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Landscape Photography: Quality vs Quantity

Landscape Photography: Quality vs Quantity

When you’re out on the field taking photos, typically there are two ways you can work. You might either spend hours and take a handful of photos, or take lots and lots of photos within a very short period. And it’s important to note that each of these methods has its own set of advantages […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Golden Morning in Florence

Interesting Photo of the Day: Golden Morning in Florence

Mornings are a great time to walk around taking photos. The same holds true not only for photographing landscapes but also for cityscapes. When the sun hangs low it provides a perfect opportunity to photograph the city in a phase that most people don’t often get to see. Besides, the soft light adds a touch […]

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LED Flash Tutorial for Beauty Photography

LED Flash Tutorial for Beauty Photography

LED lights have been on the photography scene for quite some time now. And videographers have been using constant LED lights as video lights for quite a while as well. Recently, companies have been developing LED flashes as an alternative to the traditional strobes that have dominated the market for years. To see if LED […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Heimaey Stave Church

Interesting Photo of the Day: Heimaey Stave Church

Situated in the Skansinn area of the harbor of Vestmannaeyjabær, Iceland, is the Heimaey Stave church. It was gifted by Norway to Iceland in connection with the millennial anniversary of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. This church is in fact a replica of the Haltdalen Stave Church in Norway. What […]

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Planning for that Decisive Moment in Photography

Planning for that Decisive Moment in Photography

You can never be successful in any field if you leave everything up to luck. Similarly, if you want to succeed in photography, you need to be sure of what you’re doing. Every action that you take needs to make sense. And most of the outcomes, if not all, need to be predictable. Luck can […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Portrait in the Ocean

Interesting Photo of the Day: Portrait in the Ocean

When you take a portrait of someone while they pose in the ocean water, you might expect their expression to be excited, lighthearted or possibly startled. Staying calm is a difficult task when you have waves constantly trying to sweep you off your feet. However, the following portrait that photographer Cory Vanderploeg took of his […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Kea the Alpine Parrot

Interesting Photo of the Day: Kea the Alpine Parrot

The New Zealand kea is the world’s only alpine parrot and one of the most intelligent birds around. Unfortunately, due to their very low population of only about 3,000 to 7,000, they’ve been listed as an endangered species. Besides being intelligent, they also feature a brilliant orange coloring under their wings. This makes them quite […]

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Fixing Underexposed Images

Fixing Underexposed Images

We’ve all been there – we think we’ve got the shot pretty perfect, but in reality, it’s a couple of stops underexposed. This could happen for a number of reasons, but the good thing about cameras these days is that they do a great job of recovering shadow details. We can use this to our […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Jute Twine Through a Needle

Interesting Photo of the Day: Jute Twine Through a Needle

Even everyday things can appear quite unique when we pay close attention to them. And this is the beauty of macro photography. This genre of photography allows us to get close and see a bigger picture of the everyday world around us. And random things can either appear stunningly beautiful or surprisingly weird this way. […]

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10 Tips for Drone Photography

10 Tips for Drone Photography

Aerial photography used to be a thing that only professionals could have a go at. It required expensive equipment, extensive training, and comprehensive knowledge of the equipment. But with consumer drones flooding the market, aerial photography has become more accessible to the masses. This has further allowed photographers to capture images from a totally different […]

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