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Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower Over McCloud Falls

Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower Over McCloud Falls

Northern California provides many a photo op, with its lush forests, high mountains, gorgeous rivers and expansive lakes; it’s truly a nature photographer’s playground. In the Cascades, just southeast of Mount Shasta, runs the McCloud River, with a bunch of spring-fed streams and waterfalls. The McCloud Waterfalls are picturesque at any time of day, but […]

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Using Light to Create Separation Between the Subject & Background for Portraits

Using Light to Create Separation Between the Subject & Background for Portraits

One of the fundamental principles of lighting is creating separation between the subject and background. There are many ways you can do this using one or more lights simply by changing where you direct the light. Here, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens gives a great tutorial on how to easily create separation using light: […]

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Using Telephoto Lenses for Landscapes and Cityscapes

Using Telephoto Lenses for Landscapes and Cityscapes

It’s pretty standard to use a wide-angle lens when shooting landscapes. You get more detail by capturing more of the scene and you build a stronger relationship between your main subject in the foreground and the space in the background. But, we’re all about doing things differently here. We love it when rules are broken […]

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Quick Tips for Noobie Photographers

Quick Tips for Noobie Photographers

The biggest piece of advice for any photographer is simply to keep shooting. Go out on shoots often and take pictures of new things. You’ll gain confidence as you learn. As Kai Wong says in this helpful video for new photographers, part of the enjoyment and excitement of photography is exposing yourself to something new […]

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Tips for Being More Creative with “Boring” Photography Subjects

Tips for Being More Creative with “Boring” Photography Subjects

It doesn’t matter if you’re a wedding, product, food, or landscape photographer; shooting the same thing over and over again can get boring. And lead to unoriginal images. We tend to see what we have in front of us and photograph that one image, rather than think of the subject as a group of images. If […]

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7 Tips for Eye-Catching Minimalist Photography

7 Tips for Eye-Catching Minimalist Photography

Want to make your own minimalist and modern photos for your blog or social media page? Jenny Mustard shows us seven easy ways to create and shoot minimalist photos. These tips are great if you need to come up with interesting and eye-catching photos for a blog or even just add a new dynamic to your […]

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How to Take Street Portraits at Night Without a Flash

How to Take Street Portraits at Night Without a Flash

Shooting portraits at night usually requires a lot of gear. You need your own lighting sources to evenly light the model, otherwise you’re going to end up with harsh shadows and dark faces. But, there are a few tricks to get beautiful, soft light perfect for portraiture without lugging around anything other than your camera. […]

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3 Authentic Posing Tips for Couples Photography

3 Authentic Posing Tips for Couples Photography

There are a lot of articles and videos out there about how you should be posing couples to get beautiful, lasting shots. But, what many of them lack is advice to get authentic portraits. I mean, really honest images—pictures that show what the couple is really like, how they interact, the way they laugh together […]

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How to Avoid Fringing When Editing Landscape Photos

How to Avoid Fringing When Editing Landscape Photos

Have you ever zoomed in on a photo and noticed a white outline around people, the horizon, or trees? That’s called fringing, and it happens because of a simple mistake when editing. A lot of the time, people try to drop the blues in a blown out sky by adjusting the luminance in Lightroom. While it […]

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The Power of Perseverance in Landscape Photography

The Power of Perseverance in Landscape Photography

Any landscape photographer knows that getting the perfect shot isn’t just a given. It takes a whole lot of patience and, sometimes, a lot of trips back to the same location to shoot the same thing under different lighting conditions. You and your camera are only part of the equation—Mother Nature has to meet you […]

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