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Bokeh Panorama Technique for Wildlife Photography

Bokeh Panorama Technique for Wildlife Photography

You might normally think of bokeh panoramas as relevant to portrait photography. They’re great when you want the subject to pop off the screen and show an interesting 3D effect. But they can also be used in other contexts. Mathieu Stern created this video to demonstrate how he uses a bokeh panorama for wildlife photography. […]

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Why Does “Bad” Composition Work?

Why Does “Bad” Composition Work?

The rule of thirds is a common framing technique used in photography and cinematography and likely one of the first lessons most photographers learn. This method brings balance and natural appearance to the composition, often resulting in a crisp, appealing image. But Brain Flick has some different views on the rule of thirds and how it can be […]

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How to Avoid the Red Eye Effect

How to Avoid the Red Eye Effect

There was nothing more frustrating back in the day than having your disposable camera’s photos developed just to find that your subject(s) had red eyes. This is an annoying effect that comes from camera flash and the harsh light that enters the subject’s eyes. Michael Aranda shares this video informing us about how the red eye […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hurricane Ivan from the ISS

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hurricane Ivan from the ISS

Here’s a perspective of a natural disaster you don’t see every day. One quick glance at this image and it may resemble skyscrapers pointing upward toward a hole in the sky, similar to a science fiction apocalyptic movie. No, those are solar array panels on the International Space Station and this was taken from an […]

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There’s More to Landscape Photography Than Just Taking Pictures

There’s More to Landscape Photography Than Just Taking Pictures

Landscape photographer Thomas Heaton has some guidance on the inspirations that go hand-in-hand with his line of work. For anyone struggling to find or rekindle passion for creating landscape masterpieces, he offers strong words on failure and determination for every photographer. Watch his video below to hear what he has to say about the concept of […]

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How to Shoot Good Portraits in Harsh Sunlight

How to Shoot Good Portraits in Harsh Sunlight

Shooting photos with invasive sunlight can be frustrating and often creates unwanted shadows and contrast. As a general rule, the best time to take portraits is right after a sunrise or right before the sunset. For more on finding the best angle during a sunny day, here is a video tutorial with some tips for portrait […]

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How to Light a Wedding Reception for Photography

How to Light a Wedding Reception for Photography

Weddings offer many opportunities for a photographer to shine and truly show the wonderful nature of these events. Being a wedding photographer comes with a lot of responsibility and requires someone with the right eye for capturing the best moments—but also finding proper lighting. This video tutorial has advice on the best lighting setups for wedding receptions: […]

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