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Landscape and Nature Photography Tips

Landscape and Nature Photography Tips

You have found the perfect location and the view in front of you is breathtaking, you take some photos and then get them developed. What you have taken fails to live up it the view you remember, everything is a bit lifeless! Does this sound familiar? If it does then here are some basic tips […]

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At Home Double Exposure Photography Tutorial

At Home Double Exposure Photography Tutorial

Double exposure is a creative photography technique wherein two different exposures are superimposed on the same frame. In analogue photography, you can achieve this by exposing the same frame multiple times. In digital photography, you can accomplish this either in-camera or by using software like Photoshop. This is an interesting creative exercise that you can […]

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10 Things Successful Photographers Do Before They Press the Shutter

10 Things Successful Photographers Do Before They Press the Shutter

Are you an aspiring pro photographer? Have you ever wondered how to shoot like a pro? Don’t worry; you are in the right place. Anyone today can qualify as a photographer, provided they have a smartphone or any other device with a good camera. However, it takes more than owning a camera to become a […]

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Staying Motivated as a Photographer

Staying Motivated as a Photographer

One of the major challenges that artists, including photographers, face is remaining inspired. Actually, it’s quite common to feel unmotivated from time to time. What’s important is that you fight your way back and get the creative juices flowing again. Of course that’s easier said than done. Finding your inspiration in reality can be quite […]

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Flash Sale: The Photography Super Bundle

Flash Sale: The Photography Super Bundle

For anyone interested, the Super Photography Bundle is back for a flash sale, but only until tomorrow. It includes 12 eCourses, 6 eBooks, templates & presets at 97% off but only until it ends at midnight EST on July 16. Ending soon here: The Photography Super Bundle Using Your Camera Photography Start: Ultimate Training Guide […]

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Wave Painting Photography Tips

Wave Painting Photography Tips

One of the various things that you can do with long exposure is wave painting. When you photograph a wave at a slow shutter speed, you capture the movement of the water creating a blurry, silky, and dreamy pattern. By having the right composition, and shooting in the right conditions, you can take some breathtaking […]

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Outdoor Fountain Photography Tips

Outdoor Fountain Photography Tips

Have you ever seen a water feature that looked so amazing you just had to get a picture of it? Maybe it was at a park, in your local downtown area, or on vacation somewhere. Whatever the case, sometimes you just have to get a shot. But capturing an image of something like a fountain […]

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Using Long Exposures with Portraits

Using Long Exposures with Portraits

Admit it, most of us use the camera with the shutter speed set towards the faster end in most cases. Of course we usually want to avoid any kind of blurriness that might creep into the image. While this makes sense, it’s also a good idea to consider the fact that a little bit of […]

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5 Typical Uses of Neutral Density Filters

5 Typical Uses of Neutral Density Filters

Neutral density or ND filters have the sole purpose of cutting down the amount of light as a whole. A perfect neutral density filter would transmit all wavelengths of light equally, so there would be no color change. Though not actually perfect, it can be used equally well in both color photography or black and […]

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Long Exposure Landscape Photography with Minimalism

Long Exposure Landscape Photography with Minimalism

Photographs with a minimalistic approach tend to stand out from the rest. That’s because a successful photograph with a minimalistic approach often provokes a deeper meaning while having a composition that appears pretty simple. And even if you aren’t so great at capturing such though provoking photographs, you can give it a shot using a […]

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