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How to Construct Your Own Custom LED Triangle “Ring” Light

How to Construct Your Own Custom LED Triangle “Ring” Light

Ring lights are used for even lighting on the subject’s face and solid eye lighting. Caleb from DSLR Video Shooter created this video demonstrating how he saved money and created a unique look by constructing a homemade triangle “ring” light with LEDs: All in all, he spent under $100 on the materials, so this could […]

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High Impact Flash Photography Tips at Dusk

High Impact Flash Photography Tips at Dusk

Dusk and dawn are magical times of day! Combine an interesting background with an interesting well-lit subject at exactly the right moment… Boom!!! Home Run! A photograph that everyone takes a second look at. A shot to be proud of! This dusk image and article demonstrate the following techniques: Dragging the Shutter Multiple Speedlights Line of Sight […]

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How to Imitate Window Light Inside a Studio

How to Imitate Window Light Inside a Studio

How do you create soft window light for a shoot in an artificially lit indoor room without an actual widow? Jay P Morgan takes us through the paces, explaining how he did it: Before we begin let’s talk about window light. Window light is a large natural light source, so it’s soft and produces very […]

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How to Get Stunning Colors in Your Sunset Photography

How to Get Stunning Colors in Your Sunset Photography

Nothing makes a sky pop in a photograph the way that a sunset can. Beautiful purples and yellows in a sky are often the result of the setting sun, but in order to capture the richness of those colors in a photograph, there are a few tricks you should know about. In today’s landscape photography […]

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Photoshop Trick to Reduce Noise in Low Light Photos

Photoshop Trick to Reduce Noise in Low Light Photos

Are you looking to clean up your noisy images and prevent the grain from ruining your future pictures? The Koldunov brothers have shared a method to reduce noise created while shooting dark photography. The listed steps are easy to follow. Here’s how to get started: Take 10 similar shots of your scene. Open the images […]

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How Lighting Plays a Crucial Role in Your Photography

How Lighting Plays a Crucial Role in Your Photography

You’ve heard me deliberate about how significant lighting in photography is, but do you really know the reason why? You may know that gaining enough light is essential, but there is a lot more to the story. First we have direct light. This is from the sun or a strong, bright source. Then we have […]

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6 Effective Setups for Portraits Using Reflectors

6 Effective Setups for Portraits Using Reflectors

Do you think that reflectors are useful, but just for reflecting light in one way? Reflectors are actually versatile pieces of kit and can be used in several ways to create different looks. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shows us how to use reflectors in six different ways. He’s also thrown in a bonus use for […]

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New Deal: Fantastic Fundamental Light Skills at 70% Off

New Deal: Fantastic Fundamental Light Skills at 70% Off

As a photographer understanding light is absolutely critical. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a beginner or a professional – light is the most important element in photography. This popular 125 page in-depth tutorial eBook educates photographers on the most critical and important aspects of harnessing light in photos. We were able to arrange an exclusive 70% discount […]

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How to Photograph a Bottle of White Wine

How to Photograph a Bottle of White Wine

Photographing any kind of glass bottle with liquid in can be a challenge, but Dustin Dolby explains the technique he uses in this video: He talks us through his setup and explains that you don’t need expensive kit to make great wine bottle shots. He’s using a Yongnuo 560 IV speed light and a Bowens […]

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5 Common Camera Setting Mistakes New Photographers Make

5 Common Camera Setting Mistakes New Photographers Make

Whether you’ve just purchased your first DSLR or have been shooting for a while and would like to start using your camera’s manual settings, you should be aware of some of the common mistakes most new photographers make when they first start out. Of course, you’ll probably learn as you go, and most photographers eventually […]

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