickly. Here, Joshua Cripps shares what he thinks are the top five most common mistakes made in landscape photography (and how to correct them): Here’s the […]

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