FREE Guide – Long Exposure Photography

There are many ways to experiment with photography. You should seriously consider what I’m about to tell you. Using a long exposure is one of the simplest, easiest, and least expensive techniques that you can employ- that can provide awesome dynamic results in your photography. Do you have a camera that has a manual-shooting mode?…

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FREE Video – Fixing a Photograph – Baby Ducks

Don’t you sometimes find yourself looking at photographs on the Internet, and saying to yourself, “How did they get that shot? How did everything just line up so perfectly for them?” Truthfully, becoming a great photographer does require diligence and training behind the camera. But… an expert in post-production can take an average, or below…

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FREE Video – The Correct Way to Hold Your Camera

When you bought your DSLR camera, did anyone show you how to properly hold the camera? I’m guessing probably not. Did you know that there IS a CORRECT way to hold a DSLR camera? Many new photographers don’t! And, did you know that if you aren’t holding your DSLR camera correctly- your chances of getting…

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FREE Guide – 5 Awesome Ways to Add Emotion to Your Photographs

Humans LOVE to experience emotion. Nothing bores us faster than a lack of emotional stimulus. That’s why it’s important to create an emotional response in your photographs. If you don’t infuse some emotional context to your images- people will simply glance at your photos and move on. An emotional reaction is the glue that keeps…

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4 Tips to a Great Portrait of Your Dad

A Super Quick Guide By Kent DuFault Our parents are precious to us. I think it’s important that we preserve our memories of them by creating portraits of moms and dads over time. Father’s Day, and Mother’s Day, is a perfect moment to capture a unique image of our parents every year. Today, we’re going…

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FREE Video – Understand Camera Metering Modes

Learning photography can a tricky hobby. On the one hand, it’s exciting because there are so many facets to creating and editing our digital pictures. On the other hand, it can be frustrating because some aspects of the equipment and process are difficult to understand. One of the least understood components on a digital camera…

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FREE Guide – How to Shoot Beach Portraits

For many of us around the world, we are moving into the summer months, and that likely means trips to the beach. We’ve all seen the beach portrait of a family, dressed in white, holding hands, and walking serenely at the waters edge at sunset. It looks like a pretty easy photograph to create. However,…

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FREE Guide – How to Use Your Flash when Shooting Macro

If you like creating macro photographs, I know you will identify with this statement… Most of the time, Mother Nature doesn’t provide you with the best light when you find the best macro shot! This issue is “magnified” (pun intended) by the annoying little fact that light loss is a major issue when using a…

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My Dear Mom – Mother’s Day Special

A Super Quick Guide By Kent DuFault Using our cameras to record family, our history, our life is one of the greatest possibilities for our hobby. Yet, it seems to be somewhat of a dying art. Photo by: sakura This family snapshot, from 1970, of a young mother and her daughter is reminiscent of what cameras…

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FREE Guide – Photography Composition

Our cameras have become so modernized, that they can literally do almost everything for us. Our cameras can determine the white balance. They can set our exposure. They can even focus our lenses! But, what is the one thing that our cameras cannot do for us? They can’t compose our pictures! Composition is an aspect…

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