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Step-by-Step Guide to Better Sunset Photography

Step-by-Step Guide to Better Sunset Photography

Having a DSLR camera to use is the ultimate thrill for a budding photographer. Taking great sunset shots should be easy with such a great tool, right? You would think so, yet I know people who have invested in decent cameras but still could not create stunning sunset shots that even their previous compact camera […]

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The New Rules of Photography Composition

The New Rules of Photography Composition

Like many other disciplines, photography has its own rules. However, portrait photographer James Allen Stewart has found that by breaking these long standing composition rules, you can compose more intriguing and vibrant images. In this helpful tutorial, Stewart shows four traditional photography composition rules and how breaking them helped him create two new rules for photography […]

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Top 100 Photos Captured Without Photoshop

Top 100 Photos Captured Without Photoshop

In a day and age where using Photoshop is the norm, it’s no surprise that many people feel tricked or manipulated when they look at a photograph. Thankfully, that’s not the case for all imagery. Using Mother Nature, perfect timing, and a natural eye for artistry, these amazing photos prove you don’t have to use editing software to […]

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Guide to Creating a Double Exposure Effect in Photoshop

Guide to Creating a Double Exposure Effect in Photoshop

In the world of Photoshop and other photo editing software, it is so easy to create unique, stunning effects that you can’t get with just a camera. With a few techniques and a willingness to experiment, you can take an average photo and transform it into an amazing work of art. A double exposure effect, […]

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High Dynamic Range (HDR): A Useful Photographic Tool

High Dynamic Range (HDR): A Useful Photographic Tool

There is some controversy about using HDR. This stems from the presentation of some HDR images done badly and the somewhat difficult processing of the image for the average photographer to get the desired results. The human eye can adjust to deep shadows and overly bright light quite quickly. The perception of the total image […]

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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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The Work of a Professional Dog Photographer

The Work of a Professional Dog Photographer

It’s no surprise that many people have a special place in their hearts for their furry canine friends. However, Boston based photographer Kaylee Greer has taken that love and created an entire career out of capturing vivid imagery of these four-legged companions in a unique and extraordinary way. This amazing form of photography has sparked […]

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Landscape Photography Tips to Stay Inspired

Landscape Photography Tips to Stay Inspired

Capturing a really great landscape shot requires skill and creativity, but you also need to be able to accept failure and move on from it. In this video, landscape photographer Robert Rodriguez Jr. talks about the unpredictable Mother Nature and offers up a few tips to stay motivated, inspired and willing to experiment: Rodriguez explains […]

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How to Apply the Golden Ratio to Photography

How to Apply the Golden Ratio to Photography

As photographers, it’s really important to know what makes a strong photograph. There are a lot of things you should keep in mind when shooting, like color, lighting, shape, and composition. It takes a variety of aspects to create an exciting image, but if you are looking for one aspect that can really help improve […]

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F-Stop vs. T-Stop: What’s the Difference?

F-Stop vs. T-Stop: What’s the Difference?

Photographer Matt Granger asks the question, “When is an aperture of 2 not really a 2?” The answer? When the f-number doesn’t match the t-number. But, what the heck is the t-number? And how is it different from the f-number? Below, Granger explains the difference between f-stops and t-stops and compares a few lenses: Photographic cameras […]

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