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The 5 Day Photography Deal 2021

The 5 Day Photography Deal 2021

Leading photography educators & brands have been selected to contribute products to take your photography to the next level. Over $2,200 of products & resources for photographers at 95% off, but it’s only available for 5 days. It’s one of the best photography deals of the year so you may want to check it out. […]

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Milky Way Panorama Photo Tutorial

Milky Way Panorama Photo Tutorial

A Milky Way panorama is the sort of image that every photographer probably wants to have in their portfolio. The more dramatic, the better. While the choice of location is up to you, there’s much more to getting a great shot. Milky Way Mike shares the basics of stitching a Milky Way panorama and other […]

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Rain Photography Essentials

Rain Photography Essentials

“What if it rains?” This is a question that every professional and amateur photographer will hear eventually. We’re living in a golden age of photographic technology with photography possible under all kinds of circumstances and situations. Rain can be subtle or it can be dramatic, but for photographers it gives a unique photographic opportunity that […]

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How the Glass is Made for Nikon DSLR Lenses

How the Glass is Made for Nikon DSLR Lenses

Ever wonder how they make the glass lenses for cameras? Androids. No, just kidding. But there is such a high level of detail that goes into making each lens that you may think a robot would have made it. Producing optical lenses is a highly technical process. Even the smallest error can create significant flaws […]

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Ways to Improve Your Wildlife Photography Composition

Ways to Improve Your Wildlife Photography Composition

Composition in nature photography comes easy to some, but many new photographers struggle to find their balance. This is especially true where wildlife is concerned. There is a bit of false wisdom that says: “You should never put your animal right in the middle of the photo–only to the left or the right.” This is […]

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3 Must-Have Skills for a Landscape Photographer

3 Must-Have Skills for a Landscape Photographer

Being able to take mind-blowing landscape photos is not just about equipment and camera settings. Since we are dealing with nature, which is something we can have no control over, we need to put in a lot more effort. It’s worthwhile to invest time and energy into developing our skills that can maximize our success […]

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4 Interesting New Photo Editing Tools in Luminar Neo

4 Interesting New Photo Editing Tools in Luminar Neo

Skylum is excited to reveal additional details about its newest creative image editor, Luminar Neo – shipping winter 2021. The application further reimagines the image editing experience and enables creators to be more expressive with fewer boundaries and rediscover joy in their creative work. “Every day, Skylum technology is unlocking the potential of our artist […]

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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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High Impact Flash Photography Tips at Dusk

High Impact Flash Photography Tips at Dusk

Dusk and dawn are magical times of day! Combine an interesting background with an interesting well-lit subject at exactly the right moment… Boom!!! Home Run! A photograph that everyone takes a second look at. A shot to be proud of! This dusk image and article demonstrate the following techniques: Dragging the Shutter Multiple Speedlights Line of Sight […]

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Low Angle Bird Photography Hack with a Bin Lid

Low Angle Bird Photography Hack with a Bin Lid

Bird photography has to be one of the most challenging photography genres out there. The subjects are usually pretty small, and they’re extremely fast and get scared very easily. Photographers thus have to work in stealth mode. You can usually find these photographers in awkward places working in the most unusual ways. One of the […]

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