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Are Expensive Light Modifiers Better?

Are Expensive Light Modifiers Better?

Portrait photographers spend a good deal of money when it comes to light modifiers. But do more expensive light modifiers produce better results? Photographer Lee Morris from Fstoppers compares the light from a softbox, umbrella, scrim, and bounce card. Let’s see how they fare: Softbox The softbox has to be the most popular and widely […]

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Mirror Portrait Techniques in a Studio

Mirror Portrait Techniques in a Studio

When used creatively, even a simple household mirror can help you create intriguing images. Photographer Gavin Hoey from Adorama explains how you can work with mirrors to create stunning reflection portraits: Preparing the Mirror Hoey uses a normal household glass mirror removed from its frame. The bigger the mirror, the better. For safety reasons, make […]

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How to Use Teleconverters

How to Use Teleconverters

Teleconverters are more than just small pieces of glass that increase the effective focal length of your lens. Besides affecting focal length, teleconverters also affect autofocus speed and accuracy. Photographer Steve Perry explains everything you need to know about teleconverters: How Teleconverters Affect Focal Length and Depth of Field “A teleconverter is basically a secondary […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Over Lindis Pass

Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Over Lindis Pass

New Zealand has been blessed with beautiful landscapes. Pair that with the amazing view of the Milky Way, and what better combo could you ask for? Astro photographer Paul Wilson captured the following image of the Milky Way over Lindas Pass in New Zealand: Wilson took multiple images with his Canon 5D Mark IV and […]

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Landscape Photography: 4 Enduring Tips

Landscape Photography: 4 Enduring Tips

Like any other things in life, there are no shortcuts to success in landscape photography. It requires consistent and tireless effort and occasional clashes with failure. Landscape photographer Wayne Robertson shares four landscape photography tips to last you a lifetime: 1. Spend Your Time on Composition “There is nothing worse than going home and finding […]

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Autofocus Tips for Tack Sharp Photography

Autofocus Tips for Tack Sharp Photography

Sometimes your camera confirms that the AF has been locked but when you review the image later, you see that the camera has missed critical focus. This “false positive” AF lock occurs most often in low light or with a low contrast subject. Photographer Steve Perry has a solution for you. In this video, he […]

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Moon Photography: Camera Settings, Tips & Equipment

Moon Photography: Camera Settings, Tips & Equipment

Have you ever tried taking a photo of the moon? You need a long lens to photograph it, right? But getting hold of a long telephoto lens isn’t enough. Besides equipment, the camera settings and the time of the lunar cycle also play an important role in getting the best moon images. Photographer Karl Taylor […]

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Butterfly & Insect Photography Tutorial

Butterfly & Insect Photography Tutorial

Photographing insects is a daunting task. The subjects are tiny, skittish, and you have no control over them. Another challenge is the shallow depth of field of macro lenses. Chances are very high that your shot will be out of focus, even if the insect barely moves. Photographer Ross Hodinott explains how you can overcome […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Skateboarder

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Skateboarder

Sometimes it’s the simplest photographs that come out the best. Minimalist photographs let viewers easily understand what they’re supposed to look at, allowing them to connect with the artist’s vision. But taking a minimalist photo isn’t a simple task. It requires a mix of creativity and patience. Consider the following image by photographer Kyle Meshna: […]

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Single Speedlight Portrait Tutorial

Single Speedlight Portrait Tutorial

Portrait photography lighting shouldn’t be an expensive and complicated deal. With a proper understanding of what you’re doing, even a single speedlight can help you achieve great portraits. Photographer Sean Tucker shows you how you can create dramatic portraits with a single speedlight and a cheap modifier: For a portrait photographer, using strobes can expand […]

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