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Tutorial to Combine Art with Photography in Photoshop

Tutorial to Combine Art with Photography in Photoshop

Putting together a beautiful piece of art together with a well-taken photograph is a fantastic way of coming up with surreal images. It brings two art forms together in a meaningful and often striking way. If you’ve been meaning to try it, today we have photographer Irene Rudnyk with this video tutorial. She explains everything […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Windmill in Netherlands During Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Windmill in Netherlands During Sunrise

Morning hours can really be  fruitful for a photographer—if you’re able to leave your bed early, that is. Albert Dros’s image truly supports this statement: Dros actually loves to shoot in these kind of conditions: early morning with a pink sky, lots of ground fog, and spring flowers. As his photo title suggests, the windmill does look […]

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How to Use the Orton Effect as a Street Photographer

How to Use the Orton Effect as a Street Photographer

In the world of editing photos, many techniques have developed over the years in order to create certain distinctive effects in images. Many such techniques have come and gone but only a few have been able to leave an impact and withstand the test of time. One of such successful effects is the Orton Effect […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Natural Framing by a Tree

Interesting Photo of the Day: Natural Framing by a Tree

Using a frame within a frame is one of the classic ways in photography to compose a compelling shot. By framing the subject with another element in the shot, we can basically do two important things. First, it emphasizes the main subject in the image. And second, it adds a sense of depth in the […]

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Environmental Portrait Tips & Guide

Environmental Portrait Tips & Guide

Environmental portrait photography is about photographing a person in their professional surroundings while they do what they do. This type of photography is in high demand because it’s a great way to communicate what a business is about. In this video, commercial photographer Karl Taylor talks about what you need to consider and how you […]

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Focusing Techniques for Landscape Photography

Focusing Techniques for Landscape Photography

Focusing is a critical matter in photography irrespective of the genre. With most photography genres, the answer to where you should focus is obvious. For instance, if you’re shooting portraits, go for the eye. In the case of street photography, focus on your subject of interest. But when it comes to shooting landscapes, it can […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset from Above the Clouds

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset from Above the Clouds

You’ve probably often heard landscape photographers talking about how sunset and sunrise are good times to be out taking photos. There’s a pretty good reason as to why those moments are hyped so much. They present us with magical light that truly transforms the scene around us completely. Have a look at the following image […]

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Camera Basics Tutorial

Camera Basics Tutorial

Photography in its most basic form has three main technical pillars: shutter speed, aperture, and ISO. Also known as the exposure triangle, it’s vital for beginner photographers to understand the concepts surrounding it. Before you jump into other advanced topics like composition and post-processing, be sure to get familiar with these three parameters. Photographer Taylor […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Western Veil Nebula

Interesting Photo of the Day: Western Veil Nebula

The Western Veil Nebula and Pickering’s Triangle are a part of a massive supernova remnant cloud in the Cygnus constellation. They were formed as a result of a supernova that happened some 10,000 years ago about 2,100 light-years away. Thanks to its close resemblance to a broom, the Western Veil Nebula is also referred to […]

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Improving Your Portraits with Reflectors & Diffusers

Improving Your Portraits with Reflectors & Diffusers

Reflectors and diffusers are very affordable tools that can help you improve your photography. They’re portable, convenient to work with, yet add so much value. Interestingly, there are quite a variety of reflectors that you can find on the market. Each of them gives a different look to the images. In this video, we have […]

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