Fine Art Flowers – Free Quick Guide

Many times I spend hours contemplating what to write in blog posts. Today, this is an easy one. I’m simply going to ask you a question: How would you like to learn this amazing style of flower photography for free? Imagine photos just like these hanging on your wall. Don’t hesitate! Grab your guide now!…

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Aperture Priority versus Shutter Priority

You’ve contemplated this question. Haven’t you? When should you choose aperture priority versus shutter priority? And, which camera manufacturer doesn’t call it aperture priority or shutter priority? They call it something completely different! Get your answer in this week’s guide. Photo Credit: Robin Nichols

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The Art of Bending Light – Free Quick Guide

When you hear ‘photography special effects’… Probably your first thoughts include ‘difficult’, tons of post-processing, or expensive. Our Quick Guide this week teaches you a special effect that requires nothing more than what you probably already have lying around your house. In addition, it looks super cool! It’s an attention grabber. Plus, it relies entirely…

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Mastering the Shadows – Free Quick Guide

We often discuss the light in Photography. However, just as important are the shadows! When you have light, you have shadows. It’s important to understand the relationship between the two. Even more importantly… How do you easily and quickly work it to your advantage? Karthika Gupta wrote us a very interesting guide this week, where…

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Bird Photography: Keeping It Stable – Free Quick Guide

After a personal hiatus, our bird photography expert Tobie Schalkwyk is back! And our series on bird photography will be starting back up again – THIS WEEK! Reading Tobie’s free guide, I learned something that I did not know. Check this out… When using the long lenses that are typical of bird photography, moving the…

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Embracing the Blur – Free Quick Guide

Sometimes, I sit and contemplate what I should write to in a blog post to you. But today, I’m going to do something different. Our free Quick guide this week is titled “Embracing the Blur”. I think the best way to tell you about it is to present an excerpt from the guide itself. Author…

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Famous Photographer Quotes – Free Quick Guide

What better way to learn something about photography than to hear words of wisdom from a master photographer. Many of us are new to photography, and some of these names may not ring a bell to you. But rest assured, these are some of the REAL masters of the medium. They were the pioneers that…

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Six Tips for Working with Backlight – Free Quick Guide

If you didn’t know this… write this down! Backlighting is one the most powerful and readily available photographic tools that can super-size the dramatic effect of your images. You can use backlighting for virtually any genre of photography: landscapes, people, food, macro, and much more. Why doesn’t everyone use backlighting all of the time? It…

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How to Travel Light with Photo Gear – Free Quick Guide

Hello & good day! Do you have some travel plans? When photographers travel, we love shooting pictures. However, there is a dilemma we all have faced… Hauling all of that gear around can be tedious and often unproductive. Travel photographer Karthika Gupta has written us a free quick guide on how to think through your…

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Stages of a Food Photography Shoot – Free Quick Guide

Food photography used to be a highly specialized genre. However, with the advent of affordable high-quality cameras and easy to access to high-level photo editing software, it has become the realm of virtually all photographers. Who among us has never taken a picture of some food? I would be willing to bet that almost no…

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