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Grey Sky Landscape Photography Tips

Grey Sky Landscape Photography Tips

The sky is a vital part of most of the landscape photographs. Whether it be colorful skies during sunrise and sunset or cloud patterns, landscape photographers always look to include these elements in their photographs. But nature is ever changing and one cannot expect the sky to be breathtaking every time. So what can you […]

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How to Tell a Story with Your Photos

How to Tell a Story with Your Photos

This article is based on concepts from The Advanced Composition Course (currently 93% off) if you want to dig deeper for further training. You know the phrase, “A picture says a 1,000 words.” However, if we assemble 1,000 random words, will they make an interesting story? Probably not as often as we would like. You […]

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Landscape Photographer Shares His Income Sources

Landscape Photographer Shares His Income Sources

Who wouldn’t love to make a good income while following their passion? It’s something that everyone dreams of. When it comes to photography, many try and follow their dream, but only a few truly succeed. And it’s even more challenging when it comes to making a living with landscape photography. So, how do you go […]

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Photography Composition Essentials: Depth or Perspective

Photography Composition Essentials: Depth or Perspective

If your photograph engages a viewer for more than five seconds, it means it has something for the viewer to look into. If we brush aside the story part and strictly look into the aesthetic aspects of a photograph, what composition rule or principle is actually responsible for all that viewer’s attention? It’s depth—or perspective—in […]

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Product Photography: 5 Mistakes to Avoid

Product Photography: 5 Mistakes to Avoid

When it comes to product photography, it’s all about making the product appear as attractive as possible in context. Ultimately, you’ll want to grab and retain the attention of potential customers with your photographs. This is what determines the success of product photography at the end of the day. In today’s video, photographer and content […]

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How to do Street Photography During a Pandemic

How to do Street Photography During a Pandemic

The pandemic has obviously thrown the entire photography community out of whack, and it has made photographers rethink how they do street photography. Things that were once okay are now much harder to do. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still take street photos. It’s just the opposite—now is a very important time to continue […]

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Bird Photography Tips in Rain & Snow

Bird Photography Tips in Rain & Snow

When the weather is not quite favorable, it’s easy to play the blame game and stay indoors. But instead, you could go out and take some breathtaking photos. Bad weather conditions can help add that missing ingredient to your photos and make them look wow! This is the exact reason that keeps bird photographer Mike […]

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New: Street Photography Editing Course at 37% Off

New: Street Photography Editing Course at 37% Off

We all take a ton of bad street photographs. It’s the best photographers who can weed out the strongest work, organize it correctly, and figure out how to grow a vision while presenting it in an effective manner. This new in-depth course shows you James Maher’s entire editing process from beginning to end. We were […]

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Setting Specific Goals to Improve as a Landscape Photographer

Setting Specific Goals to Improve as a Landscape Photographer

How many times have you heard other photographers say that they want to improve their photography? Chances are that even you yourself might have said it a couple of times. While many don’t realize it, the notion of trying to be “better” in photography can do more harm to your photography. Sounds crazy right? Landscape […]

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Why Take a Picture?

Why Take a Picture?

I have a firm belief that the purpose of photography and the act of taking a picture is to capture a moment in time, be it a person, a place, or an object. Each captured image has the potential to carry its own unique feeling through time, and bring you back with happiness and wonder […]

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