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Interesting Photo of the Day: 28 Day Moon Composite

Interesting Photo of the Day: 28 Day Moon Composite

Determination is the key to success. The same holds true when it comes to making a successful image. This is why some great photographers have a lot of patience when it comes to capturing an image they have in mind. They are ever so willing to invest their time into capturing exactly what they have […]

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How to Mix Flash with LED Lights for Studio Portraits

How to Mix Flash with LED Lights for Studio Portraits

When working with flash, the first thing you do is ensure that no light except the flash affects the image. This is essential for you to have full control over light and to avoid undesirable results that often come from mixing types of light. However, with planning, you can still get great results even with […]

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Telephoto Lenses: How to Find Your Subject

Telephoto Lenses: How to Find Your Subject

When working with telephoto lenses, it’s difficult to get your subject in the frame. The task gets even more challenging if the subject moves fast. This struggle can slow you down, often leading to a missed photo opportunity. In this video, photographer Steve Perry presents a simple technique to help you consistently place the subject […]

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Macro Photography in Natural Light Tutorial

Macro Photography in Natural Light Tutorial

Macro lenses have a pretty shallow depth of field. The greater the magnification, the shallower the depth of field. To get a decent focus on the subject, you need to step down the aperture significantly. However, photographer Micael Widell shares how to take beautiful macro photos using natural light only: Shoot Around Noon As macro […]

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How Sensor Size Affects Composition

How Sensor Size Affects Composition

APS-C lenses have a slightly longer reach than full-frame lenses even though they have the same focal length because of the difference in sensor size. If you’re looking for similar results when using an APS-C lens and a full-frame lens, you need to compose accordingly. Photographer Julia Trotti compares the results of some prime lenses […]

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Street Photography: 10 Sneaky Tips

Street Photography: 10 Sneaky Tips

Street photography is all about capturing the essence of daily life in the streets. It’s a powerful genre of photography that captures a moment as it is. The challenge usually arises when you’re out there pointing a camera at people, which makes them self-conscious and kills the moment. Sometimes you need to be more discrete. […]

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How Smartphone Cameras Work

How Smartphone Cameras Work

Camera technology in smartphones has progressed by leaps and bounds in recent years. This is a blessing for photography enthusiasts and professionals alike. The camera in your pocket helps you capture the moment even when you don’t have your photography gear with you. Modern smartphone cameras have heaps of features built into them. But have […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Epic Sunrise at Diamond Beach

Interesting Photo of the Day: Epic Sunrise at Diamond Beach

Watching the sunrise from a beach can be a surreal experience. You get to witness the beginning of a new day with a cool breeze and the sound of crashing waves to accompany you. And if you’re lucky, Mother Nature will bless you with a show that you’ll never forget. Something similar happened to photographer […]

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Natural Light Portrait Techniques in a Backyard Shed (Video)

Natural Light Portrait Techniques in a Backyard Shed (Video)

Many photographers fall victim to the notion that they need a well-equipped studio with high-end lights to take brilliant portraits. However, with the right setup and preparation, you can take equally good portraits in your home studio, room, or even your backyard using natural light. In this video, photographer Irene Rudnyk walks you through how […]

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9 Ways to Make Lightroom Run Faster

9 Ways to Make Lightroom Run Faster

With every new iteration of any software, developers push out improvements that usually make the performance better. While Lightroom works great most of the time, it does tend to get slow and sluggish. In this video, photographer Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge shares 9 tips to speed up Lightroom performance: 1. Enable GPU Acceleration Lightroom […]

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