Taking and Processing Fog & Mist Photos

Taking and Processing Fog & Mist Photos

Be prepared to get up early to catch the best shots!

 
Night Sky & Star Photography Techniques

Night Sky & Star Photography Techniques

It's one of the easiest forms of photography that yields some of the most impressive results.

 
Low Light Photography Tips

Low Light Photography Tips

Here is a helpful infographic on the subject.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

The Importance of Constructive Feedback in Photography

The Importance of Constructive Feedback in Photography

Most of us have received critiques of our work at some point of our life. Some of the most subjective feedback is that directed at works of art. Photography is no exception. With a lot of people picking up photography as a hobby, it’s no wonder that a lot of photography related forums are created […]

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Photographing a SpaceX Rocket Streaking Across the Night Sky

Photographing a SpaceX Rocket Streaking Across the Night Sky

What you see here is the 2nd Stage Burn with the 1st Stage Re-entry Burn, which is used to initially slow down to begin the landing process, appearing under the tree limb. During a past launch, at 1:21 am SpaceX continued its run of aerospace brilliance with a night mission of its Falcon 9 rocket, […]

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Hats in Portrait Photography?

Hats in Portrait Photography?

Today I have a photo tip that actually breaks the rules. I’m going to talk about including hats in portrait photography. Hats can say a lot about a person’s personality and are a good prop to use – if they actually DO fit the subject’s personality. But, be careful of the lighting. You don’t want […]

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How to Take Food Photography in Restaurants

How to Take Food Photography in Restaurants

We’ve all been there. Sitting in a dark, corner table of a fantastic restaurant, wishing that we had more light, so we didn’t have to use that terrible built-in flash. Perhaps the meal was one of the best we’ve ever eaten and the one thing that would have made it better is gorgeous photos to […]

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Studio Portrait Light to Dark Techniques

Studio Portrait Light to Dark Techniques

Studio lighting often means our subject may feel that they must stay in exactly one spot. While this is helpful when setting up a lighting rig, immobility can make a subject feel rigid and uncomfortable when posing, which could make the images appear unnatural and stiff. Photographer Daniel Norton from Adorama shares an interesting technique […]

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5 Tips for Taking Travel Photos in Dangerous Countries

5 Tips for Taking Travel Photos in Dangerous Countries

On a recent trip I stumbled upon a slum along the riverbank of Iquitos, an isolated Peruvian city in the Amazon jungle, and walked down rickety wooden boardwalk with my old Canon T2i in hand—snapping shots of the decrepit homes, crumbling wooden stilts, tattered clothes drying in the humid air—until a local security guard walked […]

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