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Bad Weather Black & White Photography Tips

Bad Weather Black & White Photography Tips

One of the greatest variables dedicated landscape photographers have to accept is the weather. You can spend hours scouting locations and thousands of dollars on the best possible equipment. But even the mightiest photographer is powerless when pitted against Mother Nature. Obviously, the weather has a dramatic impact on the light, and in turn, our […]

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Photographer Braves Blizzard for Stunning Street Views

Photographer Braves Blizzard for Stunning Street Views

Three hours in powdery snow and subzero wind chills isn’t for everyone. On the contrary, most of us would prefer to stick around inside and shield our gear from the inclement weather and harsh elements. But, for photographer Pierre T Lambert, a quiet cold evening proved to be a source of excitement and inspiration. Using […]

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Beginner’s Tricks for Cooking Up Food Photos

Beginner’s Tricks for Cooking Up Food Photos

More often than not, there’s much more to food photography than meets the eye. Sure, a delicious plate of food may seem like an easy subject to work with. But what appeals to our stomachs doesn’t always appeal to our eyes. Color, lighting, and composition can all influence whether a dish looks good enough to […]

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A Professional Photographer’s Guide to Pricing (Video Tutorial)

A Professional Photographer’s Guide to Pricing (Video Tutorial)

Let’s talk about sales. It’s not the most glamorous aspect of working as a professional photographer, and it’s a point of contention in many client relationships. But, no matter how unpleasant the subject may be, it’s necessary to talk through for those hoping to promote their photography as a business. Pye Jirsa kicks off this insightful […]

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Photo Editing: 3 Common Mistakes

Photo Editing: 3 Common Mistakes

Learning how to perfect your photo edits is not something that happens overnight. However, getting past some of the most common hurdles that beginners struggle with is a lot easier than you may think. Photographer Sawyer Hartman hasn’t always boasted the world’s most impressive edits, but he has noticed some of the most frequent editing […]

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5 Low-Light Photography Mistakes (and How to Correct them)

5 Low-Light Photography Mistakes (and How to Correct them)

Low light photography is a struggle for most beginners for good reason. Without sufficient light, it’s naturally difficult to make a usable exposure unless you’re capable of keeping your body entirely still for prolonged periods. Luckily, getting the hang of the process is far from impossible – you just have to know how to compensate […]

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Same Picture, Different Ways: Benjamin Mendy Photo Battle

Same Picture, Different Ways: Benjamin Mendy Photo Battle

When two photographers go about shooting the same model, who comes out on top? UK artists Victoria Haydn and Joseph Sinclair aim to find out in the following photo battle. Featuring charismatic model Benjamin Mendy of the Manchester City Football Club, these stylized portraits are being put to the test. Celebrity/fashion photographer Sinclair has an […]

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Undoing Bad Habits to Become Better Photographers

Undoing Bad Habits to Become Better Photographers

Nobody’s perfect, and photographers are no exception. Luckily, being a good photographer isn’t about never making a mistake. Rather, it all depends on your ability to recognize where things went wrong. Here, we join photographer Nigel Danson as he approaches a seascape scene.  But it’s not so much about getting the greatest shot possible with […]

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Galapagos Wildlife Photography Walkthrough

Galapagos Wildlife Photography Walkthrough

How do you take awesome pictures of a tortoise that hardly moves? What do you need to capture small crabs in big, bold detail? Where should a person start when there’s an overload of gulls and iguanas waiting to be photographed? These may not be questions you ask yourself every day. But any wildlife photographer […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Swinging into Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Swinging into Sunset

Need to get away from it all? After taking a good look at today’s Interesting Photo, you may be tempted to book yourself an impromptu tropical retreat ASAP. On the shores of Sri Lanka’s Uppuveli Beach, Reddit user LordLaysen captured this incredible shot of his girlfriend using a Lumix G70 equipped with a 25mm lens. […]

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