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Applying the Rule of Thirds in Your Photography

Applying the Rule of Thirds in Your Photography

New photographers are taught the rule of thirds as one of the first guidelines toward making exciting pictures. This is a technique in which a hypothetical grid (similar to a noughts and crosses board) is utilized to frame subjects. The grid separates an image into nine equal portions with four junction points and four lines. […]

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5 Tips to Add Flavor to Your Landscape Photography

5 Tips to Add Flavor to Your Landscape Photography

Landscapes can have a magical impact on people. Depending on the location, a landscape may instill a feeling of serenity or natural turmoil; it might imply lush development or continuous erosion; green with life or dim, gray, and lifeless. A talented photographer can leverage these features to create pictures that are simultaneously captivating, poignant, and […]

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Introducing Aperture: Camera Fundamentals For Newbies

Introducing Aperture: Camera Fundamentals For Newbies

Beginner photography enthusiasts can be easily confused by aperture. At its simplest, it is defined as the opening of your digital camera’s lens at the moment you take your picture. A lot of digital photography experts think it could be the most significant requirement for creating an engaging shot.

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