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Food Photography Tips with an Entry-Level Camera

Food Photography Tips with an Entry-Level Camera

Of the many misconceptions about photography, a common one is people thinking that only expensive cameras can produce better results. Expensive cameras may be built better and have extra features, but there usually is not such a bit difference when it comes to image quality. That is to say that regardless of what kind of […]

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Tips for Using Perspective and Scale in Photography

Tips for Using Perspective and Scale in Photography

The world we live in is three dimensional. We see in three dimensions, yet when we photograph, we see only two dimensions. In order to create images that add a third dimension, we need to add some perspective or depth. The big question is what is perspective and how do we add it? Because we […]

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Photographer Earning Six Figures Shares Some Tips

Photographer Earning Six Figures Shares Some Tips

Photography is a passion for many, but only a few are able to turn it into a profession. Who wouldn’t love to make a living by doing something they love? But in reality, there are a lot of challenges you will face to make this shift. Today, we have photographer Evan Ranft sharing his step-by-step […]

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New: Landscape Photography Creativity Prompts

New: Landscape Photography Creativity Prompts

Have you tried these new Landscape Photography Creativity Prompts? They’re designed to spark fresh ideas for landscape photography, and beat creativity block. Plus you can keep them as a secret source of infinite inspiration. They are currently discounted for a holiday sale if you want to explore them. Deal ending soon: Landscape Creativity Prompts at […]

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How to Set Up a Flash Diffuser for Macro Photography

How to Set Up a Flash Diffuser for Macro Photography

Lighting is one of the greatest challenges that you’ll face as a macro photographer. You’ll find yourself working with small apertures for maximum depth of field and details, and thereby losing light in the process. It therefore becomes essential that you use some kind of lighting solution for the process. Photographer Steward Wood showcases his […]

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How to Photograph Your Christmas Tree

How to Photograph Your Christmas Tree

It’s that time of year again. Christmas is upon us. Your tree is all decorated and presents are piled up underneath. So how do you take photos of your Christmas tree? Here are a few tips: 1. Don’t use flash. Although this may seem counter-intuitive, if you use a flash, it’ll evenly light the tree, […]

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Getting Started with Moon Photography

Getting Started with Moon Photography

Astrophotography is indeed a really interesting genre of photography. Whether you’re a professional or a beginner, good astrophotos will truly leave you mesmerized. And if you’re a beginner photographer, what better way to start photographing celestial bodies than with the moon. It’s relatively close, appears pretty big, and is quite bright. These characteristics make photographing […]

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Keep Your Camera Safe in Sub-Zero Temperatures

Keep Your Camera Safe in Sub-Zero Temperatures

Most SLRs cope remarkably well with freezing temperatures. I’ve had no problem using Canon EOS DSLR cameras below zero for weeks on end, often down to -20°C and in extreme down to -30°C. This article is for those trying to keep such a camera going under expedition conditions, such as an icecap crossing or mountaineering […]

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Why Back Button Focus Works Well for Wildlife Photography

Why Back Button Focus Works Well for Wildlife Photography

Back button focus is a technique that usually has divided opinions amongst photographers. While some claim that they can’t live without it, others don’t like it as much. If you’re not aware of this technique, it simply de-couples the shutter release button from the focusing function. It then re-assigns some other button at the back […]

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Street Photography Tips & Techniques in New York City

Street Photography Tips & Techniques in New York City

I often think that photography enthusiasts talk too much about photographic equipment and too little about the actual photos that they take. It may also be relevant to talk about photographic equipment if you are going to buy something new, but in my opinion, once you have it just go out into the world and […]

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