Photography Is Dead, Long Live Photography!

Photography Is Dead, Long Live Photography!

The new king is actually still the old king.

 
How to Find & Photograph Great Macro Subjects

How to Find & Photograph Great Macro Subjects

With macro photography, you are taking the viewer to a new world.

 
4 Tips for More Interesting Travel Photos

4 Tips for More Interesting Travel Photos

Remember to keep the human interest in your photos.

 
The Travel Photographer’s Decisive Moment

The Travel Photographer’s Decisive Moment

Why is gesture so important?

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

7 Unexpected Items That May Help with a Photo Shoot

7 Unexpected Items That May Help with a Photo Shoot

This list by Peter McKinnon includes familiar items like duck clamps and gaff tape, but it also includes tools and contraptions you’re probably not so familiar with. So, without further ado, here are seven things that you should have with you at your next photo shoot: 1. Duck Clamps Duck clamps are extremely versatile and […]

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3 Steps to Better Interior Photography

3 Steps to Better Interior Photography

With any good photography, you need to decide beforehand what the purpose is of the image that you are about to make. Is the picture intended to show the interior design, the build, the finish, the furniture, or perhaps the floor or ceiling? Perhaps the lighting company hired you to cover itsĀ latest project? Try to […]

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Field Macro Photography Tutorial

Field Macro Photography Tutorial

One of the best ways to shoot macro is in a studio with a flash, which allows you to capture every detail of your subject without distraction. But, since a core tenant of nature photography is “do not disturb,” serious nature macro photographers need to find another way. That’s why nature photographer Paul MorganĀ has put […]

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How to Use Depth of Field

How to Use Depth of Field

What do we mean by depth of field? The term refers to the amount of detail in the photograph that is in focus. A typical landscape photograph will will show detail over a long distance, all of which will be in focus and recognizable by the viewer. A head and shoulders portrait will usually work […]

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10 Sneaky Food Photography Tricks

10 Sneaky Food Photography Tricks

Do you think you know the tricks that go into making food look so delicious in photographs? Think again! This video from Top Trending demonstrates and explains the various methods food photographers and advertisers use to make sure the product looks ready to eat. Some of the things they do and use will surprise you! […]

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How to Photograph Waterfalls

How to Photograph Waterfalls

I love water. Coming from Ontario where lakes and rivers abound, I’d spend entire summers at our cottage as a kid either in or on the water. I’m still drawn to it like steel to a magnet, so it’s not surprising that after learning the technique to create the beautiful pictures like in this article, […]

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