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How to be Creative with a Wide Angle Lens

How to be Creative with a Wide Angle Lens

Wide angle lenses have tremendous creative potential. The way they affect perspective and line helps you make dynamic and exciting images. Yet, care is required to get the best out of them. It takes a little thought to avoid the messy compositions characteristic of photos taken with wide angle lenses by careless photographers. These tips […]

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Wine Drinking Portrait Project Yields Hilarious Results

Wine Drinking Portrait Project Yields Hilarious Results

While it may come as no surprise, drinking wine changes more than just how you feel. It also affects how you act and how you look. According to Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti, the 3 Wine Glasses project began as a joke—finding the inspiration for his project from a saying about wine, which states that your first […]

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DSLR or Mirrorless Camera Pros and Cons

DSLR or Mirrorless Camera Pros and Cons

If you’re in the market to buy a new camera, your first step will be deciding between a DSLR and a mirrorless camera. The choice is a common problem photographers struggle with. While both types of cameras have the ability to capture great photos, each has its own list of advantages and disadvantages. Professional photographer […]

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How to Find & Photograph Great Macro Subjects

How to Find & Photograph Great Macro Subjects

If there’s one type of photography “wild west”, it’s macro photography. While most other subject – flowers, sunsets, the aurora borealis – already have thousands of great shots from pro photographers, the opportunities to take new, unique, and exciting macro shots are endless! Here are a few tips I learned on my macro photography journey […]

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Basic Timelapse Photography Tutorial

Basic Timelapse Photography Tutorial

There’s more than one way to make a timelapse sequence. One way is to shoot with a video camera and speed up the video during post-processing. While this technique has its advantages, Daniel Norton has a better way of making timelapse sequences using still photography: Shooting stills and then converting the frames into a timelapse sequence later has some […]

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Golf Photography Tips

Golf Photography Tips

Golf isn’t thought of as a dynamic sport to photograph, because the action isn’t fast and there are very strict rules on photographing PGA events. One would be quite surprised at how much opportunity exists to capture raw emotion, beautiful surroundings, and athleticism to the photographer who is willing to seek out the possibilities. Go Wide […]

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How to Light On Location Portraits With Horses

How to Light On Location Portraits With Horses

When shooting on location, the best of plans don’t always work out—especially when working with animals. That’s why it’s important to make sure you have the right gear with you. In the video below, award-winning photographer Bobbi Lane takes us through her gear choices as she does a beautiful photo shoot with horses: While it […]

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The Changing Perception of “Snapshot” Photography

The Changing Perception of “Snapshot” Photography

When’s the last time your printed one of your photographs? We live in an age of immediacy. It’s not unheard of to take several pictures a day and share them on Facebook within seconds of their capture. But with the speed of life, our online images are also quickly forgotten. Gone are the days of […]

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15 Essential Photography Tips

15 Essential Photography Tips

Mastering the art of photography starts with the camera. Sure, there are plenty of filters and digital treatments out there that you can use to apply to your photos after they’re shot, but the true art of photography lies in the technique. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a DSLR rookie, it’s important to know […]

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How to Be a Photography Ninja

How to Be a Photography Ninja

Whether they’re a seasoned photographer or just starting out, every photographer has their own way of preparing for an event and a process for making the ‘magic’ happen. However, very few photographers have a way of helping their clients to be relaxed and natural like New Zealand photographer Jonny Suckling. In this video, Suckling showcases his legendary Suckling […]

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