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Getting the Correct Exposure is Essential

Getting the Correct Exposure is Essential

Final reminder: only hours left to get The DSLR Crash Course at 65% Off Getting the right exposure is essential to any quality photo. Exposure is the amount of light that is let into the camera which contributes to the photograph that is recorded. A good exposure has the correct amount of light to produce […]

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Photography Tips for Cold Weather (Video Tutorial)

Photography Tips for Cold Weather (Video Tutorial)

Shooting in cold weather is always challenging. If it’s not the weather alone, the impact it has on photography gear and the lack of contrast can put many photographers off. But winter doesn’t mean that you have to stay indoors. B&H shares these tips to help you along the way: (for those of you reading […]

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How to Choose the Best Color Profile in Lightroom

How to Choose the Best Color Profile in Lightroom

This article is a general overview of the profile lessons from the new Lightroom for Landscapes Course (currently 70% off) if you’d like to learn more on how to master the fantastic world of Lightroom. When you want to adjust the colors of your photograph in Lightroom, most will typically go straight for the HSL […]

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Landscape Photo Editing with Masks & Focus Stacking

Landscape Photo Editing with Masks & Focus Stacking

Photography on the surface is “just pointing a camera and pressing a button”. But only us photographers realize all the effort that goes into making a good looking image. It’s not just the moment when you take the photograph that matters. What also matters is the time and energy you invest to plan, reach the […]

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Camera Tripod Tips: When Do You Need One?

Camera Tripod Tips: When Do You Need One?

With very rare exceptions, the main subject of your photograph must be sharp—not necessarily the whole picture, but certainly the subject. Even if you want the subject blurred, to give a sense of movement, then the background must be sharp. And you’ll get the sharpest photographs by using a tripod. There are three ways your […]

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3 Tips to Improve Your Photography Business Income

3 Tips to Improve Your Photography Business Income

No matter what business you run, the prime motive is always to land a fat profit figure. And every type of business has its own set of strategies to achieve that motive. If you run a photography based business, then you too must constantly think of ways to improve the profit figures. In today’s video, […]

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Camera Aperture Basics

Camera Aperture Basics

Aperture and other technical photography basics can induce yawns in the most eager of budding shutterbugs, but once these basics are understood, the rest of photography easily comes into focus. Aperture, ISO, and shutter speed are all important terms to know, whether you have a point-and-shoot or a professional camera. This article explains aperture and […]

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Basics to Remember in Landscape Photography

Basics to Remember in Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is undoubtedly one of the most popular genres of photography out there. If you think about it, when you’re out to take landscape photos, you’re not just taking photos – you also get to be close to nature and enjoy what it has to offer. This could be one of the reasons why […]

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Overcoming the Difficulties of Winter Photography

Overcoming the Difficulties of Winter Photography

If you are a regular scenic photographer, you have obviously tried your skills during different seasons. Many people find that summer and fall are probably the easiest, because everything is full of color. I have recently discovered how beautiful winter is. I may have learned to even love winter photography, because it’s a challenge. Here […]

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Which is Better: LED Lights or Studio Flash?

Which is Better: LED Lights or Studio Flash?

More and more photographers have started jumping aboard LED train thanks to improved technology. You can now get accurate colors, consistent results, and freedom to adjust the color temperature when using LED lights. Currently, how do LED lights compare against the conventional studio flash? Which one should you use? Professional photographer Karl Taylor outlines the […]

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