Monthly Archives: June 2015

5 Tips to Take Less Photos of Everything and Take More Photos That Mean Something ~ Branson Quenser

How many photos do you have from a recent holiday, that you just haven’t had time to organize? Or, have you come back from a dream vacation and your photos just don’t seem to match up with your memories? You … Continue reading

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Simple Steps for Focus Stacking in Photoshop (Video Tutorial) ~ Rajib Mukherjee

Focus stacking is an effective way to achieve deep depth of field; it’s a technique that’s especially used in macro photography. The idea is to make several images of the same scene—each one slightly off in terms of focusing distance—and … Continue reading

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44 Tips to Improve Your Photography ~ Todd Vorenkamp

1. Shoot every day  Like any skill, the more you do it, the better you can get. The best camera you have is the one in your hand, so if you aren’t out with your full DSLR kit, don’t be … Continue reading

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The Cooperative of Photography ~ A Resource Site

COOPH is a community-focused online mag about photography, and celebrates individualism, expression and sincerity. In this modern era of photographic opportunity, COOPH is about recognizing and promoting outstanding visions from within the community and endeavor to support photographers in breaking … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Make Your Street Photography More Interesting ~ Jason D. Little

Countless photographers and photography critics have engaged in lively debates about the precise definition of street photography. There are those who think of street photography as occurring primarily in an urban setting; others feel that street photography must include human … Continue reading

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Black and White Portrait Photography Tips~ Paul Summers

There are no hiding places in a black and white portrait. With no distraction from color, the physical characteristics of the subject are revealed. Monochrome exposes intimate details such as bone structure, texture, and expression to a much greater level … Continue reading

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9 Composition Techniques to Use to Improve Your Photography ~ Digital Photography School

There’s a lot to learn when you’re starting out in photography and one of the key areas to experiment with is that of composition techniques. While some call these ‘rules’ for many they are simply things to get your head … Continue reading

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