Monthly Archives: November 2015

Night or Low Light Photography Tips ~ Peter Phun

Twilight is a magical time. Just because the sun is down doesn’t mean you should put away your camera. When the sun sets, a different looking world exists for photographers. Colors don’t appear the way they do in daylight. Instead, … Continue reading

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POPULAR TOOLS IN PHOTOSHOP: CLONE STAMP TOOL – Breathing Color Blog

The Clone Stamp Tool is one of Photoshop’s original tools; the one that initially caught my eye in the late 80’s and launched me into the exciting new world of digital imaging. The ability to copy a selected part of … Continue reading

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Birding with a Purpose…~ Bruce Whittington

Recently I discovered a transparency of a Ruffed Grouse that I took in 1969. I guess that means I’ve been photographing birds since then, but, truth be told, there were also long periods devoted to cars, girls, coffee houses, raising … Continue reading

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10 Common Composition Mistakes in Photography ~ Jose Aires

1. Subject is in the Centre of the Frame Sometimes a central subject works, but normally it’s better to shoot it positioned to one side, as explained in the rule of thirds. Most cameras are capable of showing a grid … Continue reading

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Neal Slavin ~ Website

Neal Slavin is a world-class photographer and film director. His well- known photographic books include PORTUGAL with an Afterword by Mary McCarthy (Lustrum Press/NY), WHEN TWO OR MORE ARE GATHERED TOGETHER (Farrar, Straus & Giroux/NY) and BRITONS (Andre Deutsch/London & … Continue reading

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9 photography rules that should exist but don’t ~ Marcus Hawkins

As Ansel Adams once said, “There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs”. That hasn’t stopped the world of photography developing its own rules for successful photos over the years. Great Stuff Here…

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26 Cool Images Utilizing the Color Blue ~ Darlene Hildebrandt

Last couple of weeks we’ve been looking at images of red and yellow, warm colors. So let’s switch it up and go with a cool color – blue! View for Ideas…

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Capturing the Shopping Experience with Storytelling Images ~ Kav Dadfar

One of the most powerful benefits of photography is being able to capture fleeting moments that happen so quickly, that they are missed by the naked eye, or are so obvious that most people just miss them by walking past. … Continue reading

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One Compositional Technique to Transform Your Landscape Photos ~ Jim Hamel

Turning the corner from taking snapshots into taking actual compositions is a hard thing to do. It doesn’t come naturally, and it takes experience. Another reason it is difficult to learn composition is that there is no one, hard and … Continue reading

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Crop Factor Explained in Plain English (Video Tutorial) ~ Rajib Mukherjee

Crop factor is a term that is thrown around in photography quite a lot. You’re bound to hear it quite often when you ask for advice on composition, compatible lenses for your camera, field of view, and so on and … Continue reading

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