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trees-2.jpg by Adam Welch

5 Tips for Better Nature Photography

One of the most challenging things about photography is finding good subject matter. People want to see images of places...
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Greeting Shadows by Anthony Epes

Tips for Using Natural Framing to Improve Your Composition

To help you compose more exciting and beautiful photographs, there are certain key composition techniques that you can use. Natural...
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MIOPS Camera Trigger by Tim Gilbreath

Review of The MIOPS Smart Trigger

The MIOPS Smart Trigger is many things you'd want in a photography accessory; small, rugged, and multipurpose. It may not be...
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child-photography by Darlene Hildebrandt

4 Tips for Better Child Photography by a Mom

Elena Shumilova and her family moved to the country and she started photographing her two sons. Then she put her...
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dpsheadshotsidebysidefinal by Tim Sullivan

How to Edit Corporate Headshots in Lightroom

Although even lighting, and perfect exposure are your biggest allies when it comes to making people look their best in...
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Meena Kadri by Darlene Hildebrandt

Weekly Photography Challenge – Laughter

Real, natural emotions captured with a camera can be challenging like getting photos of real laughter. How to approach people...
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Overduebook by Darlene Hildebrandt

21 Fun Images of People Laughing

Laughter is contagious. One person starts doing it and soon others around them follow. Capturing real human emotions with a...
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Melbourne Australia in the rain by Helen Bradley

Tips for How to Make the Most of Rainy Days

It isn’t always possible to get great weather when are out photographing. If you're on a once in a lifetime...
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Tips for Successful Star Trails Photography

Star trail photography – not so difficult with the correct planning and appropriate gear In this short article I will...
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Mood and light by Andrew S. Gibson

How to Use Light to Create Moody Images

It isn’t difficult to take sharp, well-exposed photos with modern cameras. But how do you take it a step further...
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photo4.jpeg by Dennis Drenner

6 Ways of Using Reflector to Take Better Portraits

I’ve been making my living as a photographer for over 20 years, and have accumulated thousands of dollars of gear...
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