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How to Make Your Travel Photography Your Own

How to Make Your Travel Photography Your Own

How do we capture images that are really our images and turn them into a fascinating travel show? Plan your travel slideshow in advance. Have a list of subjects that you can capture to use as ingredients or building blocks—not your standard travel images. A list helps you to see so much more on your […]

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Travel Photography Slideshow Tips

Travel Photography Slideshow Tips

This article focuses on capturing photos that are your images and building them into a travel slideshow. Have a list of subjects that you can capture to use as ingredients for your travel show—not your standard travel images. A list helps you to see so much more on your travels, such as markets, artists, buskers, […]

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The Challenge of Photographing Classic Sites

The Challenge of Photographing Classic Sites

Classic or iconic sites. There’s a multitude of these all around the world. They are so popular that they are visited by millions of people every year. As a result, there are also millions of images of each of them. As photographers, our challenge is how to give our photographs of these sites a personal […]

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Travel Photography: Applying Your Personal Perspective and Recipe

Travel Photography: Applying Your Personal Perspective and Recipe

Why do we take photographs when we’re on holiday? Because we would like to have a record of everything we did while we were away. And travel photography should be the way in which we go about recording our travels so that we can revisit and share our experiences time and time again. And really […]

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Computational Photography and Smartphone Cameras

Computational Photography and Smartphone Cameras

What on earth is computational photography? The simple answer is that it is being developed to try and ensure that smartphone cameras can achieve what their big brothers can–and perhaps even more. As has often been mentioned, the major restriction for smartphone cameras is the lack of space. If they are really to be ‘the […]

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Camera Lens Filters and What They Do

Camera Lens Filters and What They Do

“I have a digital camera and some really good software, therefore, I no longer need to bother with filters.” Not so! If you’re not making use of physical filters (as opposed to digital filters) in your digital photography, you’re missing out on a whole world of wonderful creativity. After all, what is photography? It’s about […]

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The Multi-Camera Smartphone: Fad or Fantastic?

The Multi-Camera Smartphone: Fad or Fantastic?

The progress of camera development in mobile phones has been nothing short of remarkable. If you take the time to actually look at image quality improvement over the last few years you will be astounded. The modern smartphone is capable of producing images of such quality that the compact camera market has shrunken considerably. The […]

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Smartphone Camera Basics

Smartphone Camera Basics

The development of smartphone photography has had a dramatic effect on photography as a whole. It’s as important a change as the introduction of the Brownie box camera and digital photography, both of which played significant roles in spreading the delight of photography. The camera in my pocket has added fun and enjoyment to the […]

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The Creative Bonus of Digital Photography

The Creative Bonus of Digital Photography

Some years back I was on a road overlooking Carcassonne, that delightful French medieval city. It was sunset and I, with my new digital camera and tripod, was enjoying capturing images as the golden light gradually changed. There was another photographer close by also with a digital camera and tripod. He waited and waited, then […]

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Reflections: Are You Making the Most of This Creative Tool?

Reflections: Are You Making the Most of This Creative Tool?

We all know that if we make use of reflections we can add some wonderful creativity to our images. How many of us, however, consciously look for reflection opportunities as part of our standard photographic routine? And do we look beyond the standard mirror image approach? Here is a series of images that will hopefully […]

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