A Simple Exercise to help You Learn to See Light

In this video photographer Joel Edelman shares how he first began to ‘see’ light with a simple Egg. Once you’ve viewed the video and have tried it for yourself – share you pict... See full article

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Photography As A Means For Societal Betterment

I dont admire many people and I attempt to emulate even fewer. I try to be my own self. But I do admire Colby Brown and Nancy Farese. They both have found a way to combine two things I am passionat... See full article

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How to Photograph and Light a Lamborghini Aventador

Into cars? Want to know how the pros go about photographing a car like the Lamborghini Aventador? In this video by the team at Fstoppers Blair Bunting gives a real insight into how he approached shoot... See full article

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Do You Have Enough Talent In Your Tank to be a Photographer?

A Guest Post by Michael Adams Your mom says you have talent. Your friends think youre amazing. Your photos get lots of likes. You even had a show at the local coffee shop although you didnt sell... See full article

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Do You Have Enough Talent In Your Tank to be a Photographer?

A Guest Post by Michael Adams Your mom says you have talent. Your friends think youre amazing. Your photos get lots of likes. You even had a show at the local coffee shop although you didnt sell... See full article

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Using an Anchor Colour to Make your Images Come To Life

A Guest Post by Shariq Siddiqui Do you identify and use a certain colour as an anchor colour in your photographs? Heres how you could use this simple concept to add extra appeal to your images. ... See full article

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Creating Quality Slideshows

All those photos you have on your harddrive, what are you doing with them? Are they sitting there and then up on a website? Maybe a share on Facebook or Google+? Have you ever thought of presenting yo... See full article

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How To Create A Video Masterpiece With Your Photos (& Get 100,000 Youtube Views)

A Guest Post by Benjamin Jenks from AdventureSauce.com. You love digital photography Or at least you love when you capture a beautiful moment and you can share that moment with others. What if you ... See full article

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10 Lessons for Portrait Photographers: The Art of Story

When I first started my studies as a portrait photographer, a friend introduced me to a photo book by Michael Franzini. This photographer created a book of portraits that inspired me to have very high... See full article

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Watch a Pro Pose her Subject [VIDEO]

Having trouble posing portrait subjects? In this video wedding photographer (and one of the nicest photographers I’ve met in fact I had the pleasure of Jasmine photographing me a couple of ye... See full article

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Film vs. Digital

A Guest Post by Rebecca Lily With the comeback of film over the last few years, many digital photographers are questioning whether or not to make the switch. This is a decision I had to ponder mysel... See full article

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Introduction to Taking Great Underwater Photos

Absolutely anyone can take pictures underwater, either with a cheap disposable or with a standard digital camera inside a waterproof plastic housing. It’s not easy to get really amazing shots wi... See full article

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DIY Space Mission: First Lego Space Shuttle into the Stratosphere [VIDEO]

This one isn’t strictly ‘digital photography’ but it I’m sure you’ll forgive me once you see what it is. What happens when you take a GoPro HD video camera, GPS unit, a l... See full article

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Knowing how to Create a Photo and Not just Take One

A Guest post by Judd Green You either are a portrait photographer or landscape photographer and you come across the perfect moment, everything falls into place, every aspect and variable in the equati... See full article

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8 Things Every Camera Owner Should Know About Their Camera

by Lynford Morton from www.photocoachpro.com. If you want to make the evolution from pointing and shooting to creating art, one of the things you must do is master your camera. I’m talking the k... See full article

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Present Moment Photography

A Guest post by Jason Lowry from www.blackandwhiteonly.com. I have a horrible habit of wasting so much of my present moment time constantly thinking about everything and everyone! If you are like me... See full article

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How to Choose the Right Shutter Speed

Taking good photographs isnt just about buying the most expensive camera available. Whether youre a wedding photographer or an amateur looking to turn professional, its important that you und... See full article

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Online Marketing for Photographers: The Lessons I Paid For

A Guest Post By Kristen Simental When I decided to get serious about marketing, I did some research and felt that online marketing was the way to go. All right, I saw that everyone else was doing it. ... See full article

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15 Tips for Low Light Landscape Photography

Pin It Capturing scenes in low light remains one of the most challenging aspects of photography, yet the results when executed well can be truly captivating. Whether its an energetic cityscape or e... See full article

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The Impact of Less

A Guest post by Nick Fleming. Photography is about choices and decisions. Make the right ones up to the moment the shutter button is pressed and a successful composition will result. This sounds sim... See full article

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My Still-Life Photography Adventure

Everyone has photographed still life images at one time or another. It’s usually one of those everyday images that catches our eye such as the sun shining through colored glass bottles on a wi... See full article

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How to Use the Human Form to Give a Sense of Scale to Your Images [With Examples]

At times when you’re photographing scenes like landscapes or architectural structures it is difficult to convey to those viewing your images the scale of what you’re photographing – ... See full article

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6 Ways to Add Drama and Mystery to Your Images

Recently at a get together with 6 photographer friends we started chatting about the idea of adding Drama and Mystery to images. Don’t ask me how we got to the topic but the conversation was so ... See full article

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15 Tips for Great Candlelight Photography

Image by Sea Eye Happy Valentines Day! In celebration we thought we’d publish this post on the romantic topic of Candlelight Photography! Have you ever tried to photograph a candle lit scene wit... See full article

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How to Shoot Through a Wire Fence

Stuck behind a wire fence when trying to shoot an interesting subject can be a pain. It’s a challenge most often faced at the zoo but you also come across it when shooting at some sporting event... See full article

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