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Tips for Posing Grooms: Wedding Photography

Tips for Posing Grooms: Wedding Photography

If you’re a wedding photographer, individual portraits of the bride and the groom in their wedding attire are some of your must-have shots. In this video, photographer Vanessa Joy demonstrates some easy posing techniques for grooms to guarantee your clients look their very best in their wedding portraits: “Men want to look more powerful, as […]

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Using Photography Composition Templates

Using Photography Composition Templates

When doing photography in general, and in my case Travel photography, the use of a photography template can be very beneficial and help improve the overall performance. By photography template I mean pre-defined, well-known and efficient photography composition templates that are recurrent and relevant in photography, and fit popular “good taste.” Knowing your usual and […]

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How & Why to Use Mirror Lock-Up Mode on DSLR Cameras

How & Why to Use Mirror Lock-Up Mode on DSLR Cameras

If you’ve dabbled in landscape photography, there’s no doubt that you’ve struggled with the headache of motion blur at one point or another. We often don’t overthink the issue; a tripod and remote shutter can drastically reduce problems stemming from movement nine times out of ten. But, for perfectionists, even the smallest touch can throw off […]

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3 Tips to Find Great Portrait Photography Locations

3 Tips to Find Great Portrait Photography Locations

How do you find the best location to take portraits when all the good spots are overdone? Mango Street created this video to demonstrate various methods for finding portrait locations in the most unlikely of places. You can find great locations just about anywhere, as long as you take these factors into consideration: 1. Consider […]

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New: Special Effects Photography Presets at 70% Off

New: Special Effects Photography Presets at 70% Off

Add unique special effects onto your photos in just 1 click. From sun flares to light leaks to film burns and more. Over 100 presets in all for amazing additions to your photo editing. We were able to negotiate an exclusive 70% off discount for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. Deal found here: The Special Effects […]

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3 Tips for Sports Photography

3 Tips for Sports Photography

If you’re looking to get into sports photography, pay attention to these wise words from sports photographer Al Bello. He often draws inspiration when admiring work from other photographers and advises others to do the same. In his video, Bello details how much work, sacrifice, and luck goes into his job on a daily basis in order […]

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Improve Your Photography Composition by Studying Art Books

Improve Your Photography Composition by Studying Art Books

When discovering the basics of photography, your first instinct might not be to turn to classical painting. Instead, many of us turn to technical blogs and research top of the line editing gear. However, as art educator Tavis Leaf Glover demonstrates, the artists of old may have more to offer contemporary photographers than initially meets the eye: The […]

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Texture in Photography

Texture in Photography

Effective composition is a big part of producing eye-catching photos. It isn’t possible to carry out a comprehensive review of the field of composition in a few short paragraphs. Rather, three aspects of composition that tend to be especially important in texture photography will be covered: contrast, curves, and patterns. Paying attention to these three […]

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How to Improve Your Photography Composition with Any Camera

How to Improve Your Photography Composition with Any Camera

Composition has the power to make or break your photos. Photographer Marcin Lewandowski demonstrates in this short video: Camera technology has evolved at a mind-boggling pace over the last few years. So much so that even the simplest of cameras on the market will outmatch a professional model from not so long ago. But the objective of […]

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How to Retouch a Male Portrait Photo from Start to Finish

How to Retouch a Male Portrait Photo from Start to Finish

The art of retouching is as old as photography itself. And like any art, it can take a fair amount of skill, dedication, and time investment to learn to do well. From learning the nuts and bolts of complex programs like Photoshop and Lightroom, to developing an eye for what needs to be done and […]

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