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Road-Trip-Photo-Tip-National-Park by Nisha Ramroop

3 Tips to Maximize Your Road Trip Photos

Road trips have been hailed as one of the greatest pastimes ever, and something that everyone should do at least...
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PHOTO-4.jpg by David Johnston

7 Tips for Better Adventure Photography

Adventure photography has continuously become more and more popular for outdoor photographers, thanks to new technology in cameras, and the...
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ten-ways-to-use-reflectors-1817 by John McIntire

10 Ways to Use a 5-in-1 Reflector

In photography books, magazines, and websites, references to reflectors are often and many. They're a quintessential tool for modifying light...
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Uqbar Is Back by Darlene Hildebrandt

Weekly Photography Challenge – Square

Shapes are everywhere, have a look around you. Do you see any squares like these images I shared previously? Weekly...
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Grand Central, NYC Street Photography by James Maher

7 Common Mistakes That Newbie Street Photographers Make

Over the last few years I have worked with enough budding new street photography enthusiasts, to notice a common thread...
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Head_5_200.jpg by Gina Milicia

9 Steps to Get Over Your Fear of Off-Camera Flash

If you want to learn more about using flash for creating portraits, pick up Gina's brand new dPS ebook: Fast...
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04.jpg by Ivo Guimaraes

3 Easy Steps to Photograph Glassware with Minimal Gear

Photographing glass objects is always a complicated task because of the reflective surface, and at the same time translucent nature,...
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The circular polarizer tends to smooth out rough points, darkens skies, and removes some of the reflective properties of shiny surfaces. by Tim Gilbreath

Review of the Vü Professional Filter System

Filters are wonderful little tools that help modify the light coming through your camera lenses, and alter what is recorded...
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