18 Tranquil Images of Blue to Cool Your Thoughts
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Different colors evoke different emotions and have a different feeling to them. Warm colors like red, orange and yellow feel alive and vibrant. Cool colors like purple, green and blue feel calming and relaxing. Here is an image collection of various different photographers use of the color blue. View each and see how they make […]

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6 Things About a Photography Career that You Only Learn Through Experience
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For some people, a career in photography is their dream job. After all who doesn’t want the opportunity to take photos in a sector that they enjoy. For most photographers, their career is a learning experience that never stops. Whether that is photographically, personally, or even on the business side of things, they constantly have […]

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Add Motion to Your Fall Photography to Help it Stand Out
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This tutorial brought to you by The New York Institute of Photography. NYIP is the largest and longest running online photography school in the world. Offering ten online photography classes to choose from, the school makes learning photography fun and accessible to aspiring artists on a global scale. Whether you are interested in a new […]

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What is a Stop? The Common Currency of Exposure Explained
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What are stops? Are they the same as f-stops? How are they measured? Are they the same for different exposure controls? Are they still useful now? These are common questions for those just starting out in photography. They are good questions, and the exposure concepts surrounding them can be confusing. You have probably been told […]

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Avoid These 5 Common Mistakes in Black and White Photography
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Black and white photography has been around for nearly 180 years, ever since Louis Daguerre introduced the daguerreotype process to the world. It is still hugely popular despite the rise and ease of color photography. And yet, whenever I look at other people’s black and white photos, I see the same mistakes over and over. […]

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How to Connect With Your Photography Followers Through Instagram Stories
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Recently Instagram released on of their biggest updates this year, Instagram Stories. It was met with both love and hate and I’ve found it interesting to see how it has been used since its release. Regardless of what you feel about this “Snapchat-copy”, it could be a great tool to connect with your Instagram audience. […]

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Tips for Understanding the Lightroom Adjustments Panel
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Lightroom can be an intimidating program. Even longtime users sometimes find themselves confused at all the options or unsure of exactly what to do to achieve a specific type of look for their pictures. Fortunately much of this can be mitigated by learning new things slowly and carefully, and taking the time to master just one […]

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Step by Step How to Clean Camera Gear so it Stays in Good Shape
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You may be very aware that photography equipment is not cheap. If you’re not, you’re in for a rude awakening! Camera bodies can cost thousands of dollars and it’s not uncommon for a lens to be even more expensive than a body! Sometimes it’s very tempting to baby your equipment; treat it with extra caution […]

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Tips for Fast and Effective Studio Product Photography
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This is the second part of a series that will explore a studio setup aimed at product photography. You can see the first here: Equipment Tips for Quick and Efficient Studio Product Photography. Although this is built primarily for product photography you can use it for a few other genres. In this second part I […]

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