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Photography Shooting Tips

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How to Connect with Your Photography Subjects

Taking great photos because of solid technical skills is an essential part of being a photographer, however, the ability connect with our subjects makes or breaks our portraits. Here are some tips on how to connect with your subjects. … [Read More...]

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Key Points When Setting Up Your Own Studio Space

Matt Granger has some really specific tips and advice to keep in mind when you're about to set up your own studio space. Check it out. … [Read More...]

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Fundamental 3-Point Lighting for Portraits

Knowing the fundamentals not only sets you up for better creative options in your photography, but it also gets you out of tricky situations where simplicity is the best approach to produce professional-looking photos. The 3-point lighting setup … [Read More...]

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DOF Control for Sharper Photographs

Getting sharper images isn't just about getting a camera with gazillions of focus points. Understanding the mechanics and physics of why photos are tack sharp or blurry lies not only in hardware, but depth of field as well. … [Read More...]

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Post Processing Tutorials

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How to Harness the Power of Content-Aware Features in Photoshop CC

The Content-aware tools in newer versions of Photoshop is incredibly powerful but many photographers forget this feature simply because it needs a slight tweak on their workflow. However, once you start learning what all these new Content-Aware … [Read More...]

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Creating Super-Cool Dispersion Effects in Photoshop

Check out this cool tutorial by Brad Goble on creating dispersion effects for your photographs! … [Read More...]

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Adding Cool Background Textures to Portraits with Photoshop

Go beyond blank walls and backgrounds. Learn how to add cool textures to your portraits with this lesson from the good folks at PHLearn.com … [Read More...]

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Harness the Power of Focus Area Selections of Photoshop CC

Cutting objects from backgrounds has never been easier with Photoshop CC's new features such as the Focus Area selection option. PHlean has this awesome tutorial on how to utilize it. … [Read More...]

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Gears and Reviews

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How Do You Choose A Good Tripod?

Tripods are confusing. It's one of those equipment where you'll grow old with in your photography journey. But many beginners opt for the worst type or one that doesn't fit their needs. This video from Ultimate PhotoGuide will help you pick one … [Read More...]

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Three Important Points to Know When Buying a Tripod

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Head to Head, Nikon D810 vs. Canon EOS 5D Mark III

The DSLR development has slowed down quite significantly from two years ago. But the top-tier pro-sumer full-frame cameras are still battling it out and here we have a nice head-to-head between the Nikon D810 and the venerable Canon EOS 5D Mark III … [Read More...]

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Business of Photography

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How to Connect with Your Photography Subjects

Taking great photos because of solid technical skills is an essential part of being a photographer, however, the ability connect with our subjects … [Read More...]

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Key Points When Setting Up Your Own Studio Space

Matt Granger has some really specific tips and advice to keep in mind when you're about to set up your own studio space. Check it out. … [Read More...]

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How to Price Your Photography When You’re Still Starting Out by Emily Steuck

Setting prices when you're still new in the business is one of the toughest tasks a business owner has to make, and if you're a photographer who … [Read More...]

Video Shooting Tips and Tricks

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Top Cinematographers Share Their Secrets in Hollywood Blockbusters

A candid but insightful conversation between 5 top-level cinematographers and their work. … [Read More...]

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Breaking the 180-degree Rule in Videography

The 180-degree rule is a simple but essential guide to follow for all videographers to allow smooth transitions and editing. Like all rules, there are situations where rules are meant to be broken. … [Read More...]

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Be Inspired! Featured Themes and Photographer Interviews

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Ridiculously Adorable Backlit Kids Photos

Adding rim lighting adds dimension and separation of subject to background naturally, but sprinkle in adorable cuteness and bubbly subjects like kids, the combination can't be beat. Enjoy the works of … [Read More...]

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Mouth-Watering Food Photography Examples

Ready to salivate? Check out these excellently styled and photographed food from Flickr artists. … [Read More...]

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Beyond the Cliché, Superb Mother and Child Portraits by Mexico Rosel

Tired of the fake poses, heart-shaped hands on belly type of mother-child/pregnancy photos? Mexico Rosel brings a classy and low-contrast documentary style to show the intimate relationship between … [Read More...]

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Amazing Bike Stunt Video Shot Entirely with an iPhone

This video is a perfect example of how solid techniques, editing, and story telling trumps equipment. Check this out! Flip Champagne - iPhone 5S short movie from Léo Ginailhac on Vimeo. … [Read More...]

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