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5 Photography Myths Debunked

5 Photography Myths Debunked

Even the best photographers start out as beginners. And, even as technology becomes more intuitive and resources become more plentiful, there is still quite a bit that new photographers can only learn through firsthand experience. Toma Bonciu realizes this more than most. As a landscape aficionado, he frequently leads workshops in addition to creating video tutorials […]

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5 Ways to Improve Portrait Lighting

5 Ways to Improve Portrait Lighting

You can’t learn the ins and outs of light overnight. For even the most seasoned photographers, figuring out how to most effectively implement the laws of light can take years to fully understand. Luckily, there are simple techniques for lighting that can serve as building blocks for grasping more complex approaches. Photo blogger Ed Verosky shares […]

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Quick Photoshop Tutorial: Brighten Portraits

Quick Photoshop Tutorial: Brighten Portraits

Want to bring out the best in your photographs? Offering a little TLC to the tiniest details hidden within the darkest portions of a composition can make a substantial difference in the look and feel of a photograph. The question is, how do you “open up” an image while retaining a natural appearance? Phlearn founder Aaron Nace […]

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Rim Light Photography Tutorial

Rim Light Photography Tutorial

Understanding rim lighting is one of the greatest steps a photographer can make toward mastering the studio. However, getting it right can be an arduous process of trial and error. Andrew Boey of Beyond Photography Academy chimes in with his own personal strategies in hopes of simplifying the process once and for all: The purpose of […]

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Tutorial: Insect Photography White Background in the Field

Tutorial: Insect Photography White Background in the Field

As a whole, humans are quick to write insects off as hideous, filthy creatures that serve little purpose beyond being a nuisance. However, one tropical entomologist is on a quest to slowly but surely change that notion. An old saying claims that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and Phil Torres does everything […]

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3 Simple Rules for Better Photographs

3 Simple Rules for Better Photographs

Life behind a camera lens is a constant journey toward improvement. Style, technique, and equipment are always in flux; photographers looking to excel in their craft must be adaptable, above all else. But, because there are so many moving parts, it’s easy to lose sight of what’s most important in the image making process. SLR Lounge offers […]

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How to Work with Wedding Photography Clients

How to Work with Wedding Photography Clients

Few things are more certain to snag a gig than a positive impact on a potential customer. Unfortunately, knowing exactly how to smooth talk a client isn’t second nature to most photographers. If you’re still learning the ropes and working to master your wedding pitch, here are a few pointers to take to heart, courtesy […]

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Tips for Connecting with Photography Models

Tips for Connecting with Photography Models

For many photographers, the task of working with others can prove to be just as difficult as figuring out the the technical intricacies of a camera and its accessories. Assuming a model knows what you want without communicating is ineffective, while barking out orders to talent can easily translate to unease on and off camera. It’s […]

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Winter Portraits Studio Photography Tutorial

Winter Portraits Studio Photography Tutorial

Looking for the beauty of winter without braving the blustering cold? As it turns out, you can bring the magic of the snow to any small home studio. All it takes is a little bit of ingenuity, some creative maneuvering, and a few props to bring an outdoor scene to life indoors. Gavin Hoey gives viewers the […]

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The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy Camera

The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy Camera

A student mathematician/physicist may not fit the bill of your standard stealth photographer. However, just before the dawn of the 1900s, Carl Stormer did just that. Using what appears to be a stopwatch turned camera, the teenager became one of the very first individuals to capture truly candid photographs on the streets of Oslo: 19-Year-Old Norwegian […]

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