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How to Use Backlight in Portrait Photography

How to Use Backlight in Portrait Photography

A backlit situation, whether it’s thrust upon you or you choose it, can be tricky. There are, however, some techniques that can help you to make a great backlit portrait. Adorama explains: Backlit denotes a situation in photography where the main light is behind the subject. Sometimes you end up being in a situation where […]

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How to Reverse Engineer the Lighting in Any Photo

How to Reverse Engineer the Lighting in Any Photo

We talk about natural light photography and artificial lighting, lighting ratios, quality, and a million other things all related with the craft of lighting a scene. But rarely do we get to hear someone talk about and talk so extensively about dissecting the lighting used in a photo. Seeing photos and understanding how they have […]

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Timeless Travel Photography Tips

Timeless Travel Photography Tips

Have you always wondered why your travel photos from some of the most breathtaking places always end up looking average? If you routinely feel disappointed with your travel photos, you’re probably not doing it right. These tips from Mango Street could be what you need: These tips are inspired by the works of Chris Burkard. Burkard […]

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8 Ways to Get Fired from a Photography Set

8 Ways to Get Fired from a Photography Set

Have you ever encountered that really annoying photographer’s assistant who always seems to have a piece of advice to give to the director on the set? Or the random individual who seems bent on creating a personal relationship with the client when their real job is to be useful somewhere else? It’s always irritating to […]

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7 Advanced Smartphone Photography Tips

7 Advanced Smartphone Photography Tips

While most smartphone users are happy simply shooting in auto mode, phone cameras are much more powerful than they might think. The key to smartphone photography nirvana is in unlocking manual mode. In this video, COOPH shares seven tips for making pro photos with your smartphone: 1. Manual Mode Unsurprisingly, the first tip is to […]

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How to Save an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop

How to Save an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop

Whether it’s an error of judgement, a momentary brain lapse, or some crazy lighting, an underexposed photo of a great moment is a reality in every photographer’s life. Whatever the reason, there is a way to salvage the image. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shares how: Before you get started, understand that when you start to […]

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Tips for Using the Clone Stamp Tool

Tips for Using the Clone Stamp Tool

You likely use Photoshop’s clone stamp tool on a regular basis for removing lens specks or for replicating elements, and so on and so forth. But the clone stamp tool can sometimes be a little unwieldy, such as when working on a target area that is curved instead of being a straight line. Unmesh Dinda […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Salt Lake City Fog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Salt Lake City Fog

There is a golden rule in landscape and nature photography. Leave home before sunrise and come back long after sundown. These two extremes ensure that you capture both the Golden Hour and the Blue Hour. This image by Hansi Photo sums up this rule perfectly: To capture this stunning photo, Hansi Photo hiked through waist […]

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Panning Photography Basics

Panning Photography Basics

Panning is a photography technique often used in sports, fast action, wildlife, and even street photography to an extent. But it can be used in a much wider scope. The basic principles of panning are always the same, as explained by Marcin Lewandowski: What is Panning? Panning isn’t a new technique. You might have used […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: New Zealand Moonrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: New Zealand Moonrise

This amazing shot of the rising moon and the stunning spectacle that is our Milky Way was taken at Woodend Beach in Christchurch, New Zealand, just 20 minutes from where the photographer, Ekant Veer, lives: The shot combines 12 exposures, all of which were taken on a Sony A7 II with a Sony 55mm f/1.8 […]

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