Tag: Mastering

5 Tips for Mastering Shadows in Your Photography

Walking into a dimly lit room can be a photographer’s worse nightmare. Dark walls, low lighting, and weird shadows are enough to give even the calmest photographer a case of anxiety. Does this sound familiar? It did to me when I was first starting out and claimed to be a natural light photographer. Because let’s […]

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6 Tips for Mastering Your Lenses

Most photographers have a favorite lens (you can read about mine here), maybe even two or three. But do you know how to get the best out of that lens? I’ve used lots of lenses over the years. As a result, I know that it takes time to get to know a lens, and longer […]

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Dude Be Nice – Mastering the Art of Constructive Criticism

Several years ago, one of the local high schools near me put on an anti-bullying campaign called “Dude, Be Nice!” During the time that the campaign was going on, I’d often see students, parents, and teachers wearing navy blue t-shirts with the slogan in huge white lettering across the front. I loved seeing those shirts […]

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8 Tips for Mastering Your Portrait Photography

Becoming a master of portrait photography takes lots of patience and practice. It’s likely there are a few mistakes you are making with your portraits that hold them back from excellence. In this article, I will walk through eight tips to instantly boost your portrait photography game and take it to the next level. #1 […]

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Visual Flow: Mastering the Art of Composition at 55% Off

Acclaimed by critics and customers alike, Visual Flow will teach you how to see the world in ways you never before imagined. An artistic tour de force spanning several centuries and different artistic media, this 287 page in-depth eBook unlocks the composition secrets of the great masters, giving you the keys to create compelling and artistic […]

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