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Quick Tips on Landscape Photography

Quick Tips on Landscape Photography

Tell a story with landscape photography. By telling stories with your camera, you’re forced you to slow down and contemplate the details. This one factor alone could greatly improve your skills as a photographer! Consider a few important questions: What is it about this scene that inspires you? What elements found in the scene have […]

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Christmas Tree Zoom Photography Trick

Christmas Tree Zoom Photography Trick

Looking to get in the holiday spirit? This starburst zoom trick shared by photographer Chelsea Northrup will make your festive family photos in front of the tree more interesting than ever: No, Northrup wasn’t forced to rig her living room up with industrial-grade lights to get this breathtaking image. All it takes to pull off this technique […]

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Black Friday Photography Deals

Black Friday Photography Deals

Black Friday is upon us and it can be a very good day of savings for photographers! As the craziness around this shopping day only increases every year; retailers, publishers, and service providers are rolling out amazing discounts for the holiday season. Here is a comprehensive list of the best Black Friday deals we found tailored […]

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How to Photograph a Nebula on a Budget

How to Photograph a Nebula on a Budget

Many photographers, especially those who are just starting out, have one common misconception. They believe that a better camera results in better images. In reality this is not the case at all. Of course the newer cameras have better features that can make the work easier. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that they take better […]

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Food Photography: Recipe for a Great Image

Food Photography: Recipe for a Great Image

Of all the types of photography that I am involved with, I seem to get more questions about food photography than just about everything else combined. I appreciate that not everyone who drives a car wants to know how the engine works so—with that principle in mind—I have prepared this checklist that should yield more […]

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What to Do if You’re Feeling Unmotivated as a Photographer

What to Do if You’re Feeling Unmotivated as a Photographer

Remember when you started your photography journey? You were excited, read a lot of articles, watched a ton of videos, went out frequently to take photos and enjoyed every moment. But let’s face it—chances are high that this level of excitement will not stay. This can make you feel like you have hit a wall. […]

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How to Emphasize Your Main Subject in Photography

How to Emphasize Your Main Subject in Photography

In most cases, a photograph comes to life when it contains one main point of interest. A landscape, for example, may contain a single tree, beautifully lit, that stands out from its surroundings. When you have decided on your main subject, there are a number of photography tricks that you can use to put it […]

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Low Light Photography: 5 Tips

Low Light Photography: 5 Tips

Low light conditions have great potential for producing astounding images. However, working in such conditions can be challenging. While high end gear do help out a bit in overcoming the challenges, they can be heavy on the pocket. However, with the right techniques, even budget friendly cameras and lenses can get you some amazing low […]

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The Photography Tutorial eBook Pre-Black Friday Sale

The Photography Tutorial eBook Pre-Black Friday Sale

With Black Friday quickly approaching, we are starting a list of all the great deals we can find for photographers starting with this one. Over 250 pages of insider tips & techniques to take better photos in any conditions. Currently 78% off for Black Friday shoppers – it’s the lowest price of the year so […]

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Unconventional Places to Find Photography Inspiration

Unconventional Places to Find Photography Inspiration

Photography is a creative art form like many others. One common challenge among them all is the feeling of being creatively drained. Occasionally, you might feel like you have hit a roadblock. But rest assured, there are many sources of inspiration that can get you up and running. Today we have photographer Alex Kilbee sharing […]

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