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Photography Tips for Snow Scenes and Storms

Photography Tips for Snow Scenes and Storms

In this article on photography tips for solving the photo doldrums, we’ll cover two more of water’s cold season photo ops: snow scenes and snow storms. Snow Scenes After the snow has just fallen, scenery can be beautiful, before the snow gets marred with footprints and tire tracks. Snow scenes are especially beautiful to see […]

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How Photography Enhances Relationships

How Photography Enhances Relationships

Recently a friend of ours passed away, an elderly widow who was the mother of nine. It fell on me to deliver our gift of condolence to her home and as I stepped inside the front door, my eyes were immediately drawn to a living room wall where a large artistic portrait of the entire […]

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Photography Tips for Water Reflections, Abstracts, Splashes, Puddles, and More

Photography Tips for Water Reflections, Abstracts, Splashes, Puddles, and More

If you believe that waves, waterscapes, and waterfalls pretty well use up all the opportunities that water provides for picture-taking, think again. Here are seven more photography tips with water—remedies for the photo doldrums! 1. Reflections For a mirror reflection on water, the surface must be still and can’t have sunlight shining directly on it. […]

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Frost & Ice Photography Tips

Frost & Ice Photography Tips

In previous articles we’ve considered photography tips using water as an ideal photo subject during warm seasons when it involves waves, waterscapes, waterfalls, reflections, abstracts, spray ‘n splash, bubbles ‘n foam, puddles, condensation, hail, mist and fog to help us out of the photo doldrums. Now, let’s consider some of its cold season photo ops […]

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Photography Tips for Waves, Waterscapes and Waterfalls

Photography Tips for Waves, Waterscapes and Waterfalls

Is your camera gathering dust right now? Is it because you can’t think of anything to take pictures of? Then you’ve caught the photo doldrums! What’s the remedy? It’s quite possibly something very simple—you need to start shooting the ideal photo subject. ” No other subject offers a… photographer such a range of possibilities for […]

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Winter Photography Tips for Ice, Rain, and Snow

Winter Photography Tips for Ice, Rain, and Snow

In this article we’ll cover photography tips for overcoming the winter photo doldrums with water as icy streams, freezing rain, icicles and snowflakes: 1. Icy Streams A quietly running stream won’t make “tenacious grace” but after it thinly freezes over, it may sculpt the underside of the ice with the gently running water and any […]

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Photography Tips for Wall Art

Photography Tips for Wall Art

Almost every photographer has had the urge to mount and display his or her photos as wall art, either at home or maybe in the office at work. At one time or another—we’ve nearly all done it—we took one of our ‘best shots’, had an enlargement made, and framed it. We brought it home or […]

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Photography Tips for Mist, Fog, Condensation, and Hail

Photography Tips for Mist, Fog, Condensation, and Hail

Soon we will be considering photography tips on waves, waterscapes, waterfalls, reflections, abstracts, splash ‘n spray, foam, bubbles, and puddles as remedies for the photo doldrums. But, water can provide even more photo ops! Regularly check your local weather forecasts and keep a notebook of the special places you find in your neighborhood that provide […]

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How to Improve Your Fine Art Photography

How to Improve Your Fine Art Photography

How do you proceed to grow and develop as a fine art photographer? Basically, regular use of your camera with deliberate intent, while paying attention to the following, is what brings it about. 1. Pursue the Goal To make images that stir the viewer’s thinking and emotions. 2. Develop Your “Seeing” Skills It’s the first […]

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