Fall Foliage: Tips For Taking Great Fall Photos

Fall Foliage: Tips For Taking Great Fall Photos

Here are some tips for creating great fall images.

 
Tips to Be a Great Assistant Photographer

Tips to Be a Great Assistant Photographer

Keep an eye open for something different and things the photographer might miss.

 
Photography Is Dead, Long Live Photography!

Photography Is Dead, Long Live Photography!

The new king is actually still the old king.

 
The Travel Photographer’s Decisive Moment

The Travel Photographer’s Decisive Moment

Why is gesture so important?

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

Going the Extra Mile For a Great Photo

Going the Extra Mile For a Great Photo

Nature photography classes have taught me a lot as a teacher. They have helped me to evaluate how much emphasis in nature photography should be on technology—and how much on creativity. Half my time spent teaching is concentrated on the essential mechanics of good photography: aperture, shutter speed, ISO, lenses, and so on. The rest […]

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6 Reasons to Try Long Exposure Photography

6 Reasons to Try Long Exposure Photography

The purchase of a nine stop neutral density filter two years ago changed my approach to landscape photography. It allowed me to take photos using shutter speeds of one minute or longer and gave me a new way of photographing the sea (I live on the coast at the bottom of New Zealand’s North Island). […]

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Huge Photo Editing Software Black Friday Deal: Topaz Labs

Huge Photo Editing Software Black Friday Deal: Topaz Labs

The Topaz Photography Collection now includes 17 amazing products. Whether you’re a new user or you’ve been waiting to complete your collection, it’s the best offer of the year to check it out! They normally offer the complete collection at half off, however today using the coupon code BLACKFRIDAY2017, photographers can get an additional 50% […]

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Forced Perspective Photography: How it Works

Forced Perspective Photography: How it Works

Have you ever seen a picture of the sun or moon balanced between a person’s thumb and forefinger? How about a tourist’s snapshot of the Leaning Tower of Pisa being “pushed” over? As John Hess of FilmmakerIQ.com explains, what you’re seeing in those instances is known as forced perspective. And it’s not just good for novelty […]

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Street Photography Tips at Night

Street Photography Tips at Night

Taking pictures at night gives an image a completely different feel because it captures different stories of daily life—sometimes more dramatic than the ones captured during the day. There is also a whole new cast of characters at night that make taking pictures on the streets after dark an even more adventurous experience in street […]

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Creating Illusions of Other Scenes in a Home Photo Studio

Creating Illusions of Other Scenes in a Home Photo Studio

Frustrated with your studio’s lack of space? Turn things around and start thinking big! Photographer Gavin Hoey demonstrates that a little bit of creativity and technique can transform even the smallest room into a grand production: In this step-by-step guide, we’ll be going over just what Hoey had to do in order to bring this fanciful […]

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