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How to Get the Most Out of Your Wide Angle Lens

How to Get the Most Out of Your Wide Angle Lens

Wide angle lenses are an obvious choice when it comes to landscape and street photography. They offer a wide angle of view thereby getting everything (with a capital E) in the frame. That’s an excellent thing. However, it also has its downsides. Photographer Mark Wallace shares a few simple tips on how to get the […]

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How to Photograph Fast-Moving Vehicles

How to Photograph Fast-Moving Vehicles

When I think of fast cars and bikes, two-page glossy spreads of fast machines from various racetracks around the world immediately come to mind. Do you ever wonder how these adrenaline pumping images are shot? In this video, photographer Kevin Wing lays bare some of his tricks. He’s a professional motorsports photographer and shoots moving […]

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11 Tips for Shooting Great Wildlife Photos

11 Tips for Shooting Great Wildlife Photos

In this video tutorial, photographer Jay P. Morgan shows us how to shoot beautiful images of wild animals without getting killed! Armed with his Tamron 150-600mm lens and a liberal amount of advice from his father (who shot for National Geographic), Morgan arrived at Yellowstone National Park and shared 11 tips for wildlife photography: 1. […]

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2 Ways to Create Multiple Exposure Images

2 Ways to Create Multiple Exposure Images

Multiple exposures—or the art of exposing a film twice—used to be a difficult thing to do. With digital photography and Photoshop, it’s a whole lot easier. If you’re wondering how to create a double exposure, this video tutorial will point you in the right direction: There are two basic ways in which you can create […]

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How to Be Invisible as a Street Photographer

How to Be Invisible as a Street Photographer

Taking photos of strangers on the street isn’t something that comes naturally to all photographers. For some, it’s the ultimate challenge. These tips from street photographer Eric Kim can help you immensely in preparing an approach for your street photography session: Click, Pause, Move On The most obvious giveaway that you’ve taken someone’s picture on […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: World Trade Center Panorama

Interesting Photo of the Day: World Trade Center Panorama

If you’re scared of heights, this is one photo that’s bound to induce dizziness. This breathtaking vertigo-inducing image was taken from the top of One World Trade Center tower, also known as the Freedom Tower. At 1,776 feet tall, the steel tower of One World Trade Center tower takes this magnificent building to the top […]

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How to Use Your Smartphone as a Graduated Neutral Density Filter

How to Use Your Smartphone as a Graduated Neutral Density Filter

How many times have you rued the fact that you chose frugality over sensibility when packing your camera bag? You’re in front of a lovely sunset by the beach. You set up your camera on a tripod, set the exposure, and then reach out for your graduated ND filter only to discover it’s not there. Well, […]

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Puppy Photography Tips & Techniques With Studio Lighting

Puppy Photography Tips & Techniques With Studio Lighting

If you’re a dog owner and a photographer, it’s natural for you to want to have some amazing portraits of your pup. But puppies aren’t known to be cooperative photo subjects. They’re fidgety, at best, and that’s why these tips from Lee Morris come in very handy: Limit Movement Some puppies have a tendency to move away from the […]

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How to Use the Inverse Square Law in Photography

How to Use the Inverse Square Law in Photography

If you need a one line explanation of the inverse square, here it is: “It’s basically light fall off.” That’s really all there is to know. But that’s probably not why you’re here. You’re here because you want to know how it impacts your photography. Peter Hurley explains: For starters, this is the mathematical formula for the inverse […]

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How to Keep Your Camera Stable for Sharp Photos at Slow Shutter Speeds

How to Keep Your Camera Stable for Sharp Photos at Slow Shutter Speeds

Amateurs and pros alike face the fact that slower shutter speeds and camera shake lead to blurred images. This tutorial by David Bergman demonstrates some of the main reasons for camera shake and how to overcome them: Camera Shake Rule of Thumb The old school rule of thumb about camera shake is that as long as […]

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