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Learning Digital Photography May Have More Benefits Than You Think

Learning Digital Photography May Have More Benefits Than You Think

Many people struggle with the different elements of learning photography. Mastering the technical aspects of your camera, on top of applying all of the creative and technical concepts, can make it a daunting pursuit for many. Now, with digital photography the norm for most photographers, there is also the added element of learning post-processing if […]

How to Take Better Action Photos of Dogs

How to Take Better Action Photos of Dogs

If you enjoy photographing your pets, and dogs, in particular, this article will help you take better action photos of dogs. Learn what camera equipment to use, the best settings, and general tips for success. The Camera Body If you want to take better action photos of dogs, I recommend a camera body with a […]

Weekly Photography Challenge – Square

Weekly Photography Challenge – Square

This week for the photography challenge let’s keep it simple and look for shapes. One in particular – the square. Weekly Photography Challenge – Square Look for square subjects. You can even crop your image into a square and make a composition that is suitable for that format. Shooting for a square is a bit […]

How to Break the Rules with a Central Composition

How to Break the Rules with a Central Composition

When you started your journey to become a photographer, it’s likely you quickly encountered the famous Rule of Thirds. This rule is a fantastic guide for how to achieve a balanced and visually-pleasing composition, which is why most photographers use it – from newspaper editorial images to action shots to portraits. It’s also a very […]

How to be Better Prepared for Your Next Photo Shoot

How to be Better Prepared for Your Next Photo Shoot

Greater success with your event, street, travel or any other genre of photography can depend a lot on how prepared you are before you leave the house and how observant you are at the location you are making pictures. Here are some tips to help you be better prepared for your next photo shoot. A […]

Review: Nikon D7500 with 18-140mm Kit Lens

Review: Nikon D7500 with 18-140mm Kit Lens

The 7000 series of cameras from Nikon have been very popular since they were first introduced in 2010. It is a mid-range camera in their lineup but sits at the top end of the amateur level cameras. As with many of these cameras the new one in this series, the Nikon D7500 can also be […]

How to Plan a Street Photography Shoot When Traveling

How to Plan a Street Photography Shoot When Traveling

Street photography is normally a very open and free-form photography genre, but sometimes because we are traveling it’s better to plan a shoot rather than relying on luck. Fortune, they say, favors the prepared, and when all you have is a few hours in a new land, better get ready to make the most of […]

Tips for Why and How to do Wildlife Photography at Eye-Level

Tips for Why and How to do Wildlife Photography at Eye-Level

Wildlife photography is all about creating a connection with the subject and with your audience. One of the key components of your wildlife images is how well they capture the audience’s attention. One of the most effective ways to do that is to try and get down and shoot at eye-level with the subject. Please […]

How to do Clamshell Lighting: A Reliable Two Light Setup

How to do Clamshell Lighting: A Reliable Two Light Setup

When it comes to lighting, there is an infinite choice on how you can light your portrait subjects. That’s great and it’s addicting, but when you are starting out it can also be overwhelming. To counter the inevitable information overload that you will get researching lighting, it is a good idea to know a few […]

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