Monthly Archives: January 2016

TIPS FOR PHOTOGRAPHING SNOW ~ Creative Raw

As a landscape photographer, if there’s one thing I look forward to the most when the season turns cold, it’s the snow. As I’m writing this from Boston where last year we received a crippling amount of the white and … Continue reading

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How to Photograph Fast-Moving Vehicles (Video Tutorial) ~ Rajib Mukherjee

When I think of fast cars and bikes, two-page glossy spreads of fast machines from various racetracks around the world immediately come to mind. Do you ever wonder how these adrenaline pumping images are shot? In this video, photographer Kevin … Continue reading

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Fill Your Frame ~ Etienne Bossot

The more I teach photography, the more I realize that this is something I need to repeat… about 10 times a day. This is actually now one of the f irst thing I talk about when talking about composition, once … Continue reading

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What is TTL flash? A jargon-free guide for photographers ~ Marcus Hawkins

Flash photography can be intimidating; just too complicated, too unpredictable and too many acronyms to get your head around. But getting to grips with it can give your photography an edge, whether you’re using a subtle blip of pop-up flash … Continue reading

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To Ask or Not to Ask in Street Photography? ~ Peter Timko

Photography sometimes confronts one with an almost Shakespearean dilemma; do I ask to take a picture of someone on the street or simply take the photo and move on? To risk rejection and the petty indignity of small-minded people or … Continue reading

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Make Your Photo Subject Really Stand Out ~ Andrew Goodall

Great photography subjects are all around us. You don’t have to go far to find interesting people, flowers, or wildlife. The real test is to use your skills to create a photo with genuine impact. How do you make your … Continue reading

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10 Tips for the Discerning iPhoneographer (Video) ~ Rajib Mukherjee

We all do it on a daily basis. We aim our iPhones at our loved ones and click. How difficult can it be to make photos of our family, especially with a tool like the smartphone? Well, as Jack Hollingsworth … Continue reading

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Are You Making These 10 Common Street Photography Mistakes? ~ James Maher

When looking at the work of street photographers, it’s often a common thought that, “I could do that if only I were there.” However, when you finally go out into the world with your camera it can be shocking to … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Doing a Successful 365 Photo Project ~ Karthika Gupta

Happy 2016, welcome to the start of a new year. This is a great time to start new projects – be it losing weight, getting fit by regularly exercising, committing to eating right, or improving and growing your photography knowledge and … Continue reading

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Links to the Best Photographs of 2015

Here are a series of links to the Best Photos of 2015. Hopefully you will be inspired by some of the images: National Geographic Photo Contest Winners 2015   Click… The New York Times 2015 in Pictures Click… 500px ISO … Continue reading

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