So You Want to Keep your Camera Safe? Heres How

A Guest Post by Ben Evans So we got my girlfriend her first proper camera last week. A Nikon D5100 with a 35mm f1.8 prime lens; which is my recommendation for a modest budget. She’s super excite... See full article

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Become An Email Ninja 6 Tips For Cutting Through the Noise

Hey everybody, Kate here from Chase’s Production crew. Just like many of you, I use email as a daily communication tool in my job. A flood of incoming emails to address and a long list of outgoi... See full article

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What Makes A Great Street Photograph and How Do We Create Them

This post is written by James Maher – author ofThe Essentials of Street Photography- an eBook currently onsale atSnapnDeals(25% off). Growing up I obsessed with basketball. I would skip ... See full article

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Using Tight Framing to Create a Sense of Infinity

The way you frame and crop your shots has power to give a sense of size to a scene that may not actually be there. For example – the shot to the left of a field of tulips is framed in such a way... See full article

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The 16 Most Photogenic Everyday Objects

This post is written by James Maher – author of The Essentials of Street Photography – an eBook currently onsale at SnapnDeals (25% off). You know how some people are just photogenic. No... See full article

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Output from Lightroom to Your Blog

I use Lightroom to prepare the images ready to upload to my blogs so its critical that I can get them out of Lightroom all ready to upload without having to do any more work on them. On one blog I ... See full article

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Photo Contests Is that a contest or Rights Grab?

A Guest Post by Dale Wilson Photo contests have been around since the days when chemistry was first introduced to develop light sensitive cellulose in other words, since before photography became ... See full article

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How to Photograph Zombies

Halloween is my favorite holiday and one of the best bits is the undead. Zombies aren’t confined to Halloween but their Fall migration, called Zombie Walks, begin around September and numbers in... See full article

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12 Ways To Capture The Colors Of Fall

Fall is in nearing full force in the Northern Hemisphere. That means a beautiful display of reds, oranges and yellows is now sweeping across the globe and it’s time to grab your camera to captur... See full article

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Working with Textures 8 Ideas to Get You Started

A Guest Post by Claire Woollam from The Digital Iris. The Oxford Dictionary defines texture as the way a surface, substance or piece of cloth feels when you touch it, for example how rough, smooth,... See full article

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7 Steps to Get Over Your Fear of Street Photography

This post is written by James Maher – author of The Essentials of Street Photography – an eBook currently onsale at SnapnDeals (25% off). Hi, my name is James and Im recovering from a f... See full article

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Deliver with Style 6 Tips for Delivering Files to Clients

Hi folks, Megan here again, Producer at CJ Inc. We recently delivered a couple of big jobs to clients, and it got me thinking about file management, tracking + job wrap-up. As the producer, Im resp... See full article

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How to Shoot a Composite Image

A Guest Post by Gus Castillo One of the joys of the digital era of photography were currently in is the ability to harness the power of digital tools to create images that arent physically possi... See full article

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How to Filter Feedback About Your Photography

A guest post by Nicholas Moegly As a photographer, you have most likely posted your work online or at least thought about it. When and if you do, you are going to get some sort of response from friend... See full article

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Depth of Field in Floral Photography

A Guest Post by Christine Havill Nearly every person who has held a camera has been drawn to and experienced the pleasure of photographing a flower. Most photographers however, or so I have found, dee... See full article

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Candid Portraits: Weekend Photography Challenge

This week we posted a tutorial on candid photography so I thought it might make a good theme for our weekly challenge. Your challenge is to take and share some candid portraits. Feel free to do it any... See full article

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Coloring the Past Blaspheming the Sacrosanct or Laudable [Re]Creativity?

Swedish artist Sanna Dullaway dropped some of her latest work on the Internet recently and responses have been all over the map. Dullaway’s recolorization process sees her take iconic black and ... See full article

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How to Photograph a Lie

A Guest Post by Roger Overall Youll have to trust me on this one. This photograph was taken on a kitchen floor. On a very wet winters day. After the sun had set. No really. Let me show you. The ... See full article

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Getting the Chimp off Your Back

A Guest Post by Jeff Guyer. “Chimping.” We’ve all done it at one time or another. For the few of you who aren’t familiar with the term, let’s just say it has absolutely n... See full article

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How to Read and Use Histograms

A Guest Post by Darlene Hildebrandt. The histogram is a useful but often misunderstood tool your camera provides to help you get the correct exposure on your images. In this article I’m going ... See full article

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Syncing And Backing Up Your Lightroom Catalog With Dropbox

With all the new ways to sync files across the Internet has come a key Adobe originally did not include with Lightroom: The ability to use one Lightroom catalog on different computers. For technical r... See full article

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Drugged Self-Portraits Through an Illicit Lens Bryan Lewis Saunders finds Fear and Loathing

Sometimes the suffering we go through for the sake of Art is completely self-induced. Take Bryan Lewis Saunders, for example. The D.C.-based artist recently released a series of self-portraits each dr... See full article

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The 10 Steps Every HDR Photographer Goes Through

HDR. Oh that word. A word that is either famous or infamous, taboo orrevered depending on what circle you are a part of or stumble onto.HDR has been through a lot in the past few years no doubt an... See full article

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Start a Personal Photography Project

A Guest Post by Neha Singh from ShutterMonks.com. In 2010, Dave Engledo welcomed his newborn daughter Alice Bee. Over time, he started documenting his daughters life creatively, through a collectio... See full article

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10 Tips for Enjoying a Photo Walk

A Guest Post by Tiffany Joyce from Beyond Megapixels There are a few reasons why I think photo walks are a great idea. Personally, my sense of creativity is boosted by movement and exposure to changin... See full article

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