Tag: Photography

Landscape Photography Dos and Don’ts

If you’re just getting into landscape photography, it can be a bit of a different experience from other genres. This great video will help you get oriented and off doing it the right way. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR Video To Get […]

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How to Build a Travel Photography Portfolio

Building a photography portfolio can be a scary proposition, as it forces you to choose images that best represent you as an artist and creator, whilst also demonstrating your technical skill and storytelling ability. Developing a travel photography portfolio is no different. However, developing a portfolio is an exercise that has many benefits, both from […]

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Creative Lighting Ideas for Portrait Photography

Small working space doesn’t mean that you have to be limited creatively. As a matter of fact, a lack of space or tools means you need to be more creative. Mark Wallace demonstrates how you can use even the tightest of working spaces to produce creative portrait lighting: The aim in this shoot was to capture motion […]

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Blue Earth Alliance: Collaboration is key for photography that makes a difference

Blue Earth Alliance: Collaboration is key for photography that makes a difference Natalie Fobes on assignment in Russia for National Geographic. Fobes is an award-winning photographer who founded the nonprofit Blue Earth Alliance in order to work with photographers to share their stories. “You don’t have to travel overseas to make a difference with your […]

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New: Landscape Photography Recipe Cards

Struggling to consistently create stunning landscape images? Professional landscape photographer Brent Mail has just released his Landscape Photography Recipe Cards, with proven short-cut secrets on how to capture stunning landscape images in tough situations. We were able to negotiate a 64% discount for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. Deal found here: The Landscape Photography Recipe Cards […]

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Track and Field Sports Photography Tips

Many photographers spend ages looking for inspiration for a subject to photograph. However with sports photography this changes to being very technically adept and trying to capture the decisive moment that shows the effort and emotion that goes into the physical struggle to be first past the line and the beating or peers. The 12 […]

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How to Create a Potluck Photography Party

It’s always great to meet up with friends, and as photographers, it’s great to meet with fellow photographers. A lot of people’s photography style is to go it alone, which can be good for many things. But, even if you like to photograph alone there are times when meeting other photographers, and bouncing ideas off […]

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