Finding Fresh Angles in Photography

Finding Fresh Angles in Photography

These are just a few tips for shooting more creative images.

 
Composition Guidelines for Great Photography

Composition Guidelines for Great Photography

It's about grabbing the attention of the viewer and taking them on a journey.

 
Travel Photography in the Real World

Travel Photography in the Real World

The sky is not always blue and the crowds do not always clear a path for you.

 
3 Elements of Great Sports Action Photography

3 Elements of Great Sports Action Photography

What's the difference between a good action shot and a great one?

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

How to Use ISO Settings in Digital Photography

How to Use ISO Settings in Digital Photography

ISO should be one of the easiest aspects of digital photography to master, but many beginners in photography still have a hard time understanding this fundamental camera setting. I suspect this is because of the way it is being taught. You see, ISO started out as a property of film, and it was much easier […]

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8 Smartphone Portrait Tips

8 Smartphone Portrait Tips

While traditionalists may be quick to denounce the merit of iphoneography, the fact of the matter is that the tiny camera installed on our cell phones is by far the handiest tool a photographer has at their disposal. Nothing can match the portability and ease of use of a smartphone’s camera while retaining the same […]

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Cloud Photography Tips

Cloud Photography Tips

From the time that I first began to photograph, one subject that always interested me was clouds. I have always loved the old black and white photographs of Ansel Adams and have admired not only his landscapes, but also the way the landscapes were made spectacular by the cloud cover in the scene. Adams was […]

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Portrait Lighting Tips for Bald People

Portrait Lighting Tips for Bald People

Portrait clients come in all shapes and sizes, as does their hair. And sometimes that means no hair at all. Unfortunately, that can present a few challenges, especially that of hot spots or glare. But never fear, the courageous Caleb Pike from DSLR Video Shooter has these pointers to help you win the war on glare: […]

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New: Landscape & Nature Photography Course

New: Landscape & Nature Photography Course

Landscape photography is one of the most challenging disciplines to learn, and the costs of getting it wrong can be disappointing, especially if you only get one chance to visit a location. In this new course released today you’ll take a 4 hour video journey with professional photographer Johny Spencer from the studio to the great […]

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Find Momo: A Photography Collaboration with Man’s Best Friend

Find Momo: A Photography Collaboration with Man’s Best Friend

It’s no secret that dogs around the world have long held the title of man’s best friend. But, in the case of Momo the border collie, a dog can act as an artistic collaborator as well as a constant companion: Although Canadian artist Andrew Knapp studied graphic design as a younger man, he always retained an interest in […]

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