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How to do High-Speed Photography – the Fundamentals
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What is high-speed photography? High-speed photography is capturing the moments that happen in a fraction of time which you can’t see with the naked eye, like a bursting balloon or a splash of water. This photography is different from other kinds because it requires almost 1/20,000th of a second exposure time to freeze these moments. […]

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5 Key Elements that Directly Impact the Quality of Your Photography
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We all want to make better photos. But how do we improve? What are we striving for? Here are five elements to consider, whatever our chosen subject may be, that directly impact the quality of your photography. Doi Suthep Temple Monks at Evening Prayers, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Great lighting + careful exposure. Engaging composition. Careful […]

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Video: 10 Hot Tips for Better Landscape Photography
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Do you enjoy landscape photography and want to take your work to the next level? Here are 10 hot tips to help you do that. 10 Landscape Photography Tips Recap of the tips Planning is key – How to Find the Best Locations for Landscape Photography Location – arrive early to be prepared. Composition – try […]

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How to do a Themed Photo Walk to Break out of a Photography Rut
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In simple terms, the more photographs you take, the more experience you gain. As they say, “the more the clicks, the better the pics”. It seems like an inevitable formula, right? But like many things, it’s easier said than done. Maintaining a constant flow of photographic material, let alone inspiration is hard work. The dreaded […]

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How to Plan a Street Photography Shoot When Traveling
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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 […]

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

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Tips for Minimalist Photography in an Urban Environment
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Minimalism gained traction in America in the 1960s with links to the Japanese traditional culture of Zen Philosophy. As a reaction against the whims of abstract expressionism, artists like Sol LeWitt, Frank Stella, and Mark Rothko experimented with stripped back processes and imagery, exposing the bare bones of visual art. The history of the minimalist […]

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What are Your Predictions for the Future of Photography?
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Photography is an ever changing art form and technology. But what is in store for us in terms of the future of photography? 10 Predictions In this video from the guys over at COOPH they offer up 10 predictions for the future of photography. See what you think. What are your predictions? Do you agree […]

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How to do Photography of a Funeral Tastefully and with Respect
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For most of us, most of the time, photography is a fun and joyful activity, where we get to do something we enjoy and share it with others. Indeed, all the time and all over the world, professional photographers are asked to immortalize the happiest times of people’s lives: beginnings of families and lives, important […]

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