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How to Sharpen Photos

How to Sharpen Photos

One thing to note about digital photos before we on… the picture format which you use. If you’ve set you digital camera to capture in JPEG format, it is likely you’ve encounter some loss of quality in the picture due to image compression. In this case, it does make sense to apply sharpening on the […]

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How to Edit Landscape Skies in Lightroom

How to Edit Landscape Skies in Lightroom

Have you ever wondered how to bring out the detail in your overexposed sky without ruining the whole image? A problem you may run into taking landscape photos is that if you set up your camera to expose for the foreground, the sky will appear too bright. Since our cameras don’t have the range to […]

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How to Fold a Rectangular Reflector in Two Seconds

How to Fold a Rectangular Reflector in Two Seconds

There are tons of videos on the internet to show us how to fold circular reflectors. But how do you fold rectangular reflectors? Professional photographer Jason Lanier shares a useful tip to help you quickly fold a rectangular reflector: Hold a short side of the reflector at the corners. Fold the sides in toward the […]

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New: Landscape Photography Recipe Cards

New: Landscape Photography Recipe Cards

Struggling to consistently create eye-catching landscape images? Professional landscape photographer Brent Mail has just released his Landscape Photography Recipe Cards, with proven short-cut secrets on how to capture stunning landscape images in tough situations. We were able to negotiate a 64% discount for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. Deal found here: The Landscape Photography Recipe Cards at […]

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How to Shoot Great Portraits in Tiny Spaces

How to Shoot Great Portraits in Tiny Spaces

Don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t have many options because you’re shooting in an attic or under the stairs. In an environment with barely enough space to work with a model and one light, Mark Wallace demonstrates what you can achieve when you put on your thinking hat: To start off, you need the right […]

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An In-Depth Look & Comparison of Canon 50mm Prime Lenses

An In-Depth Look & Comparison of Canon 50mm Prime Lenses

Deciding which 50mm prime lens to buy can be daunting, considering the many different brands, apertures, and prices. Even after a photographer has chosen a company to buy from, it can be difficult to narrow the options to just one lens. Fortunately, Kai hopes to clear up some of that confusion through its in-depth review […]

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Track and Field Sports Photography Tips

Track and Field Sports Photography Tips

Many photographers spend ages looking for inspiration for a subject to photograph. However with sports photography this changes to being very technically adept and trying to capture the decisive moment that shows the effort and emotion that goes into the physical struggle to be first past the line and the beating or peers. The 12 […]

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When to Raise the ISO for Sharp Photos with Moving Subjects

When to Raise the ISO for Sharp Photos with Moving Subjects

How many times have we heard that we need to shoot at the lowest ISO possible to get the best image? Well, photographer Bryan Peterson doesn’t always agree. In fact, he may never agree. In the video below he shows how and why: In the video above, the wind was giving enough motion to the […]

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Photography Tips on Facebook: Reaches 100,000 Followers

Photography Tips on Facebook: Reaches 100,000 Followers

We love our Facebook followers, they are often the first to know if we have a new in-depth article posted and we value the comments, discussions and feedback we receive there. Today the number of photographers following us on Facebook surpassed 100,000! Thanks so much to all of you, we look forward to more exciting […]

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Challenges for Engagement Photographers in the Age of Instagram

Challenges for Engagement Photographers in the Age of Instagram

As of 2017, over 600 million users around the world have registered on the massive picture sharing network Instagram. With the rise of social media, photography (professional and amateur alike) has become more accessible and pertinent to the average person than ever before. The pioneers of the virtual networking universe, millennials have adopted apps like Instagram as second […]

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