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Low Light Photography: Mistakes & Tips

Low Light Photography: Mistakes & Tips

Low light photography is hard. It’s not only the photographer that usually finds it difficult working in poorly lit conditions, but the camera struggles a bit too. However, if we pay attention to a few things, you’ll be surprised to see how photographing in low light doesn’t have to be that difficult. To help you […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tide Pool Sunset Reflections

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tide Pool Sunset Reflections

Around sunset, the sky puts on an amazing show and the surroundings look beautiful thanks to the soft light. Mix that up with a brilliant eye for composition, and you have the perfect ingredients for a spectacular image. Photographer Jeremy Noyes  seems to have used this formula to capture this beautiful image of the tide […]

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Getting Started with Backyard Macro Photography

Getting Started with Backyard Macro Photography

Macro photography can be quite fun. You can take brilliant images from the comfort of your home. You can get really close to a subject and the benefit is that everything looks super interesting this way. And that’s because we’re not used to seeing things so close and magnified regularly. However, this genre of photography […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Foggy Pastel Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Foggy Pastel Sunrise

It’s true that sunrise adds magic to skies and landscapes. But that doesn’t mean you can simply show up somewhere in the morning, whip out your camera, shoot a couple photos and expect all of them to be masterpieces. Even with this magical light, you need a keen eye, some technical know-how and the right […]

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Wedding Photography: Reasons Why Clients Don’t Hire

Wedding Photography: Reasons Why Clients Don’t Hire

Hiring a wedding photographer is a big decision. For that reason, couples planning to hire one will do their due diligence with researching and vetting wedding photographers. But the stakes are high—and a gig is never a sure bet. In today’s video, professional wedding photographer Taylor Jackson takes us through some of the factors that […]

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How to Handle Reflections in Photography

How to Handle Reflections in Photography

Depending on what you’re shooting and how you’re shooting, reflections can either be an interesting or a distracting element. This is true across different genres of photography. As a photographer, it is up to you to keep an eye on the reflections in your images and decide whether you want to keep them or get […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hair Whip at Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hair Whip at Sunset

Gone are the days when only pros had access to cameras with high-end features. Thanks to technology evolving at a blazing pace, even consumer cameras come with features that once required you to dig deep into your pocket. We can see a great example in the following image, taken by videographer Maxwel Rosa, of his […]

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Long Exposure Tricks with an iPhone

Long Exposure Tricks with an iPhone

For a long time, DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have had an advantage over smartphone photos when it comes to creative photography. The manual mode in the cameras allows photographers to take creative control and lets them take photos that phone cameras previously could not. But today, even the phone cameras have come a long way. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: First Light in Grand Teton National Park

Interesting Photo of the Day: First Light in Grand Teton National Park

Nature is at her best in the early morning. Everything feels so fresh. john_petrucci_ took the following image during sunrise in Schwabacher Landing, WY. It shows how the effort of getting up early for landscape photography pays off: The early sunlight has added a touch of magic by selectively lighting the areas in the landscape. […]

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Using a Starglow Filter with Night Sky Photography

Using a Starglow Filter with Night Sky Photography

If you want to make your landscape photos stand out, one technique is to shoot against a beautiful night sky. After all, who doesn’t love combining landscapes and astrophotography? If you’re familiar with night sky photography, you must know how challenging it can be to make the stars stand out. All of them appear similar […]

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