Interview – Vasco Trancoso Street Photography: Making the Invisible Visible

Do you love magnificent Street Photography? I’ll go even further. Do you love photography that is spellbinding? Do you enjoy images that literally grab ahold of you and force you to stare at them as you study the details? Well, then you are in for a real treat! Today, we are publishing an interview with…

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FREE Video – Readying Images for Web & Print in Lightroom

Imagine this, (and I know it’s not far from the truth- because I’ve been there). You’ve been studying how to take great photographs. You’ve been studying how to do the critical post-edits that will turn your picture into a masterpiece. Well… now what? What’s next? You have to output your photograph to some end product…

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Simple Tips for Quick and Easy Family Portraits These Holidays

A Super Quick Guide By Kent DuFault Photo by: Sombilon Photography This week our Photzy friends in the United States will be celebrating Thanksgiving. Most everyone in the world will be celebrating some type of holiday within the next month or so. Holidays often mean family gatherings, and that is the perfect time to capture some…

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FREE Video – Camera Aperture and Shutter Speed

Jason Row has put together a video where he discusses camera aperture and shutter speed. You know Jason’s style. He makes camera jargon simple and easy to understand. Here are some of the topics discussed… Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. You can follow him on his Facebook page.…

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Free Guide – Shooting Cityscapes

Isn’t true that have cities have personality? Sydney, is not Tokyo, and Tokyo isn’t London, and none of those are like Chicago! Every city presents photographers a photo opportunity that they can’t get anywhere else. If you haven’t explored the art of the, “Cityscape”, you’re really missing out on an exciting opportunity for your photography.…

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Free Guide – 5 Tips for Photographing Pets in Costumes

This weekend is Halloween. But, for many of us, we don’t need an excuse to play dress up. It’s fun, and it provides a great prop for our photography! We asked Andrew Darlow to write us a Quick Guide on the subject of dressing up our pets. Andrew is an expert on the subject of…

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FREE Video – Camera ISO

Most photographers have a pretty good understanding of these two camera settings: aperture and shutter speed. When it comes to ISO… not so much. ISO is one of the most misunderstood settings of the exposure triangle. And that’s not great because it has a significant impact on how your images will turn out! Jason Row…

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Free Guide – The Art of Seeing

Can you tell me what makes you a unique photographer in a world filled with photographers? That’s a question that Kent DuFault discusses in this week’s Quick Guide – “The Art of Seeing”. The Photograph at the top changed Kent’s life dramatically. It’s also a clear representation of his way of “seeing”. Now- that may…

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FREE Guide – Photographing Seascapes

The seashore. The coastline. The oceanfront. No matter what term one prefers to use, the seas have long been a favorite subject for photographers. The sea, much like the cosmos, represents a mystery as most of us have little firsthand insight as to what goes on beneath the surface. The sea is also a locale…

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FREE Video – Camera White Balance

White Balance – What is it exactly? Many of us don’t really know. It’s easy to just leave our cameras set to the “Auto White Balance” setting and let it go at that. However, the truth is, if we want to grow as photographers, we must understand this very important function. The white balance setting…

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