Photography Tips & Tutorials
by Darlene Hildebrandt

Video Tips: How to Photograph Lightning

Storms and bad weather doesn't mean you have to stop shooting and go indoors. In fact, sometimes you can get...
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Tricycle taxi rider in a market in Chiang Mai during a photography workshop. by Kevin Landwer-Johan

How to Find Inspiration for Your Photography

Inspiration and influence are important to every creative person. Being motivated to pick up your camera and make fabulous photographs...
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by Herb Paynter

How to Capture and Sculpt the Color of Light

The Basic Mechanics of Capturing Light When the light of a scene enters the camera lens, it is dispersed over...
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by David Shaw

Tips for Shooting Landscapes With a Telephoto Lens

Landscape photography is the realm of the wide-angle lens. Right? Isn’t it? I’m sure I read that somewhere. “When photographing...
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Silhouette and symmetry with a living room window by Mat Coker

How to Simplify Your Life as a Photographer

Whether you’re an amateur or a professional photographer, complexity, confusion, and chaos are your enemies. When your life is chaotic...
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by Stacey Hill

How to do Visual Storytelling with Photos

The old adage, "A picture is worth a thousand words", essentially means that what you can see in one image...
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Focus Through Poppy by Anne McKinnell by Anne McKinnell

8 Ways to Create More Dramatic Flower Photos

Do you think flower photography is boring? Or even too easy and obvious? I mean, of course, when you point...
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by Simon Bond

7 Great Reasons to do Early Morning Photography

An age-old question is whether you're an early bird or a night owl. Well even if you fall into the...
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