Stray Light and Lens Flare in Photography

Stray Light and Lens Flare in Photography

Any stray light can cause an obvious effect.

 
Night Sky & Star Photography Techniques

Night Sky & Star Photography Techniques

It's one of the easiest forms of photography that yields some of the most impressive results.

 
Taking and Processing Fog & Mist Photos

Taking and Processing Fog & Mist Photos

Be prepared to get up early to catch the best shots!

 
5 Tips to Add Flavor to Landscape Photography

5 Tips to Add Flavor to Landscape Photography

Landscapes have a magical impact on people.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

How to Capture Images with Depth and Form

How to Capture Images with Depth and Form

Shapes make wonderful images but our eyes see in three dimensions, and the camera doesn’t. The camera only sees things in a flat two-dimensional view, which can be pretty boring. How do we give the feel of form to shapes in our photographs? We can only do this by variations of light and shade, which […]

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Telephoto Lenses: How to Find Your Subject

Telephoto Lenses: How to Find Your Subject

When working with telephoto lenses, it’s difficult to get your subject in the frame. The task gets even more challenging if the subject moves fast. This struggle can slow you down, often leading to a missed photo opportunity. In this video, photographer Steve Perry presents a simple technique to help you consistently place the subject […]

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Why it’s Important to Know Photography (It’s Not Enough to Know Your Camera)

Why it’s Important to Know Photography (It’s Not Enough to Know Your Camera)

Ever since digital cameras came into the market, many people interested in photography have been concentrating only on learning more and more about how their camera works, and how they can use it so they can get photos the way they want. In my classes, many of my students do the same. They are fascinated […]

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The Photographer Behind ‘I Spy’ Books

The Photographer Behind ‘I Spy’ Books

“I spy a shovel, a long silver chain, a little toy horse, a track for a train…” Does this riddle sound at all familiar? If so, chances are you’ve paged through an ‘I Spy’ picture book at one point or another. Since the iconic series launched in 1992, the books have been distributed to millions of […]

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Enriching Seascape and Landscape Colors in Luminar

Enriching Seascape and Landscape Colors in Luminar

Sometimes you have a great landscape or seascape photo, but it just seems to be lacking that extra-special something. What can you do to fix it? In this article, we’ll be looking at enriching your seascapes and landscapes with bi-color toning and adjustable gradients using the tools in Luminar (which is currently on sale for […]

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Everything About “ISO” in Photography

Everything About “ISO” in Photography

The ISO function on your camera controls the sensitivity of the sensor to light. It comes in handy in a number of situations, especially when shooting in low light and when shooting action photos. But ISO has far greater applicability. In this video, Tony Northrup explains both the basics and the advanced theories behind ISO: […]

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