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Tips for Photographing Wild Birds

Tips for Photographing Wild Birds

An image of a bird perched on a natural looking branch, with its eyes pin sharp, its feathers details clear, beautiful bright colors, and background bokeh that melts like Swiss cheese. No doubt you’ve seen images like that in wildlife magazines or on the internet. But what if you were to be told that many […]

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Multiple Exposure Photography Techniques

Multiple Exposure Photography Techniques

Here’s a set of tricks you can use if you’re interested in double exposure photography. This genre that promises some really awe-inspiring images. The best thing is you don’t need any additional tools beyond what you already have. Photographer Philipp Reinhard demonstrates: Double Exposure Portrait Step one is to choose a vantage point. Step two […]

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Photoshop Tutorial to Enhance Photo Subjects

Photoshop Tutorial to Enhance Photo Subjects

The final task after you’ve downloaded and culled your images is to edit them and make them look presentable. This is where photo editing tools like Photoshop and Lightroom come onto the scene. Phlearn demonstrates how you can expertly enhance your subject in Photoshop: How you process your images depends on the area you wish […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Vortex of Light

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Vortex of Light

Chris Matthew Brady’s images are filled with the kind of stuff that makes up a kid’s dream. Dinosaurs, lasers, fires and spinning stars in the sky—you couldn’t ask for more. This particular image by Brady, however, was about glow sticks and burning steel wool: Brady explains, “This is me swinging a string of glow sticks […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Dragon’s Belly

Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Dragon’s Belly

Even though fire breathing dragon’s are mythical creatures, there’s no stopping our imagination. Ask any first grader and you would be inundated with tales where a dungeon is guarded by one and a knight in shining armor rescues a damsel in distress by displaying his valor. But what about stories where detailed first hand accounts of being swallowed […]

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Tutorial: How to Photograph a White Product Against a White Background

Tutorial: How to Photograph a White Product Against a White Background

Shooting products against a white background is popular these days, thanks to the boom in online shopping and marketplaces. But proper exposure and focusing become difficult when photographing white products against a white background. David Patino shares a few tips to overcome this challenge: Setup for Product Photography Patino uses a simple white reflector mounted […]

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Why Histograms Are So Important in Photography

Why Histograms Are So Important in Photography

So you’ve heard of histograms and been told that they’re important. But why? Steve Perry explains: What’s a Histogram? The simplest way to explain a histogram is that it’s a graphical representation of the light levels in an image. The histogram chart that you see on the back of your camera is a luminosity histogram. […]

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Simple Tips for Better Food Photography

Simple Tips for Better Food Photography

A number of elements go into making delicious food photos. Nisha from RainbowPlantLife shares her lighting secrets for great food photography: Understand Directional Light Directional light produces much better quality photos than light that comes from all different directions. Directional lighting can be of many different types. First, there is side lighting, where the food […]

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How to Avoid Double Chins in Portrait Photography

How to Avoid Double Chins in Portrait Photography

The dreaded double chin. As a portrait photographer, it’s your duty to make your models look great in their portraits. Here are five surefire ways to reduce the appearance of a double chin in your portrait photos from the Koldunov Brothers: 1. Move the Head Forward Ask your subject to push their head slightly forward and […]

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How to Use the Gradient Filter in Lightroom for Editing Landscape Photos

How to Use the Gradient Filter in Lightroom for Editing Landscape Photos

The gradient filter tool in Lightroom is pretty powerful. It works and behaves like the neutral density filters that we use in everyday photography. Using the Lightroom filters, however, requires a slightly different approach to what you might be used to. Joshua Cripps explains: First things first, the graduated filter can be easily accessed from the top right Develop […]

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