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Winter Photo Editing Tips in Lightroom

Winter Photo Editing Tips in Lightroom

Winter photos can be difficult to shoot but they can be just as difficult to post-process.  These Lightroom tips for winter photography from  Mark Denney can help: 1. Change your background This is a simple trick to get started and interestingly, it has nothing to do with actual post-processing. It involves changing the border of […]

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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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How to Use Low Camera Angles for Depth and Dimension

How to Use Low Camera Angles for Depth and Dimension

Photography is essentially a two dimensional representation of a three dimensional scene. That presents photographers with a lot of challenges. How do you show depth and dimension in two dimensions? Lighting, overlapping subjects, focal length, depth of field, perspective, and camera angle all play a role: Camera angle is one of the most definitive ways to create depth […]

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How to Focus for a DSLR Self-Portrait

How to Focus for a DSLR Self-Portrait

If you belong to the burgeoning populace obsessed with the perfect selfie, and you happen to own a DSLR, this is one trick you definitely need to know. Joseph Parry has a method which tends to produce a perfect result every time you push the shutter release: These are the main tools that Parry used for the […]

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This Photography Trick Lets You Take Long Exposures Without a Filter

This Photography Trick Lets You Take Long Exposures Without a Filter

Long exposure photography demands a methodical approach to shooting. It requires careful calculation of the exposure values, filters, tripod, and other gizmos. No wonder not many people actually use this technique out in the field. Not because they don’t know how, but more because it requires so much beyond just a camera and a lens. […]

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Timelapse Tilt-Shift Effect Tutorial

Timelapse Tilt-Shift Effect Tutorial

The miniature tilt-shift effect works fantastically well in timelapse photography. The usual way to create this miniature effect is to use a tilt-shift lens; however, these lenses are expensive. It’s much easier to create this effect in post-production using Adobe Premier, Photoshop, and After Effects. Rob Nelson explains how:  The trick to shooting this miniature effect […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Starlings Form Giant Bird

Interesting Photo of the Day: Starlings Form Giant Bird

Starlings are famous for putting on a wonderful display—known as murmuration—when they flock together. They do this for a variety of reasons, including to confuse predators, create warmth at night, or exchange information. Photographer Daniel Biber sought out starlings in order to capture this amazing formation: A flock of starlings formed this beautiful figure of a […]

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Extended ISO: When to Use It and Why

Extended ISO: When to Use It and Why

You’ve probably heard that extended ISO isn’t recommended. After all, what the camera does at the extended ISO (lower) is make a software based adjustment of the image shot at the lowest base ISO. Most cameras have a low base ISO of 100 or 200. When you shoot at the extended ISO all that the […]

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Food Photography Styling Tips

Food Photography Styling Tips

Food styling is an art. You simply cannot shoot great food photos if you don’t have the right skills in styling and presentation of food. This video by The Slanted Lens will give you a lot of ideas on how to style your food for yummy looking photos: Condensation Fake condensation is easier to manage […]

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Black and White Wildlife Photography Techniques

Black and White Wildlife Photography Techniques

David Yarrow, probably the most easily recognized names in wildlife photography, believes in what Andy Warhol said: “My favorite color is white and my favorite color is black.” In this interview with GMAX Studios, he shares some of his secrets: Proximity and Ground Level Perspective When it comes to wildlife photography Yarrow likes to shoot at close proximity and […]

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