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Where to Begin With Your Photography

Where to Begin With Your Photography

You’ve just bought your first digital camera and have never owned a camera before — not even film. You open the box, take out the manual, and there is nothing in there that tells you how to take photos. Just about the workings of the camera. You want to take beautiful photos. So where do you go […]

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Color and Photography

Color and Photography

We live, eat, sleep, work, and relax in color. Our worlds are profoundly influenced by color. We feel in color and experience life in color. So, we need to use color to the best of our ability and create images reflecting this. Understanding and controlling color is fundamental as you learn digital photography. 1. Reflect […]

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5 Ideas for Great Indoor Macro Photography

5 Ideas for Great Indoor Macro Photography

After writing my last article on tips for beginner macro photographers, I was sitting inside all motivated to shoot some macro images and ready to put into practice some of the keys. But it was raining, and I felt very limited as to what I could actually shoot inside. Now if I was thinking like […]

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Steps to Macro Photography and Tips

Steps to Macro Photography and Tips

Learning to use your camera’s macro feature will open up a whole new world in your photography and may just get you into trouble. Why? Because it can become an addiction and lead to more expensive equipment. Above all, it is fun and easy to do. I entered the world of macro many, many years […]

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Top Pro Tips for Photographing Children

Top Pro Tips for Photographing Children

One the most challenging genres of professional photography must be children. Most kids are as dynamic as the images you’re trying to create, and if you are to achieve any form of success you need to know some basic tips. No child is the same and therefore each situation is unique. Applying the pros’ secrets […]

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Tips For Photographing Flowers

Tips For Photographing Flowers

With the advent of digital cameras and the huge amount of features, close-up photography has become the domain for everyone. The simple macro feature on the current generation of digital compacts has opened up this world to virtually anyone with a camera. Of course the ideal situation is the use of SLRs but it’s not […]

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Photography Lessons Learned in 2011

Photography Lessons Learned in 2011

2011 has come and gone and we enter 2012 hopefully wiser and more experienced on our digital photography journey. If you haven’t learnt any lessons from 2012 it’s time to sit down and do a quick evaluation. If you still haven’t then takee a look at the lessons I’ve learned and maybe you’ll learn something […]

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Using Creative Controls or Idiot Modes on Your Camera

Using Creative Controls or Idiot Modes on Your Camera

To the uninitiated, the idiot mode functions on their newly acquired DSLR camera could be viewed as a real feature that will transform their photography. The idiot modes are the little face, landscape scene, runner, or flower on the mode dial on a camera. If you really aren’t going anywhere in your photography then they […]

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Professional Wedding Photography Tips

Professional Wedding Photography Tips

If you’d like to shoot weddings like the pros do, you need to take a few tips from them. They’ve learned the easiest way to do things and the most effective ways of getting stunning shots. Unless you want to learn from the school of hard knocks, take a few tips. Weddings are the biggest day in the lives of most couples and it needs to be perfect. You only get one chance; there are no retakes and once the day is over so is the opportunity. So, get it right first time and you’ll have a happy bridal couple, less stress and money in your bank account. Create a shot list – this is absolutely vital and every pro uses one.

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Baby Photography Tips

Baby Photography Tips

Every parent’s excitement at the birth of their first child is reflected in the hundreds of photos taken by parents and grandparents. With the advent of digital photography this has increased dramatically. The birth of subsequent children causes this rate to diminish. If the rate does it should be as result of better quality images and not because the novelty has worn off. Here’s how to get great baby shots. The early years of a child are very exciting and you need to document as much as you. Too many photos is better than too few.

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