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The first photo shared from a phone just turned 20

Sharing photos from a phone is easy as breathing these days, and we have Philippe Khan to thank for paving the way. In June 1997, he achieved a technological first that would be repeated countless times in the following decades: he shared a digital photo instantly. It all came together just under the wire in […]

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How to Photograph 3 Headshot Looks with Just 1 Background

Perhaps you’re on a budget, or maybe you just hate switching out backgrounds. Either way, this tutorial from portrait and lifestyle photographer Jeff Carpenter has some great tips for getting different color backgrounds with a minimum of gear and fuss: Having the versatility to get a number of different looks with just one studio setup […]

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Adding Color to Your Black and White Photos Just Got Easier

We all know someone that has an older photo taken in black and white and many of us have seen those request to transform those photos into color. Converting old black and white photos to color may have just gotten easier with a new app. [ Read More ] Alex Ventura Click Here to Check […]

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4 Tips to Leverage Natural Light Using Just your Camera and One Lens

In photography light is everything. Without light, whether that be artificial or natural, there is no photography. The problem is that sometimes there is just too much or too little, and in both cases, artificial light may need to be added. But what if you don’t have any artificial light available to you? And what […]

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There’s More to Landscape Photography Than Just Taking Pictures

Landscape photographer Thomas Heaton has some guidance on the inspirations that go hand-in-hand with his line of work. For anyone struggling to find or rekindle passion for creating landscape masterpieces, he offers strong words on failure and determination for every photographer. Watch his video below to hear what he has to say about the concept of […]

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The Importance Of Knowing The ‘Why’ And Not Just The ‘What’ As a Photographer

Photographers can often be lumped into two distinct camps. The first is the “what” group which is represented by people who study their craft and follow tutorials as if they are a scripted set of instructions never caring about anything other than if the technique works or not. The second group is the “why” group […]

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