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How to Photograph Swimwear

How to Photograph Swimwear

When shooting at the beach, there are a lot of elements to keep track of. The wind, the water, and the sun can all have huge effects on a swimwear photoshoot. Michael Grecco has created an instructional video to show how he shoots stunning and smoldering swimwear photos while overcoming these obstacles: Normally, Grecco shoots [...]

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Still Life: Photography Activity

Still Life: Photography Activity

This is a study of an inanimate object, such as a vase of flowers or bowl of fruit. You’ll need: A source of light (a window is good) A subject. I suggest a nicely arranged bowl of fruit. Camera Setup Mode: Aperture Priority (often shown as Av on the mode wheel) ISO: 100 or so [...]

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How to Avoid the Most Common Photography Mistakes

How to Avoid the Most Common Photography Mistakes

In this video tutorial, photographer Jeff Cable explains how we can improve our photography in leaps and bounds, just by eliminating these common mistakes: 1. Light and Shadow Many times choosing the wrong spot for taking your images can ruin the shot, even though you are standing at a beautiful location, such as when your [...]

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How to Be a Photographer in a Changing World

How to Be a Photographer in a Changing World

As a photographer, you probably already know that it is one of the best professions (or hobbies) out there. We see the world through a different set of eyes. We get to capture incredible moments and meet wonderful people along the way. You also probably know that it can be incredibly daunting at times. Our world is [...]

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New: Close-Up and Macro Photography eBook

New: Close-Up and Macro Photography eBook

There’s nothing like getting really close-up and exploring the simplest things as they take on the form of new landscapes. Ed Verosky’s new ebook aims to help you discover these hidden worlds. The guide explains how to make the most of the gear you currently own and shows you the unlimited photo opportunities around you. [...]

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How to Use Exposure Settings Creatively

How to Use Exposure Settings Creatively

Before pressing the shutter on your camera, you have to make many choices regarding exposure (i.e. aperture, shutter speed, and ISO). In theory, there are various technically correct exposure settings, but which is the best creative exposure? Have you thought of the validity of your subject before setting the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO? If [...]

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Beautiful (and a Little Freaky) Abstract Timelapse

Beautiful (and a Little Freaky) Abstract Timelapse

Photographer, filmmaker and painter, Jeff Frost has taken timelapse to a whole new level. The artist came up with the idea for and created a unique visual story, “The Circle of Abstract Ritual,” an eerily beautiful stop-motion video exploring creation and destruction: “The idea I wanted to explore was the creation of culture as a conscious creative [...]

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8 Steps to Create a Dynamic Vertical Panorama

8 Steps to Create a Dynamic Vertical Panorama

We’ve covered how to create stunning panoramas, but let’s be different today. Let’s step it up and learn how to create a beautiful, mind-blowing panorama that stands out from the rest and really grabs the viewer’s attention—the vertical panorama from an aerial view! Russel Brown provides a great tutorial on how to stitch together multiple photos to [...]

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Black & White Photography Techniques

Black & White Photography Techniques

Related: Only a little while left in the deal on Before/After Black and White Tutorials Black and white photography is a rewarding and challenging field of artistic photography. Even people who don’t care about photography can find themselves drawn to a great black and white image. As a photographer, black and white can allow you to [...]

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5 Ideas for a Great Indoor Macro Photography Session

5 Ideas for a Great Indoor Macro Photography Session

After writing my last article on tips for beginner macro photographers, I was sitting inside all motivated to shoot some macro images and ready to put into practice some of the keys. But it was raining, and I felt very limited as to what I could actually shoot inside. Now if I was thinking like [...]

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