Monthly Archives: February 2016

88 baby photography tips, tricks, techniques and time-savers ~ Amy Davies

There’s some irony in the fact that probably one of the most photographed subjects in the world is also one of the most difficult. Baby photography can be a joy, but it can also be incredibly infuriating as it’s nigh … Continue reading

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Learn How to Use ND and Graduated ND Filters (Video Tutorial) ~ Rajib Mukherjee

You’re probably already aware of filters and the amazing creative potential they bring to your photography. A lot has already been written on this website about different types of filters and their specific uses. If you’re still trying to figure … Continue reading

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P Mode on Digital SLR Cameras ~ Keith Jones

It seems that some folks are determined to make photography more difficult than it has to be. You might hear some photographers say, “I only shoot using the manual exposure mode,” while others might say, “I only use the Aperture or Shutter … Continue reading

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How To Find Your Lens’ Sweet Spot: A Beginner’s Guide to Sharper Images ~ Dena Haines

It’s time to learn how to capture sharper images by finding your lens’ sweet spot. This will give you more confidence, save time, and help you take better photos. Learn…

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Photographic clichés: Should you self-censor and avoid them? ~ Mitchell Kanashkevich

A couple of months ago I posted an image of a man meditating on the banks of the Ganges in the Tips and Inspiration section. While talking about the image, I mentioned about how I try to avoid clichés and … Continue reading

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