Photography Tips & Tutorials
by Joey J

Tips for Shooting Cityscapes Through a Window at Blue Hour

Shooting cityscape photos from inside a building (such as an observation deck of a tower, hotel room, etc.) pose a...
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by Karthika Gupta

How to Take Interesting Photos in Uninteresting Places

Having spent the past several months traveling extensively to some pretty exciting places, coming back home to small-town suburbia was...
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by Sean McCormack

5 Lighting Setups You Can Do Using an Octabox

Choosing a lighting modifier is always tough because it's inherently limiting. Do you go for a large soft source or...
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by Darlene Hildebrandt

Video Tips for Better Food Photography

Food photography has become more and more popular. In fact, many restaurants complain that their patrons don't eat the food...
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by Stacey Hill

Improve Your Composition by Changing Your Point of View

There are many rules, guidelines, suggestions, and ideas around what makes a good photographic composition. Every person has their own...
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A gnome, photographed from a wide angle to distort the size and scale of it by Frank Myrland

How to Show a Sense of Scale in Your Photography

Picture this: You’re standing in front of an awe-inspiring natural wonder, a giant mountain or an extraordinary monument. Eagerly, you...
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by Megan Kennedy

How to do a Photography Alphabet Project

Do you remember the ransom notes left behind by kidnappers and villains in movies? The notes made up of different...
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by Nisha Ramroop

4 Tips for Beginners to Food Photography

Food photography is everywhere – restaurants, bars, advertisements, shop windows, billboards, blogs, menus, books – the list is endless. Interestingly...
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