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Aspects of Composition When Framing a Photograph

Aspects of Composition When Framing a Photograph

Composition is the cement that binds a photo together. Without composition your images are nothing more than a bunch of elements scattered across the frame. Photographer Marcin Lewandowski touches on some important aspects of this most critical element of photography: One of the things that you have to deal with in your photography on an […]

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How to Capture Starbursts in Your Photos

How to Capture Starbursts in Your Photos

Starbursts render a magical effect in landscape compositions, especially when the technique is done correctly. A lot of photographers capture starbursts accidentally, but if you know the exact process, you can recreate the magic at will. In this video, John Greengo describes the trick behind the effect and how to control and enhance it for […]

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23 Ninja Street Photography Tips For Your Next Photo Walk

23 Ninja Street Photography Tips For Your Next Photo Walk

Most budding photographers find it extremely difficult to make the transition from shooting inside the comfort zone of their home to actually pointing a camera at a stranger out on the streets. Street photography is often about guts. Street photographer Thomas Leuthard shares 23 invaluable tips to use on your next photo walk:  1. […]

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DSLR Auto-Focus Tutorial

DSLR Auto-Focus Tutorial

Just how does your camera’s auto-focusing system work? ZY Productions gives the rundown: The auto-focusing sensor is located somewhere at the bottom of your camera. When light passes through the sensor and then hits the reflex mirror in front of the sensor, most of the light is bounced up to where the pentaprism (or pentamirror, […]

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Simplification & Negative Space in Photography Composition

Simplification & Negative Space in Photography Composition

Simplification and negative space are two terms that are closely related. You can’t talk about one and ignore the other. But what exactly is simplification? And how do you explain negative space? Ted Forbes shares his take on the subject: Simplification Simplification denotes reducing the elements in your composition down to a bare minimum—just what […]

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How to Convert a Photo to Black & White Using Photoshop Calculations

How to Convert a Photo to Black & White Using Photoshop Calculations

The best thing about Photoshop is that there are innumerable ways of getting the exact same result. For example,if you want to convert an image into black and white, you probably know more than one way of doing it already. This trick by PiXimperfect is, however, a new one to me; it involves using Calculations […]

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How a DSLR Shutter Works

How a DSLR Shutter Works

You probably know everything there is to know about your DSLR, including the way the shutter mechanism works. But have you ever had the opportunity to look at it in its bare form? The way the system works without the clutter of the rest of the components and contraptions added to the camera? Chris Marquardt […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights Wedding

Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights Wedding

This is wedding shot. No, this is a wedding shot with the northern lights in the background. Still not quite elaborate enough. This is a long exposure of a couple in their wedding attire in the freezing cold with the northern lights dancing in the background to complete the scene: Eirik Halvorsen shot this amazing 15 […]

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Do Megapixels Matter?

Do Megapixels Matter?

Do megapixels matter? Yes and no. It all depends on the kind of photographer you are and the kind of work that you do. For most photographers, 20 megapixels is more than enough. Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge explains: What are megapixels? Let’s start from the very beginning. Megapixels define how much detail your camera […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure UV Filter Trick

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure UV Filter Trick

If you simply glance at this image for a second, the trick will probably allude you. This eye-catching image is actually a composite of two. The photographer used a $2 UV filter as a prop to make this happen: Ansh Passi made the first shot depicting the construction site as a normal long exposure. He […]

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