Photo Tips, Tricks & Techniques

Outdoor Photography Tips For Beginners

October 2, 2020
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(Unsplash CC0) Getting outdoors is a must if you’re a beginner looking to further your photography career. With some incredible looking landscapes out there and scenes of more intimate beauty, you should be able to take some breathtaking images.  So, let’s take a look at some of the things you need to keep in mind […]

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The Best Way to Enhance Your Garden Photography Skills

July 22, 2020
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The best pictures in an album are available in your garden. Walking in your backyard with the camera seems fun for many individuals. Just because every little garden shares a story, you can capture its beauty dramatically behind the lens. While using the Garden Trends discount codes, you can notice the beauty of images. It […]

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Natural Looking Shadows and How to Create Them in Seconds

August 11, 2019

Creating a good, believable, natural shadow in Photoshop can be a tricky process. While shadows serve to add dimension to your photography, doing them wrong can destroy your whole work. In product photography, for example, you have two types of shadows:       Cast shadows       Form shadows Cast shadows are those […]

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5 iPhone Photography Tips to Quickly Improve Your Photos

February 22, 2018

Are you one of those people who try to ace iPhone photography skills and editing methods? With a couple of straightforward tips you can begin shooting great photographs now! In this instructional post you’ll find 5 fast and simple tips which will basically take your iPhone photographs to a brand new level. Tip # 1: […]

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Great Ways to Get Genuine Smiles In Photography

August 15, 2017

Photography is one of the most interesting fields you could pursue, and this gets better when your subjects emotionally reciprocate to your advances. One of the most common challenges photographers face is getting their subjects to smile for a photo, naturally. As a professional photographer, you want to produce the most stunning images, and smiling […]

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GoPro Like a Pro – Tips to Take Amazing Photos and Videos

May 24, 2017

Are you ready to take photos like a pro? In this post, we are going to cover some of the best GoPro photography tips that will help you take kick-ass travel photos and videos. Make use of Gimbals to hold GoPro steady One of the most common issues that people have with the GoPro is that the photography and footage come […]

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Four Techniques for Protecting Online Images

June 4, 2012

Image theft has become a cause of concern for many photographers and artists. This has resulted in many looking for ways of protecting their work from being plagiarized. Here are some of the methods which are used to protect images. 1. No right click script The no right click JavaScript is one of the most […]

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When zoom camera lenses creep – who do you call? Lensband!

May 6, 2012

Are you a DSLR shooter and do you own a super zoom lens? If you can answer yes to that double-question, then you’ve probably already heard about “lens creep”, or perhaps you’ve experienced it yourself, on your own lens(es), maybe even quite often. If you answered “no” to the double-question, but you’re considering buying a […]

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Fixing Lens Creep on Nikon 24-120mm f4 and 18-200mm VR lenses

April 14, 2011

What’s lens creep? Well, lens creep is basically what happens when your zoom lens is quite front-heavy so if you hold it down it might creep out (zoom) by itself, or if it’s already zoomed out and you hold it up, it might creep back down again. If your lens is creeping in or out […]

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Easy Ways to Get Stunning Photographs from Your Point-and-Shoot

March 5, 2011

Maybe a DSLR camera is out of your price range, or maybe you are too intimidated by the myriad of knobs, buttons, and lenses that come with shooting with such a camera. Or then again, maybe you simply do not want to lug your prized camera to your son’s muddy soccer game, but still want […]

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Photography: What’s drawing the eye (visual mass)?

December 15, 2010

If you like taking pictures, then you’d probably prefer taking pictures that people like to look at as well. Sometimes we get lucky and capture a great shot, but often it takes a little bit of thought or planning to get it just right. Remember, don’t just take pictures – make them! One thing you, […]

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Example: Why you need to take the photo when you have it – and not wait a few days…

December 13, 2010

This really can’t be said too often: If you see an interesting shot, take it, cause it’s not (usually) going to be there next time! For example, I saw a really great sunset the other day. After the sunset I saw an old mill with Christmas lighting on it. I figured it would make a […]

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