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How to Use Shutter Speed to Control Water in Timelapse Photography

How to Use Shutter Speed to Control Water in Timelapse Photography

When working on a timelapse, you make a lot of decisions. You have to consider shutter speed, aperture, ISO, time of day, and various other preferences. While there are no right or wrong answers, you have to know the end result you’re trying to achieve. Each choice you make—no matter how big or small—determines the overall […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure with Camera on Road

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure with Camera on Road

The night sky calls many photographers to enter the realm of astrophotography. However, this specialized form of photography takes more than just grabbing a camera and capturing a few pictures. With such a low level of light, it is essential to use long exposures and to focus on your subject. And be prepared, because finding […]

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How to Style Your Food Photography Composition to the Camera

How to Style Your Food Photography Composition to the Camera

Due to the precision of each and every little decision, food photography is often considered one of the most challenging forms of photography. While it takes a lot of hard work to look effortless, many photographers wonder what it is that holds them back from reaching compositional perfection. However, with one simple yet powerful styling […]

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How to Eliminate Ambient Light in a Photography Studio

How to Eliminate Ambient Light in a Photography Studio

Understanding the basics of photography is essential for consistently taking great photos. To help understand a little more about these fundamental aspects, photographer Mark Wallace answers a message asking how he was able to create a photo that appeared as if it had been taken in a dark room with one light, when he captured […]

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How to Use Light Painting in Product Photography

How to Use Light Painting in Product Photography

Light painting is a fun and interesting technique used by photographers to “paint” light into their photos. It can be achieved with flashlights, a softbox, reflectors, spot lights, or any other type of light source. While many photographers have attempted this phenomenal technique, very few have mastered it. To understand a little more about light painting […]

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The Most Confusing Thing About Lightroom

The Most Confusing Thing About Lightroom

As a photographer and educator, Phil Steele has found there is one fundamental misunderstanding that causes many amateur photographers to get confused when working with Adobe Lightroom. Unfortunately until you understand it, you will never really be able to use Lightroom without causing yourself problems. To help tackle this common confusion, Steele created this insightful tutorial on […]

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The New Rules of Photography Composition

The New Rules of Photography Composition

Like many other disciplines, photography has its own rules. However, portrait photographer James Allen Stewart has found that by breaking these long standing composition rules, you can compose more intriguing and vibrant images. In this helpful tutorial, Stewart shows four traditional photography composition rules and how breaking them helped him create two new rules for photography […]

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Top 100 Photos Captured Without Photoshop

Top 100 Photos Captured Without Photoshop

In a day and age where using Photoshop is the norm, it’s no surprise that many people feel tricked or manipulated when they look at a photograph. Thankfully, that’s not the case for all imagery. Using Mother Nature, perfect timing, and a natural eye for artistry, these amazing photos prove you don’t have to use editing software to […]

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The Work of a Professional Dog Photographer

The Work of a Professional Dog Photographer

It’s no surprise that many people have a special place in their hearts for their furry canine friends. However, Boston based photographer Kaylee Greer has taken that love and created an entire career out of capturing vivid imagery of these four-legged companions in a unique and extraordinary way. This amazing form of photography has sparked […]

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Remote Flash Photography Tips with Radio Triggers

Remote Flash Photography Tips with Radio Triggers

As a photographer, plenty of time is spent focusing on one specific element: light. From the quality of your picture to how the colors are portrayed, this one simple medium can change a wide variety of aspects within your image. In fact, lighting is often one of the first elements an amateur photographer tries to change, […]

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