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Lens-7.jpg by Adam Welch

Review of the Tamron 85mm F1.8 Di VC USD Lens

There has been, and likely always will be, a lingering debate among professional photographers and amateur photo enthusiasts, about whether...
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An image showing before and after color grading. by Rick Berk

Using a Flat Picture Style for Better Finished Images

During my career in photography, I’ve continued to evolve, both my shooting and editing styles, to achieve the results I...
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Dave Wild by Darlene Hildebrandt

15 Expansive Wide Angle Images

Wide angle lenses provide a very different view of the world than what your eye sees. They are inclusive, meaning...
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Soaring, 42nd Street, NYC by James Maher

How to Be Different and Make Your Photography More Unique

When starting on the path of learning photography, it is common for some to already have an idea about what their work...
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3 Tips for Taking Better Motorsport Photos

If you’re a fan of motorsport, then you’ve probably tried to take photo of a race car on the track....
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Here’s a portrait we made there. by Andrew S. Gibson

How to Find Great Backgrounds for Outdoor Portraits

Outdoor portrait photography involves going outside, and utilizing the beauty (or the ugliness) of your surroundings. You probably already know...
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katenesi.com_06.jpg by Kate Nesi

Tips for Photographing Your Child and Their First Moments

Seeing your little one begin to explore their world with their first solid food, crawl on the floor, or enjoy...
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Sample image from Sigma 20mm f/1.4 DG HSm Art by Rick Berk

Lens Review: Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG HSM Art Lens

In my opinion, one of the best developments to happen in photography recently is the stepped-up offerings of third party...
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Insert mode dial close-up shot here. This is just a placeholder. by Simon Ringsmuth

A Simple Explanation of the Camera Mode Dial

If you have a more advanced camera like a DSLR or mirrorless, or even a high-end pocket model, it's a...
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3-fall-leaves-1376.jpg by Curtis Cunningham

Tips for Learning How to See Photographically

Open your eyes: learn to appreciate the wonder that is all around you The camera is definitely a tool that...
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SHILL-Article1-daisy-macro.jpg by Stacey Hill

10 Things Nobody Tells Photography Newbies

Every time you read an article or a book, a blog post, or a tutorial, there is always something new...
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sports-1.jpg by Rebecca Olsen

Tips and Tricks to Help You Take Better Youth Sports Photos

A favorite photography subject of any parent is their child’s sporting activities. But, sports photography can be challenging for the...
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Moyan Brenn by Darlene Hildebrandt

Weekly Photography Challenge – Roads

Paths and roadways make great photographic subjects. This is your chance to go find some and photograph them. Weekly Photography...
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Thomas Hawk by Darlene Hildebrandt

21 Enjoyable Images of Long and Winding Roads

Using lines and in particular, leading lines, in photography is a popular method of composition to create more interesting and...
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KD-2016-Learning Struggles-6 by Kav Dadfar

7 Tips to Help You Learn Photography Better

Photography is an incredibly rewarding and enjoyable hobby or profession to get into. But when you’re starting out it can...
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Engagement Photography. by James Maher

Tips to Help Newbies Find Success in the Photography Business

Many dream about becoming a professional photographer, but unfortunately it can be difficult to last longer than two years in business, if...
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how-to-modify-light-with-flags-first-flag by John McIntire

How to Control and Modify Your Lighting With Flags

Lighting can be a complicated subject. From light sources, to modifiers, and color temperature, there are so many things to...
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create-sense-of-scale-crane-framed by Simon Ringsmuth

How to Use Framing to Create a Sense of Scale

One thing that can be difficult to get across when taking pictures is a true sense of how large something is...
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achieving-moody-portrait-2-LEDs-tips by Lily Sawyer

How to Use Two LED Lights to Achieve Moody Portraits

Any kind of light is a must for photography. You just cannot photograph without light. There are various types of...
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