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The Landscape Photography Recipe Cards at 64% Off

The Landscape Photography Recipe Cards at 64% Off

Struggling to consistently create eye-catching landscape images? Professional landscape photographer Brent Mail just marked down his Landscape Photography Recipe Cards, with proven short-cut secrets on how to capture stunning landscape images in tough situations. We were able to negotiate a 64% discount for our readers today if you want to check them out. Deal found […]

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Unconventional Street Photography Tips

Unconventional Street Photography Tips

Street photography is undeniably one of the most popular genres of photography. In fact, many beginners start off with this genre as access to subjects is easy – right outside your house. But the problem is the uncountable number of “rules” that try to define what street photography is. This takes all the fun out […]

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5 Tips to Improve Your Nature Macro Photography

5 Tips to Improve Your Nature Macro Photography

This is my favorite type of photography. I don’t claim to be an expert, but I have lots of experience. I haven’t taken my macro lens off my camera since I bought it a few months ago. Here are a few tips that I’ve picked up: 1. Use a tripod when you can If you […]

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Creating Dramatic Portraits Using Lace

Creating Dramatic Portraits Using Lace

Introducing shadows in your shots is a great way of creating a more dramatic look. It adds a punch to an otherwise flat image and makes it more flattering. This is why it can be a good idea to search for ways to add shadows intentionally. And using lace is one of the easiest ways […]

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Balancing Strobes and Ambient Light at Sunset

Balancing Strobes and Ambient Light at Sunset

Beginner photographers are sometimes startled with the idea of using strobes during outdoor photo shoot. But once you get used to balance flash with daylight, you can get amazing results. This is specially true while shooting a portrait with the warm ambient light of the golden hour, and even during twilight. Photographer Jay P. Morgan […]

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How to Print Realistic Images

How to Print Realistic Images

Gone are the days when you have to head to your nearest photo processing booth or picture kiosk to have your photos taken or developed. With the rapid advancement of digital photography and the wide availability of printers, it’s now all too easy to print your photos at home. Many people would also rather share […]

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What’s the Right Focal Length for You?

What’s the Right Focal Length for You?

Whenever you want to fill your frame with the subject, you have two options. You can either walk to get closer to the subject, or zoom in if you’re using a zoom lens. Both of these options for filling the frame have other implications for how the image turns out. Factors like background compression, depth […]

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Tips for Photographing Hummingbirds

Tips for Photographing Hummingbirds

By and far the easiest way to photograph hummingbirds is to place a hummingbird feeder in our backyard and wait for the little guys to start visiting. We quickly realize that they have absolutely no compunction about being in close proximity to us. In fact, the hummingbirds that visit my feeder seem to have developed […]

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The Thing That Matters in Photography

The Thing That Matters in Photography

Nobody is born as a photographer. Everyone has to start somewhere. Some are hobbyists, some enthusiasts, and some professionals. So, at what point does a person get to call themselves a photographer? There’s certainly no demarcation to decide whether or not somebody is to be called a photographer. This can cause a kind of existential […]

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Fireworks Photos: Preparation and Planning

Fireworks Photos: Preparation and Planning

Everyone loves a great fireworks show and it seems that lots of people take pictures while they are at the show. Here is a question for you. How many great pictures of fireworks have you seen taken by any of your friends or relatives? I’ll bet your answer is not many. Now, have you ever […]

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