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Creative Composition in Digital Photography

Creative Composition in Digital Photography

The difference between a good photographer and a great photographer is creative composition. Knowing the what, where, and how of composition will put you ahead of your peers and help you create a dynamic image every time. The best images aren’t taken by accident. They’re carefully composed before the shutter button is pressed. By carefully […]

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Viewpoint and Angles in Photography

Viewpoint and Angles in Photography

The point and shoot generation creates a problem when attempting to shoot great images. If you tend to point and shoot without much thought, you are already at a disadvantage when trying to take a great photo. Finding the nearest viewpoint and pushing the shutter button will hardly ever result in a great image. The […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for New Photographers

New Year’s Resolutions for New Photographers

Many of us have received or bought ourselves new digital cameras for Christmas, and with this comes the zeal to create great images. Sadly, the chances of this happening are small, as most of us know that a camera doesn’t take great images, the photographer does. So what resolutions can you make that will start […]

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Compositional Keys and Tips in Photography

Compositional Keys and Tips in Photography

The bottom line to any great image is composition, and how creative you are with your compositions will determine your ultimate photography success. Have you ever wondered why the great photographers produce such stunning images? Simple. They use keys that are available to all of us. Learn to use these keys regularly, and your images […]

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Fill the Frame in Your Photography Composition

Fill the Frame in Your Photography Composition

As a young photographer, I was often disappointed by my photos. There was no instant feedback as with digital images. And, as I began to learn digital photography, I realized that so many of my images had small subjects—disappointingly so. Cropping in post production with Photoshop didn’t help. What I needed to do was fill […]

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Finding Fresh Angles in Photography

Finding Fresh Angles in Photography

How on earth do you find a fresh angle to shoot from when they’ve all been taken? That’s not what I mean. I do not mean discovering a new angle but using new angles you don’t usually shoot from. By changing your angles you’ll add a whole new dimension to your photography. The question I […]

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Garden Flower Photography Tips

Garden Flower Photography Tips

Short of ideas and inspiration when you want to go out and shoot some photographs? If you have a garden, then step outside your door and into a world of inspiration. There is just so much to shoot—and right on your doorstep. Here are some great keys to having fun as you learn digital photography […]

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Diagonal Leading Lines in Photography

Diagonal Leading Lines in Photography

Of all the lines used in photography, diagonals are the most dynamic. You can use them to create a strong impression of movement or you can use them to create a tremendous sense of depth. All images are created with lines—some vertical, horizontal and others converging—but knowing how to place them affects the mood and […]

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The Importance of the Subject in Your Photography

The Importance of the Subject in Your Photography

I cannot emphasize how important it is to give your subject the place of importance in an image. Its correct placement and the removal of any competition only makes the photo more effective. Besides creating photographs that are truly memorable it gives an overall quality to your photos. Let’s try something in order to illustrate […]

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The Importance of a Focal Point

The Importance of a Focal Point

A focal point is the part of an image that draws the eye of a viewer to the most important part of the image or the area that you want to highlight. How you do this will make or break the final image. If you don’t know how to create this point then you will […]

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