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28 Apr 2014

5 Indoor Photography Tips (Inlcluding Lighting) for Great Photos!

You might think that taking photographs indoors is relatively simple. You just turn on the flash unit and start taking shots. However, that’s not always the case as some images may be blurry or badly exposed. There
22 Apr 2014

Out of Focus Foreground Framing Composition Trick

This is one of my favorite compositional techniques: it is something I do a lot. I think it’s becoming a signature part of my style. I didn’t realize this until a photographer friend showed me a photo
22 Apr 2014

7 Action Sports Photography Ideas and Tips You Should Know

Do you want to capture great looking sports photos? Then read these action sports photography tips and ideas below and discover how to take sports photos that get noticed. The most important aspects of taking good action
20 Apr 2014

How to Create a Vintage Portrait Effect in Photoshop

Creating a vintage effect for your photos in Photoshop can be a fun and worthwhile exercise. There are a lot of different approaches that you can take, and plenty of different types of vintage effects that you
19 Apr 2014

Creating High Dynamic Range Photography Ideas

So you want to learn HDR Photography? Then sit back and relax because we’re going to show you how to master the technique of HDR photography. High Dynamic Range photography or HDR photography is an advanced set
14 Apr 2014

Amazing Engagement Photography Ideas (Lots of Photos)

Are you looking for Inspiring Engagement Photography Ideas? Then you’ve come to the right place! Below, you’ll find an extensive list of ideas for you to use as inspiration for your next engagement photo shoot. What We
13 Apr 2014

Panning Photography Composition Tutorial | How to Photograph Moving Subjects

Panning is a great photography composition technique you can use to capture a moving subject. The result is a subject of the photo that is crisp and sharp, while the rest of the composition remains a blur
13 Apr 2014

How to Choose the Right Aperture (f-stop) Camera Setting for Your Photograph

If you’re a beginner photographer you may be wondering how to choose the right aperture setting (f-stop) when taking a photo. When you turn the dial on your camera you see numbers like 5.6, 8, 16, 22
9 Apr 2014

Focus Stacking Photography Composition Technique

Today, we are going to teach you a cool trick of manipulating the depth of field within your photos called Focus Stacking. As a photographer you are eventually going to run into the problem of trying to
7 Apr 2014

How to Shoot Product Photography – Part 1

Learning product photography lighting is one of the most important things you can do to help sell a product. Prospective customers viewing items online or in a magazine can’t see or touch the item in person, so

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