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How to Remove People from Your Photos Using Photoshop
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The worst part about taking photos of monuments and city streets is that you always get cars and people blocking the architecture behind them. It can be very distractive, and they take away from the real subject. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn a technique that will allow you to quickly remove people and […]

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18 Friendly Photos of Buddies Just Hanging Out
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What better thing to do that to just hang out with your buddy this summer. Better yet get a photo together! Here are 18 photos that show what it is all about to be friends. By Lenneke Veerbeek By Stew Stryker By PicselPerfect By Philip Brookes By Trent McBride By Sam Cox By Leo Hidalgo […]

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Cull Your Photos Carefully – 5 Steps to Follow Before You Hit Delete
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When to keep and when to hit delete on an image can be a tough decision to make sometimes. In this article I’ll give you five things you consider before you hit delete to help you with the process of how to cull your photos. The emotional attachment lessens with time I was shooting high […]

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6 Tips for Getting Sharper Wildlife Photos With a Super Telephoto Lens
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In recent years, super telephoto lenses by third-party manufacturers such as Sigma and Tamron have been made available on the market for really reasonable prices. Earlier on, photographers had no choice but to spend a huge amount in order to buy a super telephoto lens, but now these third-party lenses make it more affordable. One […]

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20 Tips for Getting People to Smile in Photos
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One of the biggest challenges every photographer faces it getting people to smile naturally for a photo. Sure, you can ask someone to say “cheese!” and he or she will likely comply. But you’ll also probably end up with a cheesy smile that doesn’t look natural or attractive. After all, there’s a HUGE difference between a […]

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Checklist – 7 Prompts to Help you Pause and Take Better Photos
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Photography is one of those professions or hobbies that you simply need to practice in order to improve. Once you have learned the basics and the theory, it is as much about trial and error as anything that you can read in books. With that practice comes experience which, over time, becomes almost like your […]

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How to Create Artistic Photos with a Magnifying Glass
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A magnifying glass is a handy little tool, popular with intrepid detectives and bug collectors. As the name suggests, the convex lens produces a magnified image of an object, but it can also be used to make some unusual and eye-catching imagery. Pairing a photographic lens with a magnifying glass will probably not create a flawless alternative to […]

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21 Images That Sing – Photos of all Things Musical
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Music fills the soul – it also makes for a great subject for photographers. Singers, concerts, musicians, bands, instruments, and more. See if you can hear the music in thees images! By John Finn By Ronald Rugenbrink By Brian Tomlinson By Mike Morbeck By Bill Couch By David By dion gillard By Eleonora Albasi By […]

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How to Create a Solid Backup Strategy for Your Photos
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Most people take reasonable precautions when engaging in activities that are potentially unsafe or harmful, like wearing seat belts in a car or even washing your hands before eating. The benefits of these basic procedures are easy to understand which is one reason these practices are so widely adopted. But things look quite different where our […]

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