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Subject Placement Tips in Photography

Subject Placement Tips in Photography

This should be one of the most obvious things in an image yet many people have absolutely no idea as to where it should go. Most people take their subject and place it slap bang in the middle thinking that is the right place to go. How wrong can you get? This article will help […]

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Travel Photography Tips and Techniques

Travel Photography Tips and Techniques

With travel photography you want to convey not only the scenes you have seen but also the feelings and emotions associated with the locations. The unexpected is always around the corner when you travel and with some careful preparation and a keen photographic eye you can produce some memorable results. Good travel photography starts at […]

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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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365 Day Photography Project Ideas

365 Day Photography Project Ideas

We all want to improve our photography and create those great images seen the travel and natural history books and magazines. Yet, one of the things we lack in getting there is discipline. No hobby or career is ever achieved through laziness. Practice makes perfect. If you aren’t shooting enough images, the chances of great […]

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7 Beginner Tips For Sharper Photos

7 Beginner Tips For Sharper Photos

Scott Kelby, the author of many digital photography books says, “If your photos aren’t sharp then the rest doesn’t matter.” Key to any image is its sharpness, and in order to get those photos pin sharp you need to follow some basic guidelines. There’s nothing worse than looking at a portrait photo and seeing that […]

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How to Shoot the Perfect Picture

How to Shoot the Perfect Picture

An image does not just appear in front of your lens and you press the shutter button and there it is. Neither is it luck or pure chance. The perfect image starts long before you press the shutter. It starts when you are far away from the scene you are about to photograph. How to […]

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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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Adapting to Weather and Time of Day as a Photographer

Adapting to Weather and Time of Day as a Photographer

Have you ever been in the position where your shutter finger is just itching to take some photos? You look outside and the weather is overcast and the sun is nowhere to be found. Take heart; you don’t always need the sun. Here’s why. I was always lead to believe that if there was no […]

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Character Portrait Photography Tips & Techniques

Character Portrait Photography Tips & Techniques

Capturing character through portraits has always been a real and true representation of people photography. The magazines always show us perfection by misrepresenting the imperfections of models and actors and other celebrities. Character portraits capture reality and the essence of the subject. So how do we go about capturing a true character photo that is […]

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Photographing Pattern, Form, and Texture

Photographing Pattern, Form, and Texture

If you want to add a new dynamic to your photography then try adding pattern, form and texture. They will add a new depth to your images and help you rise to a new level in your photography. 1.Patterns Patterns can be found everywhere—in nature and man-made constructions. They are made up of repeated objects, […]

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