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Foreground Bokeh Techniques with Portraits

Foreground Bokeh Techniques with Portraits

You may have heard that you should never put something out of focus in the foreground of your images. Some say that a viewer’s eyes will keep coming back to it, and it could become a major distraction in your composition. But Mark Wallace seems to have a completely different take on this. He deliberately uses out of […]

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4 Ways to Use Tungsten Lights in Your Photography

4 Ways to Use Tungsten Lights in Your Photography

Photographers have been slowly transitioning to LED daylight balanced lights, and there’s nothing wrong with that. They help you balance artificial light with the natural light coming through a window. But tungsten lights still have an undeniable presence in everyday life. You don’t need all your lights to be daylight balanced when shooting. This video tutorial has […]

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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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Understanding Lens Mount Compatibility

Understanding Lens Mount Compatibility

There are hundreds of choices when it comes buying lenses for your camera. But you have to be careful so you don’t end up buying something that’s incompatible with the lens mount of your camera. Hopefully, this quick video can help you grasp the fundamentals: Modern digital cameras come with precisely designed lens mount systems. […]

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How to Photograph Ice Cubes Splashing into a Glass of Water

How to Photograph Ice Cubes Splashing into a Glass of Water

You have a glass full of water. Now, ice cubes are dropped from a height into the glass. You as the photographer have to make an image precisely at the moment when the ice cubes make a splash. How difficult can it be? Well, to tell you the truth, the idea is simpler than its execution. […]

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Everything About “ISO” in Photography

Everything About “ISO” in Photography

The ISO function on your camera controls the sensitivity of the sensor to light. It comes in handy in a number of situations, especially when shooting in low light and when shooting action photos. But ISO has far greater applicability. In this video, Tony Northrup explains both the basics and the advanced theories behind ISO: […]

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How to Make Moving Water Look Silky Smooth in Your Photos

How to Make Moving Water Look Silky Smooth in Your Photos

While on a South American sojourn, Mark Wallace landed in Mindo, Ecuador. Standing right on the edge of a roaring river, Wallace gives us a perfect tutorial on how to use your circular polarizer and neutral density filter set (and a bit of post-production) to create a beautiful image that makes the water look as […]

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What is Lens Diffraction?

What is Lens Diffraction?

Lens diffraction is something that every landscape photographer has to deal with. Whether you’re using a top of the line lens or a very cheap one, lens diffraction is undeniably going to impact your images. So, what is lens diffraction? Photographer Steve Perry explains: “When a light wave hits an obstacle like the edge of […]

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Basic Timelapse Photography Tutorial

Basic Timelapse Photography Tutorial

There’s more than one way to make a timelapse sequence. One way is to shoot with a video camera and speed up the video during post-processing. While this technique has its advantages, Daniel Norton has a better way of making timelapse sequences using still photography: Shooting stills and then converting the frames into a timelapse sequence later has some […]

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How to Photograph Butterflies with Extension Tubes

How to Photograph Butterflies with Extension Tubes

Your long lens is a versatile tool. That is, if you know how to get the most out of it. When we talk about a long lens we usually talk about wildlife and birding and those sort of things. But did you know you can also shoot things that are much closer to you? Butterflies, for […]

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