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Intro to Macro Photography

Intro to Macro Photography

With so many advancements in camera technology, there are more and more options and possibilities for the macro photographer. From expensive lenses to fancy equipment to help maximize depth of field, macro photography is made easier every day. That being said, it is still an art form. One that requires a creative eye, a willingness […]

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Tips for Maintaining Creativity as a Photographer

Tips for Maintaining Creativity as a Photographer

As photographers it is pretty much in our job description to produce creative and inspiring work. If your income is based around photography then you know creativity sells. However, there’s always a point in time when creativity is low—writers call it ‘writer’s block’. So how do we combat this unwelcome phenomenon? Luckily there are a […]

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Remote Flash Photography Tips with Radio Triggers

Remote Flash Photography Tips with Radio Triggers

As a photographer, plenty of time is spent focusing on one specific element: light. From the quality of your picture to how the colors are portrayed, this one simple medium can change a wide variety of aspects within your image. In fact, lighting is often one of the first elements an amateur photographer tries to change, […]

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New: The Photographer’s Guide to Video

New: The Photographer’s Guide to Video

Video is a powerful tool for photographers to take advantage of. You can use video to record your life and the people you love, to tell the stories of your clients, or to share more about your business. This new eBook/video tutorial product from PhotographyConcentrate covers everything you need to know to start making your own professional videos from […]

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How to Clean a Camera Lens

How to Clean a Camera Lens

A dirty lens can be a real headache on a photo shoot. Many camera manufacturers offer lens maintenance services, but keeping your lenses clean doesn’t have to be left to professionals. This infographic shows you how to clean your lens at home inexpensively—and without doing any damage: BorrowLenses.com illustrates the process quite clearly; it’s simple. Get […]

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How to Use a Softbox and Photoshop for Retro-Style Portraits

How to Use a Softbox and Photoshop for Retro-Style Portraits

One of the questions that is most commonly asked when shooting in a small home studio is, “Should I use a softbox or an umbrella?” In this video, photographer Gavin Hoey explains the effects of both and delves deeper into how to use a softbox. He then shows us how to take softbox-lit photos and turn them […]

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Landscape Photography – The Rule of Three P’s

Landscape Photography – The Rule of Three P’s

It is true that one cannot learn art or cannot induce in someone the eye for beauty. But obviously, if you have it in you, it can be honed to perfection; however small that is. As a self taught landscape photographer, who has learned everything from the hours of waiting for the perfect light to […]

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How to Make It in Music Photography

How to Make It in Music Photography

Making it in music photography isn’t easy. In fact, with the barrier slowly lowering each year, it can be hard to make a name for yourself in the vast sea of music photographers. However, with a few helpful tips and tricks from Irish photographer Ruth Medjber (whose portfolio includes a variety of famous musicians from […]

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Expert Lighting Techniques for Photographing Still Life

Expert Lighting Techniques for Photographing Still Life

Having trouble producing amazing, crisp, and exciting still life photographs? It’s not always easy to give an inanimate object substance and make it pop, but with a few simple lighting techniques and tricks, you can bring those still lifes to life, so to speak. Photographers Karl Taylor and Urs Recher show us two very different, yet […]

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HDR Photography: How To Do It And Why

HDR Photography: How To Do It And Why

In today’s DSLR photo tip, we will discuss HDR photography, how to do it and why. For some reason, this has become a real hot button issue with photographers. Some swear by it – others hate it! First, what is HDR photography? Defining HDR photography is one of those areas where it can get very […]

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