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Using Different Focus Points for Portraits

Using Different Focus Points for Portraits

Today, cameras come with hundreds of focus points in them, while cameras in the past had just a handful of them. This is a good indication of how technology in the photography industry has advanced. But what good is having more of something when you cannot utilize it properly? Photographer David Bergman from Adorama explains […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Badlands Spire Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Badlands Spire Sunset

The thing about landscape photography is how the shoot can take an unexpected turn. We have no control over anything natural in the field. But this does not mean things always go downhill. Nature usually comes up with ways to surprise us, and sometimes such moments can be unexpectedly precious. The following image shot by […]

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Landscape Photographer Shares Tips for Perfect Exposures

Landscape Photographer Shares Tips for Perfect Exposures

When starting your photography journey, figuring out the correct exposure for every shot can be a challenge. You will probably end up with photographs that are either too bright or too dark. However, your camera has a couple of functions that can assist you in figuring out exposure. In today’s video, landscape photographer Mads Peter […]

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All About Tilt Shift Lenses

All About Tilt Shift Lenses

Out of all the different types of lenses out there, the tilt shift lens must be the most interesting one. If you’re aware of it, you may know that it’s mostly used in architecture photography. And there’s a pretty good reason for it. However, the usage is not limited to architecture photography. If you’re wondering […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Diving into the Fog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Diving into the Fog

There’s something fascinating about photographing abandoned places—the emptiness and the way things age add a certain eerie vibe to it. And when nature decides to help make it feel extra spooky, the “beauty” of the image is unmatched. Take for instance the following image that was shot by a Reddit user who goes by the […]

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3 Must-Have Skills for a Landscape Photographer

3 Must-Have Skills for a Landscape Photographer

Being able to take mind-blowing landscape photos is not just about equipment and camera settings. Since we are dealing with nature, which is something we can have no control over, we need to put in a lot more effort. It’s worthwhile to invest time and energy into developing our skills that can maximize our success […]

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Flash Duration Tutorial

Flash Duration Tutorial

If you’re under the impression that flash is a tool that’s only used to add more light, then oh boy, you’re sadly mistaken! Besides being used as a tool to craft the shape of the subject with light and shadows, a flash can also be used to freeze motion. When executed correctly, a studio strobe […]

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Low Angle Bird Photography Hack with a Bin Lid

Low Angle Bird Photography Hack with a Bin Lid

Bird photography has to be one of the most challenging photography genres out there. The subjects are usually pretty small, and they’re extremely fast and get scared very easily. Photographers thus have to work in stealth mode. You can usually find these photographers in awkward places working in the most unusual ways. One of the […]

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Bad Habits Worth Breaking in Modern Photography

Bad Habits Worth Breaking in Modern Photography

To improve ourselves as photographers, we invest a lot of time trying to dissect and understand what the right things are to do. But, in reality, there are also many things we should also not be doing. Many photographers have been following some practices that are essentially dragging us and preventing us from going forward. […]

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Paramount Lighting Setup & Tutorial for Hollywood Style Portraits

Paramount Lighting Setup & Tutorial for Hollywood Style Portraits

Paramount lighting is one of the most popular lighting techniques used in fashion, glamour and classic portrait photography. It was made popular by the Paramount Pictures movie studio, and gives a certain flattering look to the subject. In Paramount lighting, the light is placed right in front of the subject at a slightly downward angle, […]

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