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Composition and Editing Tips for Beach Photography

Composition and Editing Tips for Beach Photography

The first thing someone notices when they look at any image is the way it has been composed. It’s not the technical aspects that people pay attention to at first, but on how the elements in the photograph are arranged. This is why composition can either make or break a photo. Fine art photographer Serge Ramelli […]

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Tutorial: How to Develop Black and White Film

Tutorial: How to Develop Black and White Film

While most of the photographers today shoot digital, the charm for film photography is still alive. There are quite a number of photographers who prefer to shoot on film and develop their images by themselves. James Stevenson has a complete guide to developing a black and white film: The entire process can be broken down […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lake Wanaka Tree Framed By Falling Leaves

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lake Wanaka Tree Framed By Falling Leaves

It takes a genuine effort to photograph a popular landmark in a new way. Photographer Marine Valencia did just that by photographing an image of a popular tree in Lake Wanaka, New Zealand: What’s unique in this photograph is that Valencia has used a basic composition technique that is very pleasing to the human eye. […]

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Macro Photography Using Extension Tubes

Macro Photography Using Extension Tubes

How convenient would it be if you could use your regular lens to take close up shots of subjects just as if it were a macro lens? While macro lenses are perfect for close-up images, they can be expensive for someone who doesn’t do much macro photography. This is where an extension tube can be […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Glymur Waterfall in Iceland

Interesting Photo of the Day: Glymur Waterfall in Iceland

Drones have definitely allowed photographers and videographers to shoot from an entirely new perspective. What looks so normal from ground level can look entirely new and breathtaking from up there. This photo of the the Glymur Waterfall in Iceland by Krose123 is an excellent example: The perspective is so unique that some may feel confused and […]

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Grey Sky Landscape Photography Tips

Grey Sky Landscape Photography Tips

The sky is a vital part of most of the landscape photographs. Whether it be colorful skies during sunrise and sunset or cloud patterns, landscape photographers always look to include these elements in their photographs. But nature is ever changing and one cannot expect the sky to be breathtaking every time. So what can you […]

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Lighting and Direction Tips for Portrait Photography

Lighting and Direction Tips for Portrait Photography

“A camera adds ten pounds.” This saying is quite popular for a reason. How people look in a photograph is determined by how they react to a camera in front of them and by the lighting setup that the photographer has chosen. Multi-talented model, actress, director, and professional photographer Denice Duff shares her experience to […]

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How to Capture Sharp Photos of Birds in Flight

How to Capture Sharp Photos of Birds in Flight

Getting a sharp image of a bird in flight is a challenging task, but it’s equally rewarding and satisfying. These small and magnificent creatures with their quick and unpredictable motion make the task of a bird photographer a difficult one. So, if you’re out for some bird photography, it is essential that you have the […]

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8 Composition Tips for Cityscape Photography

8 Composition Tips for Cityscape Photography

Cities are synonymous with a modern, fashionable, and busy lifestyle. Photographing in the city allows a photographer to capture human beings amidst the sophisticated structures that they themselves have created. Interesting architecture, geometry, and aesthetics of the city can be very appealing subjects to photograph, too. The COOPH team, in association with photographer Niklas Nischke, presents the […]

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How to Make Yourself Invisible for Light Painting Photography

How to Make Yourself Invisible for Light Painting Photography

Light painting is a technique used in photography in which a long exposure is shot and a light source is moved in the frame to add an artistic touch. To move the light source, usually the photographer or the assistant has to be in the frame. So, a common question that arises is how to […]

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