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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FREE Guide – Macro Lighting Options

Macro photography is fun. It’s like experiencing another dimension of reality. But, as we all know, it has its challenges. One of the biggest challenges is getting a proper amount of quality light. There are options, and this week Master Macro Photographer, Jason Little, is going to tell you all about them. He’ll give you…

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Interview – Jeff Clow Confessions of a Validation Junkie

How does a neophyte photographer with less than 10 years of experience gather an online crowd of almost 100,000 individuals- worldwide- that follow him religiously? And, how does that same individual, who just a few years ago had never heard of Flickr, now boast over 4.5 MILLION hits to his Flickr account? Those are some…

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FREE Guide – Managing Media Cards

You and I are photographers. I bet we fear some of the same things… Do these concerns sound familiar? 1. You’ve been shooting all day and suddenly your camera is giving you a “Card Error”. 2. After a great morning of photography, you stop for lunch. Before you leave, you change out your memory cards……

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FREE Video – Understand Camera Bracketing and Compensation

What are two of the most underused and misunderstood settings on a DSLR camera? Do you know what they are? Exposure Bracketing and Exposure Compensation Jason Row has made us a comprehensive video that explains these two functions. Here is what you will learn- The How, Why, and Where of the Histogram… The + and…

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FREE Guide – 5 Tips for Killer Vacation Photos

Many of us, (most of us), spend all year waiting for that special moment called vacation. As a photographer, vacation is a time where we can really concentrate on our art rather than worrying about washing the car or going to the grocery store. In this week’s Quick Guide – Kent DuFault – gives you…

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FREE Video – Fixing a Photograph – Woman on Bridge

Today, we are publishing his second video. And we are definitely going to green-light more videos for the future. In fact, if you have any particular editing issues that you would like to see discussed on a video- please send me an email. In this video, Kent covers many of the same tools that he…

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FREE Guide – Event Photography

Event photography can mean many things from a huge convention to a small family gathering- and everything in between. At some point, you WILL shoot an event. It’s inevitable if you’re into photography. Jason’s guide covers key factors that will help you- no matter what the event is that you might photograph. Here are some…

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