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Canon Announces the Small Peculiar Looking Powershot “N”

Canon Announces the Small Peculiar Looking Powershot “N”

Camera features new shooting styles and easy wireless connectivity Lake Success, N.Y., January 7, 2013 – To inspire creative exploration and encourage instant sharing of life’s every day moments, Canon today unveiled the new PowerShot N digital camera as part of its PowerShot lineup. With an innovative Creative Shot mode that enhances artistic expression and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hippo Underwater

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hippo Underwater

This photo caught the attention of the social media world. I for one had never seen a Hippo underwater, and to be honest it looks absolutely terrifying. Another discussed fact from this photo: Hippos are considered one of the most dangerous animals in Africa (and possibly the world), some estimate there are almost 3,000 human […]

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Top Photography Articles of the Year 2012

Top Photography Articles of the Year 2012

As the year ends and a new one begins, we looked back at what articles & topics attracted the most attention in 2012. We were excited to learn that our visitor base grew 75% last year (5 million photographers stopped by) and we are busy planning exciting things for 2013, thanks so much to all of you who continue to visit us! This site would not be possible without you. We would love to hear your thoughts on these articles, please tell us which one was most useful to you and why.

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The Client Guide: Important Part of a Photography Business

The Client Guide: Important Part of a Photography Business

A vital part of running a photography business is managing your client’s expectations! This is where a client guide comes in, it is essentially a booklet or pamphlet that walks the clients through the booking process, informs them about you, pricing, what to expect, and any other information you want to relay. I for one didn’t know where to start in trying to create one of these things.

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Photigy Advanced Photography Courses

Photigy Advanced Photography Courses

Photigy was built to help creative people turn their passion for photography into a successful business. Found here: Photigy Advanced Photography Courses They also just released their new HDR Photography Essentials pack. It yields some pretty compelling results:

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Art of Photography Course

Art of Photography Course

Trey Ratcliff is arguably the most successful travel photographer in the world and recently developed a popular in-depth training series for photographers. It is 25% off for today only using a voucher code. This four-part tutorial covers the fundamentals of how a camera operates, properly composing a photo, finding your artistic style and basic photo editing. Perfect for Beginning and Intermediate photographers.

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Gazillions of Effects for Mac Photo Artists

Gazillions of Effects for Mac Photo Artists

For those of you looking to do more photo effects, FX Photo Studio, an award-winning photo app for Mac from the MacPhun team, is designed to take users to a brand new level of photo creativity on the Mac. FX Photo Studio is basically a powerful and easy-to-use post-processing photo editor that allows easy adjusting of photos as well as filters to flex creativity.

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Sense of Place, Travel Photography eBook

Sense of Place, Travel Photography eBook

This new eBook is designed to help readers experience a place more fully, see it with wider eyes, and photograph it more intentionally. It is a 42 page travel photography eBook with ideas on how to hone one’s ability to see and express, not just point the camera. This guide is more theory driven than technique […]

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Natural Light Photography Guide

Natural Light Photography Guide

This new eBook was released recently and has proven to be very popular with readers and reviewers. It is an in-depth guide on how to harness natural light to enhance the mood, atmosphere, and quality of images. Developing an understanding of how natural light works and how to work with it can help you hone your photographic skill and broaden your creative horizons without spending more money on sophisticated and expensive photographic equipment.

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Photography Workflow Training

Photography Workflow Training

This workflow training resource is a new 130-page, 10-step guide to establishing a reliable and consistent digital photography workflow. Chapters include Data Management and Data Risk Analysis, Working in the Field, Colour Calibration, Naming files and Folders, Configuring Adobe Lightroom 4, Importing Images, Image Processing and more.

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