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Negative Space in Photography Composition

Negative Space in Photography Composition

If you find yourself reading this article, chances are that you are looking for some ideas for photo projects. Naturally, it would be good to pick a photography project that helps you grow your photography skills. In this article, one such skill, negative space, will be discussed. This is a compositional technique that can be […]

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Minimalist Landscapes Using a Telephoto Lens

Minimalist Landscapes Using a Telephoto Lens

People jump to grab their wide-angle lenses when going out for a landscape photography trip. It makes sense—after all, photographing landscapes is about capturing wide vistas and the best bits of nature in a frame. But this doesn’t mean you cannot do landscape photography with a telephoto lens. Like photographer Michael Shainblum discusses in this […]

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7 Beginner Tips For Sharper Photos

7 Beginner Tips For Sharper Photos

Scott Kelby, the author of many digital photography books says, “If your photos aren’t sharp then the rest doesn’t matter.” Key to any image is its sharpness, and in order to get those photos pin sharp you need to follow some basic guidelines. There’s nothing worse than looking at a portrait photo and seeing that […]

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The Trick to Photographing Everyday Life

The Trick to Photographing Everyday Life

Photographing everyday activities and objects is something that almost anyone can do. However, it takes a skilled eye and creative thinking to make that image stand out. It’s challenging to catch an audience’s attention with images of everyday objects. It just seems too ordinary for them. In today’s video, photographer Vuhlandes joins his friend William […]

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Milky Way Photography Tutorial

Milky Way Photography Tutorial

This article is based on concepts from Collier’s Guide to Night Photography. Our readers can get a discount by using the promo code picturecorrect at checkout. Our small blue planet is located on a spiral arm far out from the center of the Milky Way galaxy. When we look towards the galactic center, we can […]

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Overcoming Challenges on Landscape Photography Trips

Overcoming Challenges on Landscape Photography Trips

A lot of hardcore landscape photographers get into the habit of chasing light. In order to get that perfect morning or evening light, they end up leaving their homes and traveling to unknown places at the oddest hours. Also, landscape photography often changes us into constant travelers who go to distinct places around the world […]

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Low Light Photography Tips Without a Flash

Low Light Photography Tips Without a Flash

It’s amazing how little is known about low light photography and why many pictures are ruined when the environment is too dark. The most important thing is to first understand why pictures turn out bad under low light. In this article, I’ll help you understand the mechanics behind low light photography and then we’ll take […]

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How to Use Focus Stacking for Sharper Macro Photography

How to Use Focus Stacking for Sharper Macro Photography

If you’ve tried macro photography, you know how challenging it is to get things in focus. Even when the aperture is narrowed, the depth of field is very shallow with macro lenses. This is because a lens has a shallower depth of field when the subject is near to its “closest focusing distance.” Photographer David […]

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Backyard Photography Tips

Backyard Photography Tips

One of the most common questions I am asked at workshops is where I go to get my reference photos. Most people assume that I travel far and wide to get my shots. This is true; I do travel as much as I can, but the bulk of my photo archive comes from places photographed […]

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Model Photography with 4 Photographers

Model Photography with 4 Photographers

One beautiful thing about art is how every other artist can have a unique perspective on the same subject. And just like it doesn’t really matter what brush you use to paint, in photography, gear hardly matters. It’s your artistic vision and how you manifest that vision that matters most. In today’s interesting video, we […]

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