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The Role of Hard Work in Photography

[ad_1] The Role of Hard Work in Photography Shooting mediocre photographs is as easy as can be. Modern cameras do most of the job on their own. To shoot outstanding photographs, there is much more to consider. What’s in a Good Photograph? There are thousands of different opinions on each and every photograph. If you ever had the chance to discuss a photograph with a group of experts, you will know that there is more to photography than finding a […]

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New to Landscape Photography? Here’s What I Learned

[ad_1] New to Landscape Photography? Here’s What I Learned Landscape photography can be a challenging genre to begin with, but having a general blueprint can help newcomers ease into it. Trips, travel, and early morning shoots. These are the basic things you can expect when you enter the field of landscape photography. It may seem fun on paper, but it is not without its challenges. It can also be tiring and daunting, especially for beginners, but knowing what to expect and how to […]

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The Easiest Way to Sell Photography Prints Online

[ad_1] The Easiest Way to Sell Photography Prints Online Online sales are based on trust. With that in mind, what kind of customer are you expecting to show up at your website, probably for their first time ever, likely for the first time hearing of you ever, and give up their financial information to buy a pretty picture off it and pray it actually comes? That’s a really tough sell. This is one of the reasons I use Etsy. Not […]

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How to Create a Dramatic Effect in Your Landscape Photography by Using Light Painting

[ad_1] How to Create a Dramatic Effect in Your Landscape Photography by Using Light Painting There are many creative ways to explore within each genre of photography. One that is both challenging and fun and can deliver mysterious and incredible results is light painting. Technically, photography already means “light painting” or “painting with light,” but a specific technique where you light up parts of your scene is also called light painting. In my latest video, I use this technique to lighten up and […]

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Stunning Nighttime Street Photography With 150 Megapixel Medium Format Camera

[ad_1] Stunning Nighttime Street Photography With 150 Megapixel Medium Format Camera Medium format and street photography are two terms that turn me giddy, so any combination of the two is warmly welcome. Though this is taking the medium format part a bit further than most have! If I had to pinpoint moments in my career that I have been completely in love with photography while shooting, I’ve been lucky enough that I can name a few. One which makes that […]

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Are Facebook Photography Groups Worth It When It Comes to Constructive Criticism?

[ad_1] Are Facebook Photography Groups Worth It When It Comes to Constructive Criticism? I’m sure most Facebook groups are started with the best of intentions so people with similar interests can share their passions. However, is the constructive criticism you get from Facebook groups really that helpful? Social media has brought the world closer over the last couple of decades, and in many ways, that has been a wonderful thing. In other ways, exemplified quite stunningly by the recent release […]

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Which is More Important in Photography, Lighting or Composition?

[ad_1] Which is More Important in Photography, Lighting or Composition? Lighting and composition are two of the most fundamental elements of any photography. But, which plays the biggest role? It’s first important to note that no great shot focused purely on one without the other. For a great, impactful image, you need strong composition and strong lighting. This question by Manny Ortiz is focused on the weight of each of these elements instead.  View this post on Instagram A post […]

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4 Tips for More Creative Still Life Photography

[ad_1] 4 Tips for More Creative Still Life Photography Still life photography is both enjoyable and accessible for many photographers, but it’s easy for your work to become stagnant. Here are 4 tips for more creative still life photography. Still life photography has a low barrier of entry but a high skill ceiling, meaning while it’s attractive to beginners, it can be disappointing. I fell into this particular genre of photography quite by accident but I quickly got hooked. As […]

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5 Common Mistakes To Avoid if You Want People To Pay You for Your Photography

[ad_1] 5 Common Mistakes To Avoid if You Want People To Pay You for Your Photography Many photographers dream of turning their passion into an income — or better still, their full-time profession — but it isn’t easy in such a competitive space. Here are five common mistakes you ought to avoid when looking for clients. The first month I decided to make photography a full-time pursuit was superb. I had organically picked up a couple of jobs through word […]

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13 Tips for Better Fall Landscape Photography

[ad_1] 13 Tips for Better Fall Landscape Photography Fall is undoubtedly one of the best times to be a photographer, as the leaves change and give rise to brilliant scenes full of vibrant and dramatic colors. To make sure you are able to take full advantage of the season, check out this fantastic video tutorial that details 13 helpful tips for better fall images along with a lot of great example images. Coming to you from Photo Tom, this excellent […]

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