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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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How to Take Better Pictures for Beginner Photographers

How to Take Better Pictures for Beginner Photographers

Photography can be a fun and exciting activity for all who have a passionate interest in learning camera fundamentals. I have done photography from the time I was perhaps five or six years old watching my father shoot then do his own black and white darkroom work. I’m a photographer and illustrator and have a […]

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Tulip Season Photography Tips

Tulip Season Photography Tips

Tulips are only in bloom a few weeks out of the year, so if you love photographing them as much as I do, you have to hit the tulip beds running—or at least with a plan. Like roses, no two tulips are alike. But the fun part is, unlike roses, every type of tulip is […]

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Tips for Great Street Photography

Tips for Great Street Photography

So what is street photography? A simple answer would be, anything goes. Basically it’s to get out onto the streets of your city and shoot anything that attracts your attention. Look for things that are different, quirky or need to be shot from a fresh angle. Forget the rules and just shoot is what some […]

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Common Mistakes in Wildlife and Nature Photography

Common Mistakes in Wildlife and Nature Photography

Wildlife photography is both rewarding and frustrating, even for experienced photographers. While a great photo is something to treasure, the challenges of wildlife photography can leave beginners feeling a little lost. “It was wonderful to be there, but this photo doesn’t really do it justice.” Does this sound familiar? Too often we have a great […]

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How to Improve Your Photos With One Simple Change

How to Improve Your Photos With One Simple Change

You take hundreds and thousands of photos of this, that, and everything around you. Your main objective? To capture beauty. But, when you come home and take a look at your photos, why is there so often a feeling of dissatisfaction? Why do the photos you take not come out how you imagined they would? […]

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You Know You’re a Photographer When…

You Know You’re a Photographer When…

Being a photographer is more than just a hobby or a career choice—it’s life. Something you feel you literally could not live without. Every instant of your waking moment, you feel the dire need to pull your camera out and take a picture of the beauty of your surroundings. Sound familiar? I have compiled a […]

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Perspective in Your Photo Compositions

Perspective in Your Photo Compositions

Throughout history, paintings have undergone a distinct revolution. When two-dimensional paintings were no longer popular, artists had figured out different ways to allow the third dimension to impact the painting. We call that third dimension “perspective,” and it’s just as important in photography as in painting. The use of perspective can add an extra sense […]

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The Importance of Constructive Feedback in Photography

The Importance of Constructive Feedback in Photography

Most of us have received critiques of our work at some point of our life. Some of the most subjective feedback is that directed at works of art. Photography is no exception. With a lot of people picking up photography as a hobby, it’s no wonder that a lot of photography related forums are created […]

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