New Year’s Resolutions for New Photographers

New Year’s Resolutions for New Photographers

Start your new photography journey as you learn.

 
Going the Extra Mile For a Great Photo

Going the Extra Mile For a Great Photo

What sets a good photographer apart from the rest?

 
Sunset Silhouette Photography

Sunset Silhouette Photography

The key element to keep in mind is that you are adding a shape, not a person.

 
Photography Is Dead, Long Live Photography!

Photography Is Dead, Long Live Photography!

The new king is actually still the old king.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

How Practicing Street Photography Can Improve Your Wedding Photography

How Practicing Street Photography Can Improve Your Wedding Photography

Street resource: deal ending soon for the The Street Photographer’s Presets at 50% Off As a wedding photographer it’s imperative you provide images that your couples will love, but it’s equally necessary to stay inspired and shoot for yourself. Wedding photographers must advance in their skills year on year, grow, and produce stunning images. I […]

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Do Megapixels Matter? (Video Tutorial)

Do Megapixels Matter? (Video Tutorial)

Do megapixels matter? Yes and no. It all depends on the kind of photographer you are and the kind of work that you do. For most photographers, 20 megapixels is more than enough. Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge explains:  (for those of you reading this by email, the video tutorial can be watched here) […]

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8 Ways to Become More Comfortable with Your Street Photography

8 Ways to Become More Comfortable with Your Street Photography

I know many people who mention that they would like to get involved in street photography, but they can’t get over the initial hump, because they are too afraid to capture strangers candidly in the street. This is a shame, because it is a wonderful and creative form of photography that everyone should try. If […]

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Winter Portraits Studio Photography Tutorial

Winter Portraits Studio Photography Tutorial

Looking for the beauty of winter without braving the blustering cold? As it turns out, you can bring the magic of the snow to any small home studio. All it takes is a little bit of ingenuity, some creative maneuvering, and a few props to bring an outdoor scene to life indoors. Gavin Hoey gives viewers the […]

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P Mode on Digital SLR Cameras

P Mode on Digital SLR Cameras

It seems that some folks are determined to make photography more difficult than it has to be. You might hear some photographers say, “I only shoot using the manual exposure mode,” while others might say, “I only use the Aperture or Shutter Priority exposure mode.” That’s fine and well for those who understand the basics of camera […]

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The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy Camera

The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy Camera

A student mathematician/physicist may not fit the bill of your standard stealth photographer. However, just before the dawn of the 1900s, Carl Stormer did just that. Using what appears to be a stopwatch turned camera, the teenager became one of the very first individuals to capture truly candid photographs on the streets of Oslo: 19-Year-Old Norwegian […]

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