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The Ups and Downs of Neon Product Photography

The Ups and Downs of Neon Product Photography

What photographer doesn’t love the twisting shapes and vibrant colors of a neon light?  An instant way of bringing a picture to life, they can add excitement to otherwise mundane shots. However, as photographer-turned-vlogger Hayden Pedersen discovers on the following shoot, getting a great neon photo sometimes takes a little bit of work… As it […]

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At Work with a Street Photographer at Sunset

At Work with a Street Photographer at Sunset

Photography surpasses all languages – whether you live in rural China or the center of Manhattan, it’s possible to recognize, appreciate, and capture the beautiful moments that pass in front of our lenses. At PictureCorrect, we spend a fair amount of time sharing technical tips and tricks to improve your photos. But sometimes, the trick […]

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How to Photograph Luxury Cars: 10 Tips

How to Photograph Luxury Cars: 10 Tips

Ready to hit the road? Anyone can take a picture of a car. Getting that car to look sleek and sellable, however, is easier said than done. Considering everything from location to lighting, it’s no wonder that automotive companies are willing to pour thousands of dollars into top-tier photo shoots. What can you do to […]

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What Photographers Want for 2020

What Photographers Want for 2020

Now that the holiday season has come to an end, it’s time to start looking forward to a new year! The past decade has brought some major innovations in photography, from professional-grade mirrorless cameras to the tiny sensors hidden in our smartphones. However, as most of us are all too aware, there’s always room for […]

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Better Digital Camera Photos: 25 Tips

Better Digital Camera Photos: 25 Tips

Ready to take your photography to the next step? If so, this comprehensive collection of tips may be just what the doctor ordered. Paul Farris covers a wide variety of topics aimed specifically for beginners learning the ins and outs of their cameras. The fact of the matter is, not many of us make the […]

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Composite Photography Tutorial of a Watch in Water & Ink

Composite Photography Tutorial of a Watch in Water & Ink

Have you ever caught yourself staring at a photograph, wondering how the artist behind the scenes could have possibly created the image? If so, you’re not alone. Most of the time, the magicians behind these stunning shots won’t reveal their secrets. However, the folks from UNPLUG productions took the time to show curious fans just […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Evening Eruption

Interesting Photo of the Day: Evening Eruption

How far would you go to get a great photograph? Most of us would draw the line at being anywhere near an active volcano. However, the amazing results photographer Fabian Weber managed to capture almost makes the idea worth toying with. Pictured here is Volcan de Fuego, a stratovolcano in Guatemala famous for near-constant activity […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Japanese Cedars

Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Japanese Cedars

For today’s interesting photo feature, we’ll be traveling to a sleepy Shinto shrine resting at the base of a remote mountain. In the dead of winter, not many brave the cold to visit the sacred site. But, as this image clearly illustrates, those that do are rewarded with an unbelievable view. Shot by Australian-based photographer […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Blood Red Cacti

Interesting Photo of the Day: Blood Red Cacti

For photographers based in the desert, taking pictures of cacti likely becomes second nature. Without a doubt, Arizona-based photographer Eric Noeske has seen his fair share of the wild succulent. However, with today’s interesting photo, he managed to shine a new light on the familiar subject. Here’s how he did it. Likely inspired by a striking […]

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Lightroom Hacks for Stronger Portraits

Lightroom Hacks for Stronger Portraits

Whether you take portraits professionally or photograph as a hobby, finding the post-processing workflow that works best for you is difficult. Especially when working with programs like Adobe Lightroom, choosing between dozens of sliders and tools can feel overwhelming. If you’re struggling to find the best way to perfect your photographs, know that you’re not […]

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