Category: Photography Tips

Photography Tips

How to Master Natural Light Portraiture

I love working with natural light, I always have. Even more so now that our digital cameras have sensors so incredibly capable of making images in extremely low light. Making portraits using natural light only is a good skill to learn so you can make photographs anywhere. Here are some tips to help you mast […]

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How to Use Local Adjustment Scrubby Sliders in Lightroom

The programmers at Adobe have done an excellent job at making Lightroom accessible and easy to use. But don’t be fooled by the software’s straightforward appearance—there are a few tricks and shortcuts that most users overlook entirely. Anthony Morganti reveals a particularly useful hidden tool that is sure to impact the way Lightroom devotees go about making […]

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Using Your Own Darkness to Influence Your Conceptual Photography

Generations of musicians have expressed their sorrow and grief through their chosen medium, yet seeking inspiration in these dark places is somewhat niche in amateur photography. I caught up with emerging British talent Michelle Mackie to understand how she expresses these sullen tones in her conceptual photography. [ Read More ] Mike Briggs Click Here […]

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How to Choose Your First Camera Drone and Skyrocket Your Photography

Maybe you are in love with photography and in the process of turning it into a passion. You might be a professional photographer who’s always searching to improve, or you might just like capturing those beautiful trips like no other. If you’re in any of these categories, you might want to consider buying yourself a […]

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How to Use Your Camera’s Depth of Field Preview Button

Ever wondered what that tiny, mysterious button located toward the bottom of your camera’s body is for? ZY Productions provides an answer to the age old mystery: Believe it or not, that tiny little button allows you to preview an image’s depth of field in-camera. Some users press out of curiosity and aren’t able to observe […]

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Instagram Freebooting Is Out of Control and the Company Is Letting It Happen

As Instagram evolves, copyright violations don’t seem to be an issue for this social media giant. More images mean more views which mean more ad revenue, and there is zero incentive for Instagram to take any serious action against reposters, lost as it is in this huge gray area of what constitutes a breach of […]

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10 Tips for Photographing Moms and Their Kids

Creating gorgeous photographs of moms with their kids can be a daunting task. But with a little planning, responding well to the family dynamic, and paying attention to whether or not you’re selecting flattering angles you can create lovely portraits that they’ll treasure for years. Women can be harsh critics of themselves, so it’s well […]

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