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Action Photography: The Tips You Should Use

Action Photography: The Tips You Should Use

Getting great photographs of the world in motion is a difficult task. More than any other kind of photography, action photography demands lightning-quick reflexes, a solid foundation in composition and other photo elements, and a little bit of luck. That being said, anyone can learn to take great action shots if they’re willing to commit […]

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How to Save an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop

How to Save an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop

Whether it’s an error of judgement, a momentary brain lapse, or some crazy lighting, an underexposed photo of a great moment is a reality in every photographer’s life. Whatever the reason, there is a way to salvage the image. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shares how: Before you get started, understand that when you start to […]

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Better Black & White Photography Guide at 70% Off

Better Black & White Photography Guide at 70% Off

Have you ever quickly converted your shots to black & white, hoping to make them “Better”? And the result was bland to say the least? This is a very common occurrence. Knowing how to convert color to B&W with a working understanding of tone and contrast in post-processing is a very different story. This popular in-depth guide […]

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7 Top Tips for Destination Wedding Photographers

7 Top Tips for Destination Wedding Photographers

Having been a professional wedding photographer in Hong Kong for many years, I’m now getting booked for more and more destination weddings in far flung and exotic locations such as India, Thailand and the USA. Preparing for any wedding is a big job, but shooting a huge event somewhere unfamiliar requires a whole new level […]

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Tips for Using the Clone Stamp Tool

Tips for Using the Clone Stamp Tool

You likely use Photoshop’s clone stamp tool on a regular basis for removing lens specks or for replicating elements, and so on and so forth. But the clone stamp tool can sometimes be a little unwieldy, such as when working on a target area that is curved instead of being a straight line. Unmesh Dinda […]

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10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 30 Days

10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 30 Days

Improvement in any area requires a plan and some action. If you would like to improve the results that you get from your own photography there are any number of different things that you can do to enhance your skills. Here we’ll take a look at 10 things anyone can do, at virtually no cost, […]

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How to Mount and Frame Your Own Photo Prints

How to Mount and Frame Your Own Photo Prints

It can get pretty pricey having your prints mounted and framed. Commercial photographer Tony Roslund shows us how we can skip going to the photo lab by mounting and framing prints ourselves: If you have a photo printer at home and want to know how to mount your prints on foamcore, Roslund takes you through a […]

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How to Take Amazing Flower Photos

How to Take Amazing Flower Photos

Flowers are one of my favorite photography subjects. They can’t complain if the photo doesn’t come out right. Flowers also look very different when shot from different angles and zoom levels. Explore the flower from these varied angles to get completely new photos. While taking photos indoors, the two most important things to keep in […]

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Camera Settings for Landscape Photography Tutorial

Camera Settings for Landscape Photography Tutorial

If you’ve ever wondered how landscape photographers work out what their camera settings should be, this video by Adam Karnacz is for you: Karnacz takes us on location in the Yorkshire Dales and sets up three different shots. He explains that he’s been reluctant to talk about his camera settings before, because he didn’t want that […]

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Tips for Photographing Urban Landscapes & Cityscapes

Tips for Photographing Urban Landscapes & Cityscapes

Landscapes are an extremely rewarding type of photography, but you don’t have to venture out of town to capture sweeping panoramas or breathtaking views. Urban landscape photography or cityscape photography is a type of scenic photography that’s quickly growing in popularity. Due to the fact that most of the world lives in or near cities, […]

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