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Winter Landscape Photography: 7 Tips

Winter Landscape Photography: 7 Tips

Winter photography isn’t always as simple as it seems. It’s a careful mix of fighting the elements and using your photography skills to produce images that really capture the mood of the moment. There are a lot of aspects that you have to keep in mind in order to capture something worth the while. This […]

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My Camera Won’t Focus: The 8 Most Common Problems

My Camera Won’t Focus: The 8 Most Common Problems

If you’re consistently struggling with poor auto-focus performance and want to know how you can improve, this video is a treasure-trove of ideas that you can use. A camera’s auto-focusing performance depends on a number of aspects and any one of them can throw it haywire: 1. The Lens Needs to Be Calibrated If your lens […]

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Studio Lighting Explained for Natural Light Photographers

Studio Lighting Explained for Natural Light Photographers

One of the biggest misconceptions in studio photography is that you need the biggest, baddest external lights you can get in order to produce great work. Things can’t be any further from the truth. Daniel DeArco explains:  You’re probably already familiar with the term exposure triangle—the usual combination of shutter speed, aperture, and ISO […]

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How to Create a Product Photography Lighting Setup on a Small Budget

How to Create a Product Photography Lighting Setup on a Small Budget

Needless to say, studio lighting can be very expensive. Budding product photographers often find it beyond their means to afford the kind of professional lighting setup that’s necessary for producing great images. But what if you could get a professional quality setup for under 50 bucks? DSLR Video Shooter shares this amazing tip:  For […]

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The Ultimate Shooting Checklist to Avoid Common Photography Mistakes

The Ultimate Shooting Checklist to Avoid Common Photography Mistakes

Have you ever worked through an entire shoot never realizing that you had the ISO set to 3200? Or have you made the mistake of not changing back after having taken a group shot with a shutter timer delay? If you, like most photographers, are guilty of such mistakes, here is a valuable checklist to help […]

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The Pros and Cons of Using LED Lights for Studio Portraits

The Pros and Cons of Using LED Lights for Studio Portraits

LEDs aren’t the most perfect lighting tools for studio portraits. But they do offers some advantages when shooting portraits in a studio environment. Jay P. Morgan demonstrates this by using LED lights to recreate the magic of the 1920s: Advantages of Using LEDs With an LED light, you get to see exactly what you’re going […]

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How to Set Up a Nighttime Portrait in 9 Seconds

How to Set Up a Nighttime Portrait in 9 Seconds

Nine seconds. That’s all the time you have to set up a portrait of the bride and the groom. A tired bride and groom, at that. You have to be precise about the exposure, the light, and the pose. You also need to make sure that you don’t fool around and make an already long […]

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2 Methods for Achieving a Perfectly White Photo Background

2 Methods for Achieving a Perfectly White Photo Background

How do you create a perfectly white wall in your photos? Easy, just pull a few sliders in Photoshop. Now, here’s the challenge. How do you create a perfectly white wall without Photoshop? Beyond Photography shows you how: Using Studio Strobes You’ll need two studio strobes for this technique. Set the power to slightly higher […]

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Smartphone Portrait Modes vs. Hasselblad Full Frame Camera

Smartphone Portrait Modes vs. Hasselblad Full Frame Camera

The iPhone X, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and the Google Pixel 2 are some of the latest and the greatest smartphone cameras out there. They handle pretty much all types of light and produce incredible images. But can they compete with “proper” cameras? Marques Brownlee compares smartphone camera portrait modes with the Hasselblad X1D: The […]

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5 More Tips for Taking Pictures of Christmas Lights

5 More Tips for Taking Pictures of Christmas Lights

Are you frustrated because the pictures you take of Christmas lights turn out overexposed or underexposed? In this tutorial, Jay P. Morgan shares some useful tips to ensure your festive photos come out looking great: 1. Time of day is critical When shooting Christmas lights, the time of the day when you make your exposures […]

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