Tag: digital photography

Amazing Trick Photography Tutorials Offer Ending Soon

The recent second edition includes 100 new e-book pages (300 pages total) and 9 full hours of video tutorials. The eBook is in PDF format so it is perfect for tablet devices or can be read on any computer. It is one of the most popular tutorial eBooks available for photographers. We were able to negotiate a […]

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Walking Among the Bristlecone Pines

At this time when many of us are excited by the new camera announcements, I thought it will be intriguing to do a write up describing my first time shooting 35 mm black and white film. Last summer, I found some time to swing by the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in White Mountains near Bishop, […]

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DSLR Camera Digital Photography Video Studio Photo Lighting Background Stand Kit

What is included? 2 x Linco#3402-2 Pheno 24″ Silver Square Softbox Reflector Umbrella 2 x Linco#5110 PRO Fluorescent Single Light Holder 2 x Linco#8806 Zenith 77″ Light Weight Light Stand 2 x Linco#PP171054 Photography Studio Daylight Bulb 1 x Linco#4152 7’x10′ Feet Background Support System 1 x Linco#WH0510T Linco 5’x10′ White Backdrop Screen 1 x […]

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Photography Complete Guide To Taking Stunning, Beautiful Pictures

Photography: Complete Guide To Taking Stunning, Beautiful Pictures

Photography: Complete Guide To Taking Stunning, Beautiful Pictures   Do You Want to Learn How to Take Beautiful Pictures Do you struggle with taking beautiful pictures? Do you want to know the secrets that professional photographers use to get phenomenal pictures? Inside we give the proven techniques that some of the best photographers in the […]

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Adding Dew Drops to Enhance Macro Nature Photography

Adding Dew Drops to Enhance Macro Nature Photography Here is a secret weapon to add to your camera bag. It’s another simple tip that can take your nature photos to a whole new level! Photo captured by Agus Supriyanto Flower photography is what got a lot of us interested in photography in the first place. […]

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Simplicity in Photography

Simplicity in Photography It’s well known that we humans can only take in a limited amount of information at a time, but when we take photos we often find ourselves trying to cram in as much as possible. This leaves us with photos with no single point of focus, that lack impact. “Natural Bridges State […]

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5 Photography Tips for Viewers to Connect With Your Photos

5 Photography Tips for Viewers to Connect With Your Photos One of the best photography tips I can share is to think less about the technical aspects and more about the impact your photo has on the people who view it. While it’s important to understand the elements of exposure, those techniques won’t guarantee an […]

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