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Exclusive: Super Photo Editing Skills at 72% Off

Exclusive: Super Photo Editing Skills at 72% Off

Today we are focused on photo editing. We were able to negotiate a discount on the popular training bundle, Super Photo Editing Skills, for anyone working on photo editing. It is incredibly comprehensive with in-depth video tutorials, helpful eBooks and professional presets that can help you start post-processing right away with your own photos. Currently 72% […]

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Fighting Through Self-Doubt as an Artist

Fighting Through Self-Doubt as an Artist

Do you ever suffer from creative self-doubt? You’re not alone! Most of us feel our work is inadequate at some point or other, or that we can never be good enough no matter how hard we try. In this enlightening short video, Simon Cade explains his own thoughts and feelings on all the reasons why […]

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The Creative Bonus of Digital Photography

The Creative Bonus of Digital Photography

Some years back I was on a road overlooking Carcassonne, that delightful French medieval city. It was sunset and I, with my new digital camera and tripod, was enjoying capturing images as the golden light gradually changed. There was another photographer close by also with a digital camera and tripod. He waited and waited, then […]

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Tutorial: Insect Photography White Background in the Field

Tutorial: Insect Photography White Background in the Field

As a whole, humans are quick to write insects off as hideous, filthy creatures that serve little purpose beyond being a nuisance. However, one tropical entomologist is on a quest to slowly but surely change that notion. An old saying claims that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and Phil Torres does everything […]

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Fill Your Frame: Photo Composition

Fill Your Frame: Photo Composition

The more I teach photography, the more I realize that this is something I need to repeat… about 10 times a day. This is actually now one of the first things I talk about when talking about composition, once the camera settings have been covered. Fill your frame. There are variants as well: “Fill that […]

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Luminar 2018 Photo Editor January Update Released

Luminar 2018 Photo Editor January Update Released

Skylum just announced a new update to the Luminar 2018 photo editor! The 1.1.1 update includes numerous features enhancements and bug fixes for the Windows and Mac versions. The update is completely free to all Luminar 2018 users, and here is the instruction how to get it: On Mac: Please, launch Luminar 2018, on the […]

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3 Simple Rules for Better Photographs

3 Simple Rules for Better Photographs

Life behind a camera lens is a constant journey toward improvement. Style, technique, and equipment are always in flux; photographers looking to excel in their craft must be adaptable, above all else. But, because there are so many moving parts, it’s easy to lose sight of what’s most important in the image making process. SLR Lounge offers […]

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Are You Making These 10 Common Street Photography Mistakes?

Are You Making These 10 Common Street Photography Mistakes?

When looking at the work of street photographers, it’s often a common thought that, “I could do that if only I were there.” However, when you finally go out into the world with your camera it can be shocking to find that it’s not quite that easy. There’s a reason that the best street photographers […]

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Aspects of Composition When Framing a Photograph

Aspects of Composition When Framing a Photograph

Composition is the cement that binds a photo together. Without composition your images are nothing more than a bunch of elements scattered across the frame. Photographer Marcin Lewandowski touches on some important aspects of this most critical element of photography: One of the things that you have to deal with in your photography on an […]

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The Golden Ratio Applied to Photographic Composition

The Golden Ratio Applied to Photographic Composition

If you have been using The Rule of Thirds in your photographic compositions, you may have discovered an inherent shortcoming. Composing for the Rule of Thirds involves lining up a subject with one of the recommended intersections or lines. This can sometimes result in the subject being crowded too close to the edge of the […]

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