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Tips for Taking Better Still Life Photos

Tips for Taking Better Still Life Photos

Still life photographs don’t require photographers to travel to exotic places — not even to venture outside the comfort of their homes. In fact, not even a studio is required. This is one branch of photography in which anybody can participate. No special equipment is needed. Attention to detail and preparation are, however, a must. Below are […]

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Flash Duration Tutorial

Flash Duration Tutorial

If you’re under the impression that flash is a tool that’s only used to add more light, then oh boy, you’re sadly mistaken! Besides being used as a tool to craft the shape of the subject with light and shadows, a flash can also be used to freeze motion. When executed correctly, a studio strobe […]

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Photo Editing Seamlessly Across Lightroom and Photoshop

Photo Editing Seamlessly Across Lightroom and Photoshop

Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop are undoubtedly the most popular software among photographers today. While many use Lightroom to make basic adjustments and to catalog their images, Photoshop is widely used to make advanced edits. Thus, there can be circumstances when you want to take your images from Lightroom to Photoshop, and back. The good news […]

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How to Choose the Right Focus Mode

How to Choose the Right Focus Mode

With any DSLR, it takes time to get to grips with everything your camera can do. Often, the manual gets looked at initially, then only referred to when you get stuck. At times, whole features of your camera can get overlooked, and you might resign yourself to taking images that don’t look like you wanted […]

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Beginner’s Tricks for Cooking Up Food Photos

Beginner’s Tricks for Cooking Up Food Photos

More often than not, there’s much more to food photography than meets the eye. Sure, a delicious plate of food may seem like an easy subject to work with. But what appeals to our stomachs doesn’t always appeal to our eyes. Color, lighting, and composition can all influence whether a dish looks good enough to […]

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Landscape Photography: 5 Photo Editing Mistakes to Avoid

Landscape Photography: 5 Photo Editing Mistakes to Avoid

Editing, or post-processing, is an indispensable part of photography. In the days of film, this step was done in the dark room. In digital, this can be done conveniently on a computer. In any case, this step is very crucial and will make or break your photo. While many photographers were dependent on labs to […]

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Photographing Wildlife: The Eyes Have It

Photographing Wildlife: The Eyes Have It

For beginners, wildlife photography can be one of the toughest fields to master. Along with all the challenges of everyday photography, you also have to work with subjects that have no interest in cooperating. For an experienced photographer, there are so many things they’d love to pass on to beginners to help them get started. […]

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Film Photography in the Age of Digital

Film Photography in the Age of Digital

Digital photography brought about a revolution in the photography industry. It has evolved to such a great extent that almost everyone has a camera in their pockets today. Many might have guessed that the existence of film photography would’ve ceased to exist by now. But in reality, that’s not the case, at least for now. […]

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Photographing a Coke and Mentos Rocket

Photographing a Coke and Mentos Rocket

Photography can sometimes turn out to be overwhelming. At some point, you may start feeling burdened and slowly lose interest. To keep the passion alive, it’s thus a good idea to get crazy sometimes; do something fun with no formalities attached. Photographer and vlogger Hayden Pedersen shares an interesting way to keep the photography experience […]

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Update: Sharpen Your Photos in Batches

Update: Sharpen Your Photos in Batches

Sharpen AI is the first sharpening and shake reduction software that can tell difference between real detail and noise. It was trained with millions of images so it could learn the characteristics of detail vs. noise – and then enhance just the detail, and now it includes batch processing. In some cases, it can even […]

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