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What is the Bokeh Effect in Photography?

What is the Bokeh Effect in Photography?

If you are new to photography you have probably only recently learned about the concept known as “bokeh”. It is Japanese in origin and refers to blur or a blurry quality, and in photography it is a very recognizable technique. Let’s first understand the fundamental differences between soft focus and bokeh. In soft focus photography […]

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Moon Photography Tips

Moon Photography Tips

It’s not hard to learn how to capture the moon’s craters and detail with your digital camera. In fact, once you get a handle on why you must use these wonderful photographic methods, taking pictures of the moon will be pretty easy. A Cloudless Night The first thing to try for, naturally, is a clear […]

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Capturing the Motion of Sports Photography

Capturing the Motion of Sports Photography

For sports enthusiasts, there’s nothing more exciting than athletes playing their favorite game. The sight of the field, rink, or golf course initiates the thrill and anticipation. This can provide some amazing photographic opportunities. However it’s not a matter of point the camera at the person diving for the ball or racing for the puck […]

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How Lighting Plays a Crucial Role in Your Photography

How Lighting Plays a Crucial Role in Your Photography

You’ve heard me deliberate about how significant lighting in photography is, but do you really know the reason why? You may know that gaining enough light is essential, but there is a lot more to the story. First we have direct light. This is from the sun or a strong, bright source. Then we have […]

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What is the Slowest Shutter Speed You Can Use for Handheld Photography?

What is the Slowest Shutter Speed You Can Use for Handheld Photography?

Once you start taking photos, many things become clear. The first is that light is vital to creating a nice photograph. The second thing is that digital photography has made things much quicker and simpler. Third, we understand that proper camera usage is crucial to getting good quality photographs. As soon as these three things meet, we […]

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Setting up for Great Landscape Pictures

Setting up for Great Landscape Pictures

Photographing landscapes is one of the most pleasurable kinds of photography. Not only do you have the chance to take beautiful pictures for your friends or office, but you can produce canvases, large prints, and even presents for people. How to take good landscapes depends on a few very significant things. The light you shoot […]

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How to Freeze Motion in Water Photography

How to Freeze Motion in Water Photography

If you’ve ever wanted to freeze the action on a water droplet or create a silky effect in a running stream then listen up. Shooting water is one of the most enjoyable and challenging ways to photograph really interesting natural photography. The loveliest thing about shooting water is that you can produce different effects every time […]

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How to Get Superb Color in Your Photography

How to Get Superb Color in Your Photography

Color accuracy is one of the most important aspects of photography. A big part of this is getting accurate white balance. White balance relates to the overall color hue in your images. Even a minor modification of color tone can mean a huge impact on all your photos. White balance is important in portraiture, because […]

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How to Photograph Flowers

How to Photograph Flowers

When you first discover how to take photos of flowers it can give you many days of wonderful enjoyment. Flower photography is a favorite type of photography that many people love. It’s not difficult to take photos of flowers if you get all the key elements right. If you don’t have any close to you, […]

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The Secret of Perfect Color in Your Photography

The Secret of Perfect Color in Your Photography

My neighbor placed a 20-page photo album on the counter and opened the first page for me. Staring back at me was the first photo, her little boy against a plain white background in a studio. His sad eyes looked blankly at the camera. I flicked through a few more pages, hoping to see happier, […]

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