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New: Quick Capture Photography Cheat Sheets at 93% Off

New: Quick Capture Photography Cheat Sheets at 93% Off

I’ve heard from a lot of readers looking for tutorials or exercises they can do at home. If that sounds like you then you might be interested in this huge discount I just heard about on these handy new cheat sheets that can help you master 52 different aspects of photography. You can study them […]

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How to Achieve a Textured Background for Studio Portraits (Video)

How to Achieve a Textured Background for Studio Portraits (Video)

Textured backgrounds work great in adding a sense of depth and injecting some interest into the portrait. If you feel that your studio portraits are lacking a kick, try replacing your plain background with a textured one. You will certainly notice some positive differences in the results. To try out this idea, you can replace […]

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55 Ways to Become a Better Photographer

55 Ways to Become a Better Photographer

There are many ways to improve your photos. Here are 55 ways for you to become a better photographer and take better photos. Please let us know if you find them helpful. 1. Know your camera(s). On a rainy day, grab your camera and learn how to change your settings without looking. The more you […]

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Wedding Photography: 10 Hacks for both Photo & Video

Wedding Photography: 10 Hacks for both Photo & Video

Being a wedding photographer does not necessarily mean that you can’t try your hand at some videography. Being a hybrid shooter has certain perks of its own. While it gives you an edge over the competition, it also gives you an opportunity to charge more. But to be able to do both, you need to […]

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Using Natural Light For Great Wildlife Photography

Using Natural Light For Great Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography combines a range of skills, both creative and technical. Many people struggle with one aspect in particular; knowing the best light for capturing their wildlife photos. To take a top-class wildlife photograph, you need to know your animal: where to find it, how to approach it without scaring it away, and how to […]

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Photographer Braves Blizzard for Stunning Street Views

Photographer Braves Blizzard for Stunning Street Views

Three hours in powdery snow and subzero wind chills isn’t for everyone. On the contrary, most of us would prefer to stick around inside and shield our gear from the inclement weather and harsh elements. But, for photographer Pierre T Lambert, a quiet cold evening proved to be a source of excitement and inspiration. Using […]

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Infographic: The Hidden Costs of Photographing a Wedding

Infographic: The Hidden Costs of Photographing a Wedding

When you’re a photographer, it’s only a matter of time before friends and acquaintances start asking you to do them favors—favors like photographing their weddings. And it’s tempting. You’re a good friend. You like taking pictures. And it’s just a few hours of work, right? Wrong. Before you think about working for next to nothing, […]

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10 Mind-Blowing Photography Tips for Beginners

10 Mind-Blowing Photography Tips for Beginners

If you want to take better photos but aren’t sure where to start, this list of 10 beginner tips is for you. 1. Pick a subject that speaks to you. Pay attention to the reccurring themes in your work. Think of what draws you to these things so you can find new ways to capture […]

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One Photo, Multiple Edits

One Photo, Multiple Edits

Editing is an art in itself. And like any other artform, it’s quite subjective. Every person has their own way of editing a particular photo. And what may look like a great result to you, may not necessarily be appealing to others. Photographer Jessica Kobeissi decided to test this theory out in an interesting way. […]

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Illusion Photography Using Smartphones

Illusion Photography Using Smartphones

Creating illusions is a great way to have fun in photography. It also allows you to explore newer creative ideas. And the good thing is that you don’t necessarily need to be a Photoshop guru to achieve some cool photography effects. If you’re creative enough, you can get some great results just using your smartphone. […]

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