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Landscape Photography Elements

Landscape Photography Elements

There are many factors that go towards creating great landscape photography. Some of the most popular and successful landscape photos usually follow a few of the elements described in this article while ignoring a others in order to create a unique scene. Here are a few items to consider while setting up your shot. Lens […]

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Use Depth of Field to Make Your Photo Subject the Star

Use Depth of Field to Make Your Photo Subject the Star

We’ve discussed showing less skin and using long sleeves on our models to avoid the viewer’s eye being pulled out of the frame. Why? We want all of the viewer’s attention to be focused on our subject. We want the subject to be the undisputed star of our photo. Your background can also be a […]

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10 Easy Tricks to Improve Your Indoor Photography

10 Easy Tricks to Improve Your Indoor Photography

Taking the perfect photograph is much like painting a masterpiece, composing a symphony, or writing an epic novel. It’s one of the hardest things you’ll ever try to do, and it’s even harder when you’re no savant. The good news is that there’s plenty of tips I’ve learned concerning how to make average indoor photographs […]

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How to Take Photos in Low Light

How to Take Photos in Low Light

Images of night scenes never fail to impress. Night-time images have great ambiance, something which is often absent in flat, bright, daylight photos. Skillful low-light photos can look simply incredible and if you’re looking for ways to make money from photography, selling canvas prints of night scenes is one way to achieve this. They are […]

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The Biggest Mistake a Photographer Could Make

The Biggest Mistake a Photographer Could Make

We photographers always seem to be on the sidelines, shooting scenes but not actually involved in the action. This can leave us feeling ‘disconnected’ from the world in front of us. And this is one of the biggest mistakes a photographer can make. As soon as you disconnect yourself from your subject, your shots will […]

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Quick Tips on Landscape Photography

Quick Tips on Landscape Photography

Tell a story with landscape photography. By telling stories with your camera, you’re forced you to slow down and contemplate the details. This one factor alone could greatly improve your skills as a photographer! Consider a few important questions: What is it about this scene that inspires you? What elements found in the scene have […]

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Game of Thrones Lighting Tutorial

Game of Thrones Lighting Tutorial

If you’ve paid attention to the lighting used for the TV series Game of Thrones, you’ve probably noticed light beams coming into a room with a combination of cool and warm tones. The makers achieve this look by using large light sources but you can get similar looking images using a workaround. Photographers Tony & […]

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How the First Ever Image of a Black Hole Was Made

How the First Ever Image of a Black Hole Was Made

Everything you’ve ever heard about this phenomenon right from your childhood all of a sudden becomes hard fact. We’re talking about the first-ever image of a black hole: It took 10 years of planning, involving more than 200 scientists from across the globe and 50 million dollars in funding. For the astrophysicists that were involved […]

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10 Sources of Inspiration For Your Photography

10 Sources of Inspiration For Your Photography

Every one of us needs to be inspired to shoot photos at some time in our photographic journeys. Sometimes inspiration comes naturally while on other occasions it is just like writer’s block. So how can you get inspired? Can you create inspiration or must you just wait? Let’s take a look at some sources of […]

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Released Today: Topaz Denoise A.I. Photo Editor

Released Today: Topaz Denoise A.I. Photo Editor

Noise reduction technology has basically been the same for a decade, with only minor incremental improvements here and there. DeNoise AI may be different: the Topaz Labs team fed an algorithm millions of noisy/clear images until it actually learned what noise is and how best to remove it. See how it works here: Topaz DeNoise […]

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