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Using Photography Composition Templates

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Here's a snippet I ran across just recently I thought could possibly be helpful for you to read: When doing photography in general, and in my case Travel photography, the use of a photography template can be very beneficial and help improve the overall performance. By photography template I mean pre-defined, well-known and efficient photography composition templates that are recurrent and relevant in photography, and fit popu...Using Photography Composition Templates Further reading on portrait photography

How to Find Your Model’s Best Side for Portrait Photography

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Here's a snippet I noticed not too long ago I thought may be useful for you to read: Photographer Joe Edelman knows a thing or two about how to make a person look good. With a career that has spanned across four decades, he’s taken portraits that have been featured in publications such as Cosmopolitan and Maxim. He offers a few simple steps to help others determine how to best navigate their model’s facial features: According […] The post How to Find Your Model’s Best Side for Portrait Photography appeared first on PictureCorrect....How to Find Your Model’s Best Side for Portrait Photography More [...]

Five Free Ways to Make Better Videos

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Something of here I thought might prove interesting: Video is a beast of an undertaking. Every element: pacing, storytelling, lighting, etc. must be working in top form to achieve a truly successful result. Here are five quick and free ways to improve your video work. [ Read More ]...Five Free Ways to Make Better Videos More about outdoor photography

Photo Opportunities Not To Be Missed This Spring

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Here's something I came across not too long ago I thought might be interesting for you to read: There's loads to go out and shoot this coming spring and here's a round up of some spring photo opportunities for you to capture....Photo Opportunities Not To Be Missed This Spring More on portrait photography tips

50,000 Photograph Timelapse of the Western United States

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Here's an article I ran across just recently I thought might be interesting for you to read: When cinematographer Zach Rogers relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada, there’s no doubt that he anticipated bright lights and plenty of action. However, the city itself did little to capture his eye or his heart. Instead, he was captivated by the barren deserts that lie just outside of city limits: Comprised of nearly 7,000 individual photographs shot primarily […] The post 50,000 Photograph Timelapse of the Western United States appeared first on PictureCorrect....50,000 Photograph Timelapse of the Western United States More Resources on portrait photography

Glass Photography Tips

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Here's a post I ran across recently I thought could be helpful for you to read: John Gravett of Lakeland Photographic Holidays shares his tips on shooting glass....Glass Photography Tips More on photography tricks

Stop Chimping, A Bad Habit That Causes Photographers to Miss Great Shots

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An item of here I thought might prove interesting: The advent of digital photography had a revolutionary impact on how we take pictures in the field, but not all of the changes in our workflow are necessarily positive. In the video below, photographer David Bergman points out a surprising bad habit that can cause us to miss great shots: “Chimping,” or repeatedly loo...Stop Chimping, A Bad Habit That Causes Photographers to Miss Great Shots Further reading on photography tricks

Winter Photography Tips for Ice, Rain, and Snow

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Something of here I thought might prove interesting: In this article we’ll cover photography tips for overcoming the winter photo doldrums with water as icy streams, freezing rain, icicles and snowflakes: 1. Icy Streams A quietly running stream won’t make “tenacious grace” but after it thinly freezes over, it may sculpt the underside of the ice with the gently running water a...Winter Photography Tips for Ice, Rain, and Snow More about wedding photography tips

4 Ways to Get a Blowing Hair Effect in Your Portrait Photography

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Here's an article I came across just recently I thought could be helpful for you to read: A sense of movement can make for dynamism and excitement in a still photograph. Unfortunately for many photographers working in small studio setups, movement often isn’t conducive to the stationary lighting and limited space available. One way of creating the feeling of movement in an image while keeping a model perfectly in place is through introducing […] The post 4 Ways to Get a Blowing Hair Effect in Your Portrait Photography appeared first on...4 Ways to Get a Blowing Hair Effect in Your Portrait [...]

Improve Your Photo Editing in 2017: Topaz New Year Sale

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Something of here I thought might prove interesting: Topaz plugs into your image editing software and gives you photo editing superpowers for more professional and efficient results. Anyone who wants to take advantage of this deal to start the new year can use the code thanks35 at checkout for 35% off ANYTHING in their cart which ends soon. This applies to every item storewide, […] The post Improve Your Photo Editing in 2017: Topaz New Year Sale appeared first on...Improve Your Photo Editing in 2017: Topaz New Year Sale Further reading on photography lighting tips