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Using Symmetry and Patterns to Create Stronger Photographs

Using Symmetry and Patterns to Create Stronger Photographs

This article is based on concepts from A Modern Approach to Photographic Composition which is currently 50% off if you want to dig deeper for further training. Patterns and symmetry surround us, and our brains are naturally programmed to look for them. But incorporating symmetry and patterns into photography can be intimidating. It’s important to […]

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How to Use the Fibonacci Spiral for Better Compositions

How to Use the Fibonacci Spiral for Better Compositions

This article is based on concepts from A Modern Approach to Photographic Composition which is currently 50% off if you want to dig deeper for further training. As a photographer, there are a lot of things we have to consider when taking photographs. One of the most important ones is composition. A photo with good […]

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How to Create a Desaturated Cinematic Effect in Adobe Lightroom

How to Create a Desaturated Cinematic Effect in Adobe Lightroom

In this tutorial we’ll go through the steps required to create that coveted desaturated look that is quite common in movies and television, as well as in advertisements and posters—it’s often referred to as a cinematic look. Adobe Lightroom is the perfect tool to help us achieve this effect. To start we’ll need an image. […]

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Tips for Photographing Urban Landscapes & Cityscapes

Tips for Photographing Urban Landscapes & Cityscapes

Landscapes are an extremely rewarding type of photography, but you don’t have to venture out of town to capture sweeping panoramas or breathtaking views. Urban landscape photography or cityscape photography is a type of scenic photography that’s quickly growing in popularity. Due to the fact that most of the world lives in or near cities, […]

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