How to Make Sense of Photography Hardware Terminology
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There are many different pieces of hardware that help to hold camera equipment together and attach things to stands. Here is an overview of some of the photograph hardware you need to understand. It’s not glamorous but having the right parts will help you get things done. Tripod connection Ever since the early days of […]

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Overview of Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 for Windows by ACDSee
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ACDSee has released Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 for Windows and is the new update for their photo editing software. They have given it a new name, introduced new features, and made improvements to others. With so many people looking for other software packages that you don’t have to pay a monthly subscription for, this makes […]

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How to Make Your Own DIY Light Box with Tape, Paper and a Window
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Photographers are pretty savvy when it comes to saving money. This DIY  light box is a surprisingly simple method for photographing small, translucent objects like flower petals. Remember holding sheets of paper against a window to trace out a design? This process is similar in technique. The sheet of baking paper will act as a diffuser, […]

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How to Understand the Difference Between TTL Versus Manual Flash Modes
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It is no secret that the popup flash which comes built-in to your digital camera simply isn’t enough in most situations. For a variety of reasons, shooting using just the popup flash is not a feasible option. That is why you will find photographers everywhere you look, going for an external flash and using it […]

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The 10 Most Important Marketing Strategies to Grow Your Photography Business
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No photographer wants to get into the photography business with the aim of becoming a marketing expert. But the reality is that if you don’t focus on the marketing and business end of photography, your business will not be able to survive long enough to do the fun stuff. It stinks, but this is the […]

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Troubleshooting 4 Tricky Photography Situations – What Would You Do?
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Recently on a road trip to Newfoundland, and a visit to Sable Island in Novia Scotia, I ran into a handful of tricky photography situations. Like you, I’m typically pretty well prepared. I know my gear and I have a good idea of how I want my final images to look. In some of these […]

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10 Quick Tips for Travel Photography
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Here is a really quick video for you from the gang over at COOPH (Cooperative of Photography) with 10 tips for travel photography. Enjoy, and check out the links to stuff mentioned in the video below it. Links to things mentioned in the video For more a more detailed tutorial on how to remove tourists […]

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10 Things You Can Learn from the Pros to Help You Take Better Photos
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As a photographer, there are so many things that you learn and do on a regular basis. Creating habits in your craft is a good approach to making it become second nature. Here are a few things that most professionals do that you can incorporate into your workflow to help you take better photos. 1. […]

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How to Get Great Photos with an Old Camera
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In this article, I will give some tips for you on how to get great photos from your old camera or an outdated model you’re still using. The rapidly advancing technology issue Camera technology has advanced so rapidly in recent years. Which makes it easy to think that the brand-new DSLR you got last year […]

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