365 Photo a Day Challenge: Start the Year Right

365 Photo a Day Challenge: Start the Year Right

Unless you get out there and just do it you will get nowhere.

 
Understanding Color in Photography

Understanding Color in Photography

Use color to your advantage.

 
Snow Photography: 5 Quick Tips

Snow Photography: 5 Quick Tips

There is nothing more serene than a fresh snowfall.

 
Learning to See in Black & White

Learning to See in Black & White

You can make successful mono images in any light.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

Keeping Your Camera Still for Sharp Night Photography

Keeping Your Camera Still for Sharp Night Photography

Learning how to begin taking photos at night is dependent on some very key photography practices. Taking photos in low light conditions, especially of the city, is a fantastic approach to get better in your shooting of long exposures. You must primarily learn how low light photography techniques work. Taking good photos at night requires […]

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What Camera Lens is Best for Food Photography?

What Camera Lens is Best for Food Photography?

Your lens choice affects various aspects of your images, including field of view, the details in the image, and perspective. The same idea applies to food photography. The lens you choose affects the look and feel of your food photos. If you’ve ever wondered what factors you should consider before getting a lens to use […]

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Bokeh Panorama Tutorial

Bokeh Panorama Tutorial

While he didn’t invent the technique, photographer Ryan Brenizer popularized the bokeh panorama style of photography with his wedding photos. The Brenizer method of photography is used to create an image with a very shallow depth of field and a wide angle of view. It produces a result that looks something like a medium-format image. […]

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What Is a Long Exposure in Photography?

What Is a Long Exposure in Photography?

Usually, when photographers talk about long exposures they mean that the shutter is open for longer than can easily be hand held, though it’s surely not as simple a definition as that. The first rule of thumb for a hand-holdable shot—the focal length reciprocal rule: If your focal length is 30mm, then you should be […]

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Does Color Science in Cameras Really Matter?

Does Color Science in Cameras Really Matter?

Different camera brands process colors in slightly different ways, similar to how different chefs cook the same dish differently. For instance, the colors that come out of Sony cameras are more accurate, while colors from Canon cameras are often said to be more pleasing. Why does this happen? To answer this question, Gerald Undone is […]

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Product Photography Tutorial for Online Stores

Product Photography Tutorial for Online Stores

When it comes to selling products, how those products appear to your customers matters a lot. It’s even more important for online stores as the customers can’t touch and feel the products. But, taking photographs of products with shiny surfaces can be a challenge. In the following video, photographer Andrew Boey shows the easiest and […]

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