FREE Guide – The Exposure Triangle

Balance is an interesting word. And, it’s a word that is often used in photography. What comes to your mind when you think of balance? I often think of a pyramid, or a triangle, with all sides being equal, and balanced to its counterparts. There is a very famous illustrative point in photography called, “The…

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FREE Guide – 5 Elements for Standout Images

We have a wonderful guide for you this week by photographer, Jason D. Little. Jason offers up some thoughts on five elements that can help you create standout images. Have you wondered why some photographs become so popular? It’s usually because they have an interesting combination of the five elements discussed in Jason’s guide. It’s…

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Free video – How to Photograph a Monument

Photographer and educator, Brent Mail from BrentMailPhotography.com has produced a video that walks you through the process of getting a great shot at a monument location. Here are some of the topics that Brent touches upon-

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FREE Guide – To Kit or Not to Kit

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been tempted to purchase one of those “camera kit” deals? You know what I’m talking about; a mega-retailer offers a camera, extra lens, and multiple accessories for a super low price. Did you wonder if in reality, it really was a good deal? Well, you’re not alone. Many people…

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FREE Video – Difference Between DSLR & Mirrorless

Mirrorless camera technology dates back to 2004, but it really took off in 2010 when a number of manufacturers began producing mirrorless models; (even Canon and Nikon got on board in 2012). Are you wondering what the entire hubbub is all about? Are you considering a new camera in 2015? Then you will definitely want…

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Livening up a Dull Image in Lightroom

In this video tutorial Jason Row explains how to use Adobe Lightroom to add life to a dull image. Also included are two presets (plus how to make them) for a Graduated Sky and Corrected Curves. Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. You can follow him on his Facebook…

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FREE Short Guide to Travel Photography

Compared to even a few years ago, the world is a much smaller place. Budget airlines, cheap deals and the Internet have opened up travel like never before. Many of us of course take our cameras with us on our travels. Going to new places can open your eyes to new photographic possibilities as well…

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Short Guide to Macro Photography

Macro photography is often casually referred to as “close-up” photography. While it’s probably a safe bet that no one is going to be shunned by their fellow photographers for tossing around such a loose definition, the classical definition of macro photography is a photograph in which the subject is magnified to life-size or greater (denoted…

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The Characteristics of Light You Should Understand as a Photographer

Photographers never tire of the discussion about light. It is, after all, a basic building block of our art. What many new photographers don’t realize is that light changes. In fact, it changes constantly. And as light changes, the object(s) it illuminates also change. This is why we can stand in the exact same spot,…

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7 Easy Tactics for Coastal Landscape Photography

Coastal landscapes can be an incredibly satisfying subject for landscape photographers and can result in some stunning images. Besides abiding by the general guidelines for landscape photography, this ebook covers a few other things you might like to think about next time you’re down by the coast with your camera. Here are some of the…

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