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Tips for Using Contrast in Photography

Tips for Using Contrast in Photography

Good photography depends far more on skill than it does gear. Good cameras don’t guarantee great photographs, and several professional photographers have been known to shoot with disposable cameras. The secret to great photography is rooted in having a solid understanding of the technical elements of photographs and how they interact with one another. Composition, […]

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iPhone Night Photography Tips & Techniques

iPhone Night Photography Tips & Techniques

With our deal on iPhone Photo Academy ending soon here are some more iPhone photo tricks. Instructor Emil Pakarklis created this video to show the lesser known tactics he uses to capture beautiful images at night on his iPhone. Nighttime photos can be difficult to achieve the proper lighting because an iPhone’s sensor is much smaller […]

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Backyard Nature Photography Tips

Backyard Nature Photography Tips

You don’t have to travel very far to get great nature photography shots. There are many opportunities for nature photography right in your own backyard. There is an abundance of nature if you know how to look for it. If you have flower beds, trees, bushes, or just wildflowers, you have many opportunities for some […]

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10 Weirdly Clever iPhone Camera Tricks

10 Weirdly Clever iPhone Camera Tricks

With our deal on iPhone Photo Academy ending soon we are focusing on smartphone photography this week. Want to get more mileage out of your iPhone camera? Kai Wong has a list of out-of-the-ordinary suggestions for you in the following video: 1. Use your headphones as a remote control If you’ve got the current incarnation […]

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Subject Placement Tips in Photography

Subject Placement Tips in Photography

This should be one of the most obvious things in an image yet many people have absolutely no idea as to where it should go. Most people take their subject and place it slap bang in the middle thinking that is the right place to go. How wrong can you get? This article will help […]

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Using Telephoto Lenses for Landscapes and Cityscapes

Using Telephoto Lenses for Landscapes and Cityscapes

It’s pretty standard to use a wide-angle lens when shooting landscapes. You get more detail by capturing more of the scene and you build a stronger relationship between your main subject in the foreground and the space in the background. But, we’re all about doing things differently here. We love it when rules are broken […]

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Quick Tips for Noobie Photographers

Quick Tips for Noobie Photographers

The biggest piece of advice for any photographer is simply to keep shooting. Go out on shoots often and take pictures of new things. You’ll gain confidence as you learn. As Kai Wong says in this helpful video for new photographers, part of the enjoyment and excitement of photography is exposing yourself to something new […]

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New: Luminar Neptune AI Photo Editor for Mac Photographers

New: Luminar Neptune AI Photo Editor for Mac Photographers

Today, a new update to Luminar blasted off called Neptune, sporting Artificial Intelligence-powered technology designed to allow you to make stunning images in seconds, not minutes or hours. To celebrate the release photographers can save 75% off during the launch sale which ends soon and another $10 off if you use the picturecorrect coupon code at […]

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How to Capture the Perfect Photograph

How to Capture the Perfect Photograph

As artists, we see the beauty in the everyday. It isn’t easy to portray that beauty in an image. Getting what we see in our mind’s eye into the final image seems almost impossible for most. Some of the most amazing photos have come from the most ordinary things, it is all about perspective. This […]

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Move Your Feet to Change Your Photography Perspective

Move Your Feet to Change Your Photography Perspective

Perspective doesn’t change the same way when you zoom your lens versus when you move your feet (zoom with your feet). Understanding this difference can help you overcome challenges when you’re out in the field shooting. This video from The Slanted Lens demonstrates how to change your perspective and shoot great portraits: The key to great […]

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