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If You Hate Photoshop Tutorials, You’ll Love This Parody

If You Hate Photoshop Tutorials, You’ll Love This Parody

We here at PictureCorrect post our fair share of Photoshop tutorials. It’s nice when experts take the time to explain a complicated program to us—even if it takes 15 or 20 minutes. The problem is when the viewer knows a little more than the teacher may predict. Case in point—this video: This frighteningly accurate parody comes […]

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Meet the Photographer Who’s Shot All 50 Super Bowls

Meet the Photographer Who’s Shot All 50 Super Bowls

When he was just 15, John Biever snapped a shot of the very first touchdown at the very first Super Bowl in 1967. The photo shows some empty seats behind the player running into the end zone. It’s a great shot, but Biever didn’t stop there; he’s returned every year since, taking iconic and memorable shots of […]

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Creative Travel Portrait Photography Tips

Creative Travel Portrait Photography Tips

In travel photography, and mostly in Asia, we tend to focus our photography a lot on people. But portraits can look very similar if taken with the same angle. It works fine of course, but I personally feel the need to go beyond the traditional close up portrait and produce some more original work. While […]

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6 Reasons Not to Ditch Your DSLR for a Mirrorless Camera

6 Reasons Not to Ditch Your DSLR for a Mirrorless Camera

Sure, you’ve heard the arguments in favor of new mirrorless cameras—they’re smaller and ultra-fast, offer tilt- or touch-screens, are built solidly dust-proof or with stronger sensors. But they’re not perfect, and DigitalRev TV is here to prove it to you. Check it out: To summarize, here are the six reasons they point to: Battery life on mirrorless […]

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This Dog Smiles Adorably for the Camera, Right on Cue

This Dog Smiles Adorably for the Camera, Right on Cue

Are you ready to smile? ‘Cause this golden retriever is, whether you’re game or not: Not much to say about this one, folks, unless you want to ask why this photographer is using a tripod for his iPhone. But if you can ignore that, then sit back and watch this GIF 20 times on repeat.

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Megapixels vs. Perceptual Megapixels

Megapixels vs. Perceptual Megapixels

When talking about camera resolution, we often refer to the 300 dpi (dots per inch) rule and how we don’t really need more than 8 megapixels. The term dpi is borrowed from print media. It loosely translates into something like this: when you hold an 8 x 10 inch image at an arm’s length from […]

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New: Black & White Photo Artistry Course at 60% Off

New: Black & White Photo Artistry Course at 60% Off

Black and white photography just got a lot more exciting… In fact, it got a lot more artistic. Last year, Sebastian Michael’s Photoshop Artistry Course was one of our most popular deals, and now he’s releasing a much anticipated course on creative black and white photo artistry! We were able to negotiate 60% off for […]

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How to Shoot Portraits Against the Sun

How to Shoot Portraits Against the Sun

It’s a common refrain in photography: “Keep your back to the sun.” You generally want to shoot with the light, so it helps brighten up your image. But shooting against the sun—where the sun is behind your subject, or even visible in the photograph—can lead to great results, too, often with stark shadows and awesome contrast. Here’s a […]

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A Frame Within a Frame: Ideas for Better Photo Composition

A Frame Within a Frame: Ideas for Better Photo Composition

While playing with composition, you’ve probably come to understand the notion of a “frame within a frame.” It’s interesting how many opportunities there are for framing the scenes around us, and yet they often go unnoticed. Maybe it’s a plain open window with a view of the mountains or the frame of the glasses that […]

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The Unknown Artist’s Dilemma: Why Keep Photographing When Nobody Seems to Care?

The Unknown Artist’s Dilemma: Why Keep Photographing When Nobody Seems to Care?

Have you ever felt like nobody cares about your art? That every time you upload a photo to Facebook, the only person to “like” it is your mother? Maybe your cousins? A few friends on Flickr? You’re not alone. So many artists of all sorts—photographers, filmmakers, painters, writers—get discouraged by the lack of immediate interest. The world of […]

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