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Camera Metering Modes Tutorial

Camera Metering Modes Tutorial

It’s frustrating when an image turns out bright or darker than you would have liked. To better understand how to get correct exposures, you need to understand the different ways a camera meters light. Photographer Saurav Sinha shares his insight on three basic metering modes: To form an image, cameras need to focus the light […]

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How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop with Adjustment Layers

How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop with Adjustment Layers

Photographers have been dodging and burning since the age of film photography. When using this technique, you brighten certain highlights and darken certain shadows. This effectively adds depth and dimension to the image. Photoshop expert Aaron Nace from Phlearn guides you through this technique by using curves adjustment layers: While you could use the dodge […]

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Practical Tips for People and Travel Photography

Practical Tips for People and Travel Photography

People add life to an image and make it more relevant to viewers. But how do you approach complete strangers to take their photo? Moreover, if you’re traveling and don’t speak their language, how do you communicate? Professional travel and documentary photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich shares some great tips: One Common Sense Rule “Be a human […]

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DIY Creative Still Life Photography Tips

DIY Creative Still Life Photography Tips

Photographing inanimate objects is easier than photographing people, right? In reality, that’s not always the case; there are a lot of steps involved. Photographer Chrissie White with COOPH presents this tutorial on still life photography in which she explains her creative process: Finding Props For the purpose of this video, White looks for objects in COOPH’s […]

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Astro Photography Tips & Camera Settings

Astro Photography Tips & Camera Settings

Astrophotography opens a window to another world. The results are so powerful that they make us feel our insignificance. Professional astrophotographer Stan Moniz along with Chris Hau share camera settings, gear, and secret tricks to help you get started with photographing the stars: Gear for Astrophotography Moniz recommends that you have the following essential gear for […]

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When Does Photo Editing & Photography Become a Lie?

When Does Photo Editing & Photography Become a Lie?

Photography involves a mix of the skills of taking a photograph and the knowledge to edit it. But possibilities are infinite with post-processing. Photographers have the ability to manipulate images to their liking. Is there a limit at which an image becomes a lie? Or should editing be readily accepted without any questions asked? Photographer […]

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Night Portraits Tutorial with a Smartphone Flashlight

Night Portraits Tutorial with a Smartphone Flashlight

You probably don’t always carry a flash around with you. But don’t let that stop you from taking nighttime portraits. Photographer Pye Jirsa takes up the challenge of photographing portraits at night using his phone’s flashlight as a light source: Jirsa starts by placing the subject behind a sculpture so that it creates a frame around […]

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7 Tips for Bokehlicious Photography

7 Tips for Bokehlicious Photography

Bokeh refers to the aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus area in an image. Carefully taken images have the subject in sharp focus while the distractions melt away in the soft bokeh. Photographer David Flores from B&H discusses seven ways you can create buttery bokeh: 1. Create Distance It’s important that you put some distance between […]

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Look Out for These Beginner Photography Mistakes

Look Out for These Beginner Photography Mistakes

When starting out in any field, the journey becomes a lot easier if someone warns you of the pitfalls you might fall into. This way you can concentrate more on doing the right things instead of wasting time making wrong decisions. With his years of experience as a photographer, Nigel Danson shares seven solutions to […]

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Travel Photography Tips You Probably Haven’t Heard Before

Travel Photography Tips You Probably Haven’t Heard Before

It’s a golden age for budding photographers. Learning resources are plenty, and most of them are free. The internet is full of tutorials. However, most of them offer pretty similar tips. Photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich shares some unusual photography tips that you don’t hear every day: Allow Yourself to be Naive When photographing people, it’s best […]

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