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Winter & Snow Photography: 12 Tips

Winter & Snow Photography: 12 Tips

Mother Nature can be pretty stunning in the winter. But before you embark on your outdoor adventure you may want to go through the following tips from PhotoJoseph to help keep your equipment safe when photographing snow: 1. Keep your batteries warm Your batteries will lose power faster in cold weather, especially if they are […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned Chicago Highway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned Chicago Highway

How do you get an eerily empty shot of an otherwise busy highway—completely devoid of vehicles, like some post-apocalyptic scenario? You stack 50 exposures together. That’s exactly how photographer Michael Salisbury created this image:. Salisbury made the original images using a Phase One iQ 180, a medium format camera. Salisbury explains that he usually takes […]

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Aperture, F-Stops, and Depth of Field

Here’s What You Need to Know About Aperture, F-Stops, and Depth of Field

A lot has been said and written about aperture, f-stops and depth of field on PictureCorrect and elsewhere on the Internet. But rarely do you get a comprehensive breakdown of everything that you need to know about these elements of your lens in one place. In this video, Chelsea and Tony Northrup attempt just that. […]

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Shutter Speed 101

Shutter Speed 101

Shutter speed is one of the three most important aspects that determine exposure in photography. Though something that photographers use quite often, shutter speed can be a tricky thing to master unless you grasp the basic concepts. This video tutorial explains what shutter speed is and how you can use it creatively in your compositions: The […]

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How to Make Glitter Sparkle in Photos

How to Make Glitter Sparkle in Photos

Have you always wondered how to make glitter look shiny in your photos? Using glitter in photos is slightly more challenging than it may seem. Photographer Irene Rudnyk has this to share:  The million dollar question is how do you make the glitter show up and sparkle in a picture? Rudnyk has learned the […]

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Try the Nifty Fifty Exercise to Improve Your Photography

Try the Nifty Fifty Exercise to Improve Your Photography

It’s a great time to be a photographer. Better lenses, better cameras, and better accessories—what else could a photographer ask for? With so much choice, it’s actually pretty tough to decide what you want. If we just talk about lenses for a while there are literally hundreds of options. But instead of stocking up on […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount St. Helens Cloud Inversion

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount St. Helens Cloud Inversion

Of all the rare weather phenomena that you could possibly see, this cloud inversion will surely top your list. After all, it’s not every day that you find yourself at the top of a mountain in clear sunshine with the clouds kissing the valley floor: Photographer Ross Schram Von Haupt shares how he captured this amazing […]

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How to Create Film Noir Portraits with Speedlights

How to Create Film Noir Portraits with Speedlights

Film noir is stark and often menacing look adopted in 1940s and 1950s Hollywood movies. In this video, Gavin Hoey from Adorama explains how you can set up a film noir look with speedlights and some easy-to-find props: Film Noir Lighting Setup First, Hoey sets up a speedlight behind Venetian blinds and aims it to light up […]

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How to Adjust Exposure with Aperture and ISO

How to Adjust Exposure with Aperture and ISO

In the second part of this series (part 1 on exposure stops) on exposure adjustment using aperture and ISO, Joshua Cripps explains how these two parameters can be used to change the brightness of your images. He also brushes up on the definition of stops: Often when we talk about reducing the exposure by one stop or […]

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How to Photograph Puppies in Natural Light

How to Photograph Puppies in Natural Light

Regardless of how good a photographer is, if you were to ask for a piece of advice on photographing animals or kids they would probably say, “Don’t work with either!” There are good reasons, too. But then, the promise of a bunch of cute photos is too much to pass on an opportunity to photograph […]

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