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Overcoming Social Anxiety as a Street Photographer: 5 Tips

Overcoming Social Anxiety as a Street Photographer: 5 Tips

Have you ever felt shy, awkward, self-conscious, or socially insecure when taking photos in public? In street photography, these feelings are actually quite common. However, it’s up to you to overcome your shyness, otherwise this kind of insecurity can adversely affect your concentration and the quality of your work. In this video, photographer Pierre T. […]

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Rescuing an Average Landscape Image with the Tone Curve

Rescuing an Average Landscape Image with the Tone Curve

When heading out to take some landscape shots, good results aren’t always guaranteed. Some days are better than others, like when you end up with beautiful looking images as planned. For those days that are against you, editing can be a last resort to transform an average looking image to something that’s print worthy. Photographer […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Suspension Bridge at Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: Suspension Bridge at Night

People have mixed feelings as far as suspension bridges are concerned. Some don’t care and simply cross it, while for others it is no less than a thrilling adventure. In any case, we must admit that they surely are spectacular. While crossing it is one thing, standing on it admiring the beautiful view whilst the […]

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Landscape Photography Tips: Shooting Into the Sun

Landscape Photography Tips: Shooting Into the Sun

Shooting into the sun is something that most photographers refrain from doing. The reason being that it poses a number of problems. Uneven exposure in the sky and the landscape, lens flare and artifacts are some of them. To help you overcome the challenges you face when shooting into the sun, photographer Ian Worth explains […]

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Wildlife Photography Tips: Backlit Subjects

Wildlife Photography Tips: Backlit Subjects

Back-lighting a subject comes in handy when you want to separate the subject from the rest of the scene. It opens up interesting body features of the subject and makes the image so much better. However, this technique is equally challenging as it requires you to shoot into the sun. Professional wildlife photographer Paul Miguel […]

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The Laws Surrounding Street Photography

The Laws Surrounding Street Photography

Street photography can get really confusing as far as ethics and legalities are concerned. There are a lot of questions that can come up. Is it right to take photos of anyone in a public space? Do you need release papers to publish photos? How right or wrong is it to post photos that have […]

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Using High Speed Sync Flash For Studio Portraits

Using High Speed Sync Flash For Studio Portraits

High Speed Sync (HSS) is a quite handy feature in a flash system that allows you to use flash at shutter speeds beyond the camera’s sync speed. This is important as it lets you use a combination of wide apertures and fast shutter speeds to create dramatic portraits. In this video, photographer Gavin Hoey from […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Dolomites Landscape Contrast

Interesting Photo of the Day: Dolomites Landscape Contrast

Some places on earth are truly blessed with varying landscapes. And getting to travel to such locations is an experience worth remembering. When traveler and photographer Wilhelm Gisow was at the Dolomites in Italy, he captured the following spectacular image. The difference in land form is so great that it makes you question if the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Night in Toronto

Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Night in Toronto

Beautiful weather makes for a good photo. That’s true, but, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t take good photos during unfavorable conditions. In fact, so-called bad weather can be a new window of opportunity to take interesting photos. Take the following photograph for instance. It was taken by photographer Michael Sidofsky in Toronto during […]

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6 Things to Consider When Printing Your Images

6 Things to Consider When Printing Your Images

The satisfaction of holding a print of an image that you took is really something special. And like taking photos, printing is something of an art in itself. The process also includes some technicalities, and as a photographer it’s a good idea to have at least a general understanding of such things. To demystify the […]

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