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Using Street Photography Techniques Inside a Restaurant Kitchen

Using Street Photography Techniques Inside a Restaurant Kitchen

Street photography has to be one of the most interesting genres of photography. With little control over your surroundings, it is up to you to make the most interesting photo possible. Based on what kind of location you’re working in, you might either have to wait patiently or move around quickly for the right shot. […]

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Useful Tips for Spring Photography

Useful Tips for Spring Photography

Spring is one of the best seasons for capturing the beauty of your natural surroundings. The flowers are in full bloom and the weather is just perfect – not too hot and not too cold. Perfect for practicing landscape photography. For those who are still learning new skills, you can use certain techniques to ensure […]

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Mistakes to Avoid When Entering Photo Contests

Mistakes to Avoid When Entering Photo Contests

Photography competitions attract many participants. But whether you’re a beginner or a pro, it’s not easy to win one. Just submitting good photos doesn’t cut it. Since the judges need to deal with such a high volume of submissions, yours need to immediately grasp the judges’ attention and keep them engaged. But how do you […]

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Better Photos in 6 Simple Steps

Better Photos in 6 Simple Steps

The bottom line with any photography learning experience is figuring out how to take great images. That is the result all of us are looking for. If we aren’t actually taking great photos then what’s the point of learning? By putting into practice some simple steps, your photography will improve immediately. I remember searching the […]

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Real Estate Lead Shot Photo Editing with Luminar AI

Real Estate Lead Shot Photo Editing with Luminar AI

In the real estate business, your photos will be the first things that potential customers will see before they visit any property. It is thus vital that your photos look inviting inside and out. While many photographers invest a lot of time and resources in making the inside of the house look great, they often […]

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Photographing the Moon

Photographing the Moon

Darn, I missed the last eclipse of a full moon. Oh well, now I have to wait for the next one. To be sure I don’t miss it the next time, I am arming myself with this catalog of lunar eclipses from NASA. I’ve photographed the moon many times—and one eclipse. I prepared this article to […]

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How to Add Tension to Your Photography

How to Add Tension to Your Photography

Your photographs are merely snapshots if the viewers do not engage with them. You don’t want the viewer to simply glance at your photos and say they look nice. Instead, aim to make viewers pause when they look at your photos; make them take some time to wander through them. The question then becomes, how […]

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Zoo Photography Tips & Camera Settings

Zoo Photography Tips & Camera Settings

This article is based on concepts from The Photography Action Cards if you want to dig deeper for further training. Do you remember the children’s game, Barrel of Monkeys? The one where you would hook their curved arms into a chain until you dropped one? I did a little research on the phrase “barrel of […]

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How to Take Better Backlit Macro Photos on Your Phone

How to Take Better Backlit Macro Photos on Your Phone

The beauty of macro photography lies in the fact that it allows us to capture the minute details of a subject. And because we need to get really close to the subject, lighting is often a challenge, because the camera itself blocks off most of the light hitting the subject. In today’s video, photographer David […]

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Texture in Photography

Texture in Photography

Effective composition is a big part of producing eye-catching photos. It isn’t possible to carry out a comprehensive review of the field of composition in a few short paragraphs. Rather, three aspects of composition that tend to be especially important in texture photography will be covered: contrast, curves, and patterns. Paying attention to these three […]

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