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Woodland Photography Tips

Woodland Photography Tips

Overcast days are great for shooting photos in the woods. You can experiment with photographing streams, waterfalls, trees, mushrooms and so on. However, shooting on overcast days and in dimly lit environments requires some planning and a meticulous approach. The following tips from Ross Hoddinot of NatureTTL will help: Don’t Include the Sky If you’re […]

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New! Luminar 2018 (Now for PC Users Too)

New! Luminar 2018 (Now for PC Users Too)

Announced today, the new Luminar 2018 delivers a breakthrough photo editing experience for photographers on Mac & Windows with new filters, tools, non-destructive editing, major speed boosts, and a digital asset management platform. It is currently $10 off for pre-order customers today which ends soon – pre-order customers also get bonus presets and photo editing tools […]

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Scary Studio Portrait Photo Techniques for Halloween

Scary Studio Portrait Photo Techniques for Halloween

Have you ever wanted to do a spooky shoot in your home studio, but weren’t quite sure how to go about it? What better way to prepare for Halloween than to learn how to turn your home studio into a sinister forest with a little bit of lighting magic and some smoke to really create […]

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Bad Weather = Good Light for Photographers

Bad Weather = Good Light for Photographers

We’ve all sat, staring out of our window and cursing at the rain poring down or the flat, grey sky that just happened to cloud over on few hours we’ve managed to set aside in our busy schedule to head out and shoot some photos. But all is not lost for the opportunistic and well […]

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How to Whiten Teeth Using Photoshop

How to Whiten Teeth Using Photoshop

Sometimes teeth need some adjustments to look their best. A photo of someone with a gorgeous smile but with stained teeth can detract from your final image. Aaron Nace from Phlearn breaks teeth whitening in Photoshop down into a few easy steps and gives us some bonus info on using the liquify tool to also correct […]

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Storm Photography: Shooting in Extreme Weather

Storm Photography: Shooting in Extreme Weather

There are four main types of weather that often discourage photographers from even attempting what might be some of their greatest work: extreme cold, extreme heat, extreme moisture, and extreme wind. While each of these has probably at one time or another discouraged even the best of us from going out to shoot, they also […]

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10 Things Successful Photographers Don’t Do

10 Things Successful Photographers Don’t Do

Creative photographers strive to discover new patterns, color, adventure and beauty among many other things. Creativity awakens all of a photographer’s senses, adding an artistic touch to his or her final work. Many amateur photographers dream of becoming creative photography pros. There are, however, very few who actually master the trade. Successful photographers have already […]

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8 of the Most Important Photoshop Tools for Photographers

8 of the Most Important Photoshop Tools for Photographers

Adobe Photoshop is one of the most well known and most commonly used image editing software programs in the world. It’s used worldwide both personally and professionally. When people see a picture they believe too good to be true, the reply is often the same: “That’s Photoshopped.” What many people don’t realize is that many […]

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Frost & Ice Photography Tips

Frost & Ice Photography Tips

In previous articles we’ve considered photography tips using water as an ideal photo subject during warm seasons when it involves waves, waterscapes, waterfalls, reflections, abstracts, spray ‘n splash, bubbles ‘n foam, puddles, condensation, hail, mist and fog to help us out of the photo doldrums. Now, let’s consider some of its cold season photo ops […]

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Keep Your Camera Safe in Sub-Zero Temperatures

Keep Your Camera Safe in Sub-Zero Temperatures

Most SLRs cope remarkably well with freezing temperatures. I’ve had no problem using Canon EOS SLR cameras below zero for weeks on end, often down to -20°C and in extreme down to -30°C. This article is for those trying to keep such a camera going under expedition conditions, such as an icecap crossing or mountaineering […]

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