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10 Tips Every Landscape Photographer Should Know and Use

10 Tips Every Landscape Photographer Should Know and Use

As part of the launch sale of the popular new Landscape Photography Tutorial eBook we are focusing on landscape photography this month. Shooting amazing landscape photography isn’t just about going out into the wilderness with a camera and hoping for the best. Sure, sometimes you get lucky, but to make sure you’re going to capture […]

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How to Convert Photos to Digital Art: Topaz Simplify at 30% Off

How to Convert Photos to Digital Art: Topaz Simplify at 30% Off

Topaz Simplify is designed to help photographers create stunning art from their photos. Create paintings, sketches, watercolors, cartoons, and more. Make your art uniquely personal instead of using cookie-cutter filters. They have it at 30% off until the end of the month, simply remember to use the voucher code MAYSIMP at checkout. Deal found here: Topaz Simplify at 30% Off […]

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Light Ratios for Landscape Photography

Light Ratios for Landscape Photography

Landscape photography relies a lot on good lighting. Let me rephrase that… it relies on great lighting. Great lighting can be found if you know where to look, and when. Understanding the balance of light—or light ratio—between foreground and background areas will put you on the road to better landscape photography. The background usually means […]

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Street Photography Challenge with a Clunky 0.3 MP Camera Watch

Street Photography Challenge with a Clunky 0.3 MP Camera Watch

What if the best camera for the job was a pink watch-camera with only 0.3 megapixels? Photographers can sometimes get caught up in the equipment they use and think that only the best cameras can take the best photos, but DigitalRev TV shows us that even with a low cost and low quality camera you […]

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6 Easy DIY Filters to Enhance Your Photography

6 Easy DIY Filters to Enhance Your Photography

Want to enhance the mood of your photography using just household items? Sony put together this quick and straightforward tutorial on using items found around the house to make your own filters at home. From dreamy focus to building your own macro lens, you can easily start using these tips today: Diffusion Filter Effect This […]

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How to Get Photo Passes for Concerts

How to Get Photo Passes for Concerts

One of the most important things in live music photography is getting access to big shows. Big shows mean that artists have big budgets for lighting and stage production, which helps you create better photos as a beginner. In this article I will discuss various methods you can use secure a photo pass for these […]

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The Challenges of Lighting for Night Ice Climbing Photography

The Challenges of Lighting for Night Ice Climbing Photography

Photographing climbers can be tricky. Photographing with strobes on location can be tricky. Photographing at night can be tricky. But if neither one of those are challenging enough alone, try doing all three, at once. This is what photographer Ray Demski‘s latest project involves. And if it doesn’t sound hard enough all ready, he’s also […]

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HDR Photography How To

HDR Photography How To

If you’ve been looking for a tutorial on creating HDR images, look no further. Alan Kesselhaut has made a great video explaining all the aspects of high dynamic range photography starting with the equipment and ending with the editing process. Kesselhaut covers the three most popular pieces of HDR editing software: Photomatix, Adobe Photoshop, and NIK […]

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Waterfall Photography Tips and Techniques

Waterfall Photography Tips and Techniques

Waterfalls seem to grab the hearts and minds of people. Go to any location that has one or more waterfalls and it is pretty much a guarantee that they will be a major attraction, if not the main attraction, of the area. However, as beautiful as waterfalls are, it is not so easy to capture […]

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Prom Photography Tips

Prom Photography Tips

With prom season upon us, consider these tips to take full advantage of all the photo opportunities. 1. Choose a clean background. If possible, choose an outdoor setting with some greenery—trees, bushes, anything with green or flowers. Place the subjects several feet in front of the background. If indoors, take a couple minutes to select […]

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