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Interesting Photo of the Day: Soho Building, Japan

Interesting Photo of the Day: Soho Building, Japan

Some photo locations are so good that no matter how many times you come across an image taken there, you don’t mind stopping and appreciating it. The Soho building in Odaiba, Japan is one of those places that’s quite popular. Many photographers and Instagrammers have posted an image of the building. You might have already […]

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9 Common Mistakes by Beginner Photographers

9 Common Mistakes by Beginner Photographers

Mistakes are totally acceptable. We’re all human after all. But if your mistake is purely out of ignorance, then that’s something you might want to be careful about. In photography, when we talk about mistakes, we typically think first of the mistakes in exposure settings and composition. But, what we often ignore are the non-technical […]

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How to Photograph the Moon in Landscapes

How to Photograph the Moon in Landscapes

Our closest outer-space neighbor, the moon, can be a great subject to include in our landscape photos. The moon can act as a beautiful element of a photograph specially when it’s down low. For this, you need to know where to look and where you need to be with your camera. This requires a good […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Andromeda Galaxy

Interesting Photo of the Day: Andromeda Galaxy

Approximately 2.5 million light-years away, we have our closest neighboring galaxy – the Andromeda. And interestingly, it’s visible to the naked eye on moonless nights. It’s expected that the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies will collide in about 4.5 billion years and form a new galaxy. Well, this definitely doesn’t mean that we should start […]

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Improving Bird Photography with Color Theory

Improving Bird Photography with Color Theory

When starting out in photography, we give a great deal of importance to improving skills like composition, getting the exposure correct, and visual story telling. And as we progress, we come across other advanced skills that can help us in improving our skills better. Color theory, for example, is a concept that’s good for photographers […]

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Adding Storytelling to Food Photography

Adding Storytelling to Food Photography

Food photography is something you can do from the comfort of your home. This means, even if you’re stuck indoors, you can still get creative with food photography. You’ll just need to think outside of the box. For instance, in this video, team B&H shows you how you can combine landscape photography and food photography, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Foggy Morning on Victoria Street

Interesting Photo of the Day: Foggy Morning on Victoria Street

Visiting photographers simply cherish Victoria Street in the Old Town of Edinburgh. The gentle curve of the street and the beautiful architecture make it a favorite spot for photographers. This iconic location is considered a mosaic of history, with its ancient stone facades and old-world charm serving as a constant reminder of the past. And […]

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Creating a Pure White Background in Studio

Creating a Pure White Background in Studio

Colorful backgrounds and backgrounds with patterns have a special place in photography. They help in adding to the mood and character of the photograph. But that doesn’t mean that plain white backgrounds are boring and useless. They too have their importance, especially when you want to draw all the attention to the subject. In this […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fishermen of Myanmar

Interesting Photo of the Day: Fishermen of Myanmar

Symmetry in photography is one of those elements that requires a keen eye. And once you’re able to spot it and capture it, the image almost almost turns out to be especially pleasing to look at. That’s probably because we’re programmed to admire things that appear symmetrical. While finding symmetry in nature requires careful observation […]

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Nebula Photography Tutorial

Nebula Photography Tutorial

Astrophotography is a very specialized genre of photography. The images that you can get are truly fascinating. However, taking photos of beautiful celestial bodies is not a matter of simply pointing your camera and releasing the shutter. As complex as the subjects are, the gear needed for astrophotography can be seemingly even more complex. Besides, […]

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