How to Choose the Right Focus Mode

How to Choose the Right Focus Mode

Needle sharp focusing is at the heart of excellent photos.

 
Top 10 Children’s Photography Tips

Top 10 Children’s Photography Tips

Every moment with children is an opportunity for a great shot.

 
10 Macro Photography Subject Ideas

10 Macro Photography Subject Ideas

Take a fresh look at ordinary objects.

 
The Zone System in Black & White Photography

The Zone System in Black & White Photography

To get more depth you have to increase the visual range.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

5 Tips to Improve Your Travel Photography

5 Tips to Improve Your Travel Photography

The world can be an overwhelming sensory experience, filled with sight, sound and aroma designed to delight all of your senses. How do you capture that experience in a photograph? Most people don’t. Instead, they show their photos with an apology: “You had to be there.” Your job as a travel photographer is to take […]

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Freelance Rocket Launch Photographer: Day in the Life

Freelance Rocket Launch Photographer: Day in the Life

Rocket launches are amazing to witness. And for folks like us who don’t get to see them in person, we’ve got to thank the work of amazing photographers for allowing us to see these spectacular sights. If you’ve ever wondered how rocket launch photographers work, check out this interview with young photographer John Kraus: Kraus […]

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Infrared Photography: 2 Ways To Modify Your DSLR

Infrared Photography: 2 Ways To Modify Your DSLR

Infrared photography is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful areas of photographic art, and there are many ways in which you can shoot IR frames. However, if you have a DSLR camera and you are not willing to invest in state of the art equipment designed especially for infrared photography, then you should know that […]

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Taking Portraits of Strangers: 60 Second Challenge

Taking Portraits of Strangers: 60 Second Challenge

If you’re into street photography, you know how challenging it can be to take photos of strangers. However, photographer Robert Hall shows us this 60 second challenge wherein three photographers head to the streets of Las Vegas and ask strangers to pose for some quick portraits: In the video, photographers Robert Hall, Francisco Hernandez, and Derrel […]

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Photo Editing is No Substitute for Photography Technique

Photo Editing is No Substitute for Photography Technique

Photography has entered a whole new world, with remarkable changes in technology in just a few short years. One thing has not changed, however; the camera—not the computer—is still a good photographer’s most important tool. In recent times I have spoken to a few very disgruntled beginners, who had signed up and paid good money […]

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How to Get Started with Product Photography

How to Get Started with Product Photography

Peter McKinnon, a professional product photographer, often receives products in the mail from his customers, who ask him to take photos. His love for textures and the use of odd props is what make his images come together and stand apart from the crowd: Themes, Textures, and Props When deciding how to photograph your product, […]

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