6 Magic Hour Photography Tricks

6 Magic Hour Photography Tricks

Direction of light plays a huge part in photography.

 
Leading Lines in Landscape Photography

Leading Lines in Landscape Photography

Anything that doesn't make your composition better makes it worse.

 
Spring Season Photography

Spring Season Photography

As a photographer it's my favorite time of the year.

 
5 Long Exposure Landscape Photography Tips

5 Long Exposure Landscape Photography Tips

A tripod is absolutely essential.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

Retouching RAW Format Photos with Histograms

Retouching RAW Format Photos with Histograms

Histograms are like road maps. You need them in order to see where you’re going. Without them, you’re just guessing. OK, I suppose with some experience you can get a pretty accurate guess. But if you’re a perfectionist like me, you’d feel way more comfortable if you knew you nailed the shot with the perfect […]

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Creative Portrait Tips for Awesome People Pictures

Creative Portrait Tips for Awesome People Pictures

Everyone loves a good picture of themselves. In an increasingly visual world, having a few on hand is practically crucial. Luckily, the folks at the COOPH have compiled a few guidelines on what it takes to tackle portraiture for any occasion: If you’re like most people, the version of yourself that you bring to a job interview […]

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Practical Photography Tips for Beginners

Practical Photography Tips for Beginners

Is photography getting you down? Did you stretch your budget to buy the best camera you could, then realize you were in over your head? One look at that inch-thick manual, and many new photographers just switch their camera to ‘auto’ and that’s where it stays. Does this sound like you? Don’t worry, you are […]

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How to Use a Teleconverter With Your Camera for More Focal Length

How to Use a Teleconverter With Your Camera for More Focal Length

Teleconverters are secondary lenses mounted between a camera’s body and lens in order to enlarge the central point of a photograph. Its effectiveness in that regard is not up for debate. Rather, the question most potential users contemplate is whether its presence helps or hinders the overall quality of their photographs. As photographer Jay P. Morgan explains, […]

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Portrait Photography Lighting: The 5 Classical Types

Portrait Photography Lighting: The 5 Classical Types

The options that a photographer has to light a person’s face and body are many. You may use different types of lights such as parabolic or diffused and you may position them in endless combinations. There are however, five basic set ups that photographers use over and over again, the Rembrandt, the split lighting, the […]

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Wildlife Photography Gear Recommendations

Wildlife Photography Gear Recommendations

Whether it’s birds or bears you’re hoping to capture on camera, wildlife photography requires gear that can stand up to the elements and take sharp shots at long distances. A little know-how goes a long way, too. So what do you need? This infographic from Tusk Photo covers the basics: Do your research, make a plan, […]

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