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How to Add a Sense of Scale to Your Landscape Photos
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You might find that sometimes you take pictures of grand, scenic landscapes only to have viewers not react to the picture the way you had hoped. You present them with a well composed, properly exposed photo of a dramatic scene, but the viewers quickly pass it by. Why is this happening with your landscape photos? […]

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5 Tricks to Make Your Landscape Photos Stand Out
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Are you passionate about portrait photography? Do you love sharing images of your trips and landscape photos? Or maybe you spend your free time capturing the streets of your city? Let me tell you something you might not know about yourself. Every now and then you are a landscape photographer, too. Everyone is. Let’s be […]

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How to Geotag Your Photos Using Lightroom and a Smartphone App
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As a landscape and travel photographer, it is important to be able to track where you traveled and note exactly where a specific picture was taken. Sound complicated and expensive? It’s not if you have a smartphone and a geotag app that will track your GPS location. In this article, I’ll show you how to […]

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3 Key Tips for Making More Dynamic Photos
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Do you find it difficult to make photographs which stand out and truly resonate with the people who view them? Let me share with you three key ways you can practice that will change your photographic experience and will assist you in making more dynamic photos. Two Kayan friends share a joke in Chiang Mai, […]

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How to Use Layers and Masks in Photoshop to Add Text to Your Photos
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Do you want to make a photo-card for your loved one? Or maybe a flyer for your business? Or add some personalized notes to your photos that turn your album into a scrapbook? If you ever tried to add text on your photos and ended up just covering up the image, this article is for […]

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Super Simple Introduction to Manual Mode and How it Will Transform Your Photos
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“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” Ernst Haas Do you ever ask yourself why the images you capture are not like the ones you see in your mind’s eye? Do you ever wonder why your photos don’t look […]

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8 Ideas of What To Do With Your Vacation Photos
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Going on vacation is one of the best opportunities to practice travel photography. But the problem persists that more often than not, those boatloads of vacation photos that you snapped end up going nowhere other than maybe scattered about on Facebook. Sound familiar? You’re definitely not alone! If you’re looking for ways to actually use […]

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How to Take Better Sunset Photos
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A beautiful sunset is one of the most desirable subjects for photographers to shoot and can be achieved any time of the year when the light is right. Most outdoor photographers will tell you that this is their favourite time of day to take photos when the landscape is bathed in golden light and the […]

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4 Tips For Better Black and White Photos In Lightroom
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Some photographers use Photoshop for converting photos to black and white, others use plugins. But what you might not know is that you can create beautiful black and white images with Lightroom. The benefit of keeping your workflow within Lightroom is that it saves you a lot of hard drive space (as the only way […]

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