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Street Photography Cheat Sheet For Your Travels

Street Photography Cheat Sheet For Your Travels

If you are new to street photography, or even if you’re not, remembering settings, nailing the composition, getting idea inspirations, and just getting motivated to get over the fear of doing it can feel daunting. To help make it easier, here’s a cheat sheet full of reminders and setting information to print and take with […]

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How Clean an SLR Camera Lens the Right Way

How Clean an SLR Camera Lens the Right Way

If you’re cleaning your SLR lenses once a week with a microfiber cloth, you’re doing it all wrong. Lenses are delicate things. Over-cleaning them will actually cause more harm than good. And the cheapest cleaning solutions—for example, microcloths—aren’t up to scratch. For a proper tutorial, watch this handy, informal 10-minute instructional video: The host is former movie-set […]

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The Most Important Tip for Street Photography

The Most Important Tip for Street Photography

If you clicked this link expecting a simple technical tip to improve your street photography then you’ve come to the wrong place. This is not an article about getting closer, zone focusing, hip-shooting, camera settings, or using a wide-angle prime lens. Practicing all of these things is important to be able capture what you see out there in […]

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Crop Factor Demystified

Crop Factor Demystified

As a photography enthusiast you’re surely heard the term crop factor. You may even have heard pro photographers talk about “35mm equivalent” or the lesser used “35mm focal length equivalent.” There are a few other related terms like crop sensor. If you’ve always wondered about crop factor and how it impacts your photography, this short […]

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Beginner Street Photography

Beginner Street Photography

We all have to start somewhere with our photography and one of the big questions I get asked by students is where do we begin. There is just so much to learn and not enough subjects to shoot. That may or may not be true. My answer is street photography. Why? Let’s read on. Street […]

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7 DIY Photography Hacks with Household Objects

7 DIY Photography Hacks with Household Objects

Instead of moaning and groaning about the exorbitant costs of professional lighting and special effects equipment, why not find ways to create the same types of images using common household items? In this brief tutorial, photographer Markus Berger demonstrates how to hack seven refined photo techniques using cheap, everyday items: 7 Creative Photography Ideas Using Household […]

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The Essentials of Street Photography at 25% Off

The Essentials of Street Photography at 25% Off

Have you been wanting to learn more about the technical and conceptual aspects of Street Photography? This 141 page eBook covers everything about the genre even down to specific post processing techniques that can bring the best out of street scenes. We were able to arrange an exclusive 25% discount AND extra bonus guides for our readers […]

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5 Tips for Bouncing Flash at Wedding Receptions

5 Tips for Bouncing Flash at Wedding Receptions

Bouncing a flash is often the only viable technique to quickly expose for a photo in a fast changing scenario. Take a wedding reception, for example. Hopping from one room to another and one lighting scenario to the next, a photographer has very little time to adjust to the changing light. If you’re working with […]

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Top 10 Photographers Every Student Should Study

Top 10 Photographers Every Student Should Study

These days, everyone’s a photographer, from the studio owner shooting weddings on the weekends, to your cousin with an iPhone. Cameras are more widely available now than ever before, and many people are discovering a love for photography. Some even choose to pursue it as a career, taking on photography courses or a full degree […]

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Portrait Sharpening Photoshop Tutorial

Portrait Sharpening Photoshop Tutorial

The typical way to sharpen a photo in post-production involves global sharpening. But you have the subject’s eyes, their clothing, facial hair, and so on to think about. You don’t necessarily want to sharpen all of these elements to the same degree. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shares his technique for giving portraits the right amount […]

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