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How to Tell a Story with Your Photos

How to Tell a Story with Your Photos

This article is based on concepts from The Advanced Composition Course (currently 93% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. You know the phrase, “A picture says a 1,000 words.” However, if we assemble 1,000 random words, will they make an interesting story? Probably not as often as we would like. You […]

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The Secret to Great Landscape Photos: Focus on a Subject

The Secret to Great Landscape Photos: Focus on a Subject

This article is based on concepts from The Advanced Composition Course (currently 93% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. What kind of things make a photograph interesting? What can we include in our photos that will make them stronger? This is going to sound completely crazy, but I believe one of […]

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Compositional Balance vs the Rule of Thirds

Compositional Balance vs the Rule of Thirds

This article is based on concepts from The Advanced Composition Course (currently 93% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. What is the first rule of composition that we all learn at the very beginning of our journey? The Rule of Thirds—right. What if there was another simple rule, that was as […]

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Purposeful Horizon Placement in Photo Compositions

Purposeful Horizon Placement in Photo Compositions

This article is based on concepts from The Advanced Composition Course (currently 93% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. Did you know that where you place the horizon within your photos can have a dramatic effect on the feeling of your images? Of course, it’s our job as photographers to take […]

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Sunset Photography: Great Light & Great Color

Sunset Photography: Great Light & Great Color

This article is based on concepts from The Photoshop Essentials Course (currently 75% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. This little gold nugget was another light bulb moment in my photography journey. You see, I love chasing a bright colourful sunrise and sunset as much as anyone and for many years […]

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Aiming for Simplicity in Photography

Aiming for Simplicity in Photography

This article is based on concepts from The Photoshop Essentials Course (currently 75% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. In photography almost always, less is more. The fewer elements in a photo the clearer the story and the more impact your photo will have. Song writers tell powerful emotive stories with […]

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Photo Editing Ordinary to Extraordinary

Photo Editing Ordinary to Extraordinary

This article is based on concepts from The Photoshop Essentials Course (currently 75% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. How much impact can we get from a photo that looked to be destined for the trash bin? With a couple of well-placed editing techniques, these photos go from Ordinary to Extraordinary! […]

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