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The Dynamics of Diagonal Lines

The Dynamics of Diagonal Lines

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards if you want to dig deeper for further training. Diagonal lines are used by photographers to lead a viewer’s eyes to a particular spot in the composition. This spot is often the subject or very near the subject. Create Visual Tension Visual tension is […]

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Monochromatic Color Photography Tips

Monochromatic Color Photography Tips

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards which are currently 88% off for a summer sale. If you conduct a search on websites like Flickr, 500px, or Instagram using the search phrase, monochromatic color, you’ll see a confusing array of pictures that have been tagged with this art terminology. Let’s begin […]

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How to Create Powerful Photos Through Balance

How to Create Powerful Photos Through Balance

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards which are currently 88% off for a summer sale if you want to dig deeper for further training. In the physical world, it’s pretty easy to understand the concept of balance. In the photography world, the concept of balance is a bit more muddled. […]

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Teen Portrait Photography Tips

Teen Portrait Photography Tips

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards which are currently 88% off for a summer sale if you want to dig deeper for further training. Creating stunning portraits of teens is a super rewarding project – whether it’s your child or you are working as a portrait photographer. With a little […]

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How to Capture Leading Lines That Work

How to Capture Leading Lines That Work

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards which are currently 88% off for a summer sale if you want to dig deeper for further training. Leading lines are a “first try” composition tool for many photographers when they attempt to consciously compose a photograph. The reason for this is that they’re […]

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Window Photography Tips

Window Photography Tips

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards which are currently 88% off for a summer sale if you want to dig deeper for further training. There are many famous quotes that reference windows. This is probably one of the most widely recognized, “The eyes are a window to the soul.” Whether […]

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Silhouette Photography Tips

Silhouette Photography Tips

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards which are currently 88% off for a summer sale if you want to dig deeper for further training. A silhouetted photograph almost always garners immediate and positive attention. There is much confusion out there in Internet-land about the differences between a silhouette, a shadow, […]

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Pick and Choose Tips for Photography Composition

Pick and Choose Tips for Photography Composition

This article is based on concepts from Understanding Composition if you want to dig deeper for further training. Everything today is about getting things done fast. For the most part, we consider that a good thing. However, in photography, slowing down for one second to complete this simple task will significantly improve your photos immediately! […]

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Understanding Black Point for B&W Photography

Understanding Black Point for B&W Photography

This article is based on concepts from the Better B&W Photography Guide if you want to dig deeper for further training. What is the color black? It seems like that should be a relatively easy question to answer. However, it’s not – especially when it comes to black and white photography. There are infinite shades […]

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Tips for Photographing Spirals

Tips for Photographing Spirals

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards if you want to dig deeper for further training. In numerous areas of study, many theories examine why the spiral shape is so darn fascinating to us. The use of spiral shapes in architecture and art dates back almost to the beginning of human […]

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