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7 Clever Smartphone Photography Tricks

7 Clever Smartphone Photography Tricks

With our deal on iPhone Photo Academy ending soon we are focusing on smartphone photography this week. Excited about your new smartphone, but never really thought of its camera as good for anything more than the occasional snap or selfie? Check out the video below where photographer Lorenz Holder uses his iPhone to demonstrate how […]

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10 Photography Assignments to Stimulate Your Creativity

10 Photography Assignments to Stimulate Your Creativity

This article provides you with 10 photography self-assignments that you can use to get your own creative juices flowing. They’re designed to help you grow in skill as a well-rounded photographer while helping you build your portfolio at the same time. Many of these projects are best executed over a period of time, rather than in […]

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Tips and Tricks for High Key Portraits

Tips and Tricks for High Key Portraits

These days we most often see high key photography used for product photography, but its roots go back long before the internet. In fact, high-key photography has traditionally been used to add a light, airy, cheery mood to portraits. Never tried it before or not getting the results you like? Photographer Gavin Hoey explains not […]

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Tips for Sharper Photos with Smartphones

Tips for Sharper Photos with Smartphones

Over the past few years, we’ve seen some dramatic improvements in the quality of smartphone cameras on the market. Today, we have handsets with large lenses, 10x capabilities, and even 40-megapixel resolution. As a result, more and more people are now taking snapshots using their handy mobile devices. A recent Pew Internet survey on mobile […]

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Breathtaking Canary Island Timelapse Photography

Breathtaking Canary Island Timelapse Photography

From glorious sunsets to breathtaking night skies, to stunning landscapes and amazing light trails, this three and a half minute timelapse by FilmSpektakel has it. Tenerife Unknown celebrates Tenerife—the largest of all the inhabited Canary Islands—and its breathtaking beauty: The plan was to spend a few days and nights photographing some of the most beautiful tourist spots […]

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Tips for Being More Creative with “Boring” Photography Subjects

Tips for Being More Creative with “Boring” Photography Subjects

It doesn’t matter if you’re a wedding, product, food, or landscape photographer; shooting the same thing over and over again can get boring. And lead to unoriginal images. We tend to see what we have in front of us and photograph that one image, rather than think of the subject as a group of images. If […]

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New Deal: iPhone Photography Academy at 85% Off

New Deal: iPhone Photography Academy at 85% Off

I thought I knew a lot about iPhone photography, wow was I ever wrong! This training program has been catching attention across the industry and we were able to negotiate a special deal today for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. If you’d like to take better photos with your iPhone than most people can take with a DSLR, […]

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Food Photography: Beyond the Plate

Food Photography: Beyond the Plate

A natural born adventurer, Eric Wolfinger knew from a young age that he was not designed to follow a traditional 9-5 career path. After years of soul searching and experimentation, he’s put in the effort to carve out the job of his dreams: After graduating from college, Wolfinger knew that he had a passion for traveling, cooking, […]

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Formal Portrait – Questions For a Novice Photographer to Ask Beforehand

Formal Portrait – Questions For a Novice Photographer to Ask Beforehand

Most beginners take photos to capture an event or moment in time: a birthday party, a trip, a new family member, a cherished pet. These are usually considered “snapshots”. What we all like about good snapshots is that they remind us of stories. What about a portrait taken in neutral surroundings, thereby robbing us of […]

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How to Photograph Children Indoors: 8 Tips

How to Photograph Children Indoors: 8 Tips

Home is one of the best places to photograph children. They are in their trusted environment and you can capture them immersed in their activities and interactions, with all kinds of natural expressions. Yet photographing children indoors can be challenging and frustrating. The main reason is, of course, that young children move a lot, while […]

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