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Travel Photography Tips You Probably Haven’t Heard Before

Travel Photography Tips You Probably Haven’t Heard Before

It’s a golden age for budding photographers. Learning resources are plenty, and most of them are free. The internet is full of tutorials. However, most of them offer pretty similar tips. Photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich shares some unusual photography tips that you don’t hear every day: Allow Yourself to be Naive When photographing people, it’s best […]

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Split Toning Lightroom Photo Editing Tutorial

Split Toning Lightroom Photo Editing Tutorial

Split toning is the method of adding different tones to the highlights and the shadows during post-processing. Landscape photographer Mark Denney feels that this is one of the most underutilized features of Lightroom. If you’re consistent with it, you can even develop your own signature style: To demonstrate how split toning works, Denney simply uses […]

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Bridal Preparations: Wedding Photography Tips

Bridal Preparations: Wedding Photography Tips

I love this part of the story. As you arrive at wherever the bride is getting ready you never really know what’s is in store for you. If it’s at a house I knock on the door and wait, if a hotel I ask reception to ring up to see if they are ready for […]

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How and Why to Push/Pull Film

How and Why to Push/Pull Film

Simply speaking, pushing and pulling film allows you to gain more contrast and grain for an artistic effect. Photographer Jay P. Morgan compares how pushing and pulling affects images using Fuji 400, Portra 400 and Portra 800 films: What is Pushing and Pulling Film? Let’s say you load your camera with Portra 800 film but […]

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5 In-Camera Photography Tricks

5 In-Camera Photography Tricks

You might have come across photography videos that make use of various props to add creative effects to a photo. But what if you don’t have access to things like prisms or crystal balls? Don’t let that be a barrier to your creativity. Photographers Pierre T. Lambert and Eric Floberg share five easy in-camera effects: […]

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4 Critical Guidelines to Great Landscape Photography

4 Critical Guidelines to Great Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is a favorite genre amongst many photographers, including me. And if composed and executed properly, it can give astounding results. In fact there are so many top photographers who have contributed so much to the genre of landscape photography that it has now grown to have a life of its own. Leaving aside […]

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How to Capture Better Low-Light Photography

How to Capture Better Low-Light Photography

Photography, by definition, is non-existent without light. So what do you do when the sun goes down and the light around you is insufficient? Photographer David Flores shares eight quick tips for taking photos in low light: 1. Shoot in RAW RAW files capture a ton of information. You can use this information during post-processing […]

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Portrait Photography Tips

Portrait Photography Tips

Portraiture can be very rewarding. It’s a chance to show the best side (literally) of someone, and create a photo that communicates something unique. Look at your subject This sounds obvious but take a browse through all the shots you have of your family and friends and see if they don’t have a sameness about […]

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Debunking the Full-Frame Camera Superiority Myth

Debunking the Full-Frame Camera Superiority Myth

Are you the type of photographer who swears by his full-frame camera and can easily get into a fight with anybody denying its quality? Do you absolutely and utterly despise crop sensor cameras? You may be in for a rude shock. In this video, Zack Arias explains the futility of this snobbery: A lot of […]

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7 Tips to Make Your Photos Stand Out

7 Tips to Make Your Photos Stand Out

Sometimes very small changes can have huge effects. This is especially true for photography, and this article will share seven of the most powerful photography tips there are. 1. Take the photo from the subject’s eye level It’s so easy to just take a picture from a standing position, but if you’re for instance taking […]

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