Monthly Archives: November 2016

Instant Polaroid Style Photography Ideas & Tricks (Video Tutorial) ~ Jennifer Berube

Are you into instant photography? Yeah, that’s right, I’m talking about old-school Polaroids! Today, there are a bunch of modern cameras on the market for photographers who still love the instant format. And, there are tons of creative things you … Continue reading

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Understanding Color in Photography ~ Wayne Turner

The appropriate use of color in photography adds a dynamic element to your images that is very pleasing to the eye. The correct use of it will allow you to create photographs to be proud of. Bold colors and bright … Continue reading

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Some Of The Deepest & Sharpest Shots of The Moon from Earth ~ Universe Today

Who doesn’t love to gaze at the Moon on a clear night? But astrophotographer Thierry Legault now taken Moon-gazing to new heights. Legault traveled to the Alps in August and set up his Celestron C14 Edge HD and ZWO ASI1600MM … Continue reading

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How to Expose Correctly for High Contrast Wildlife ~ Bruce Wunderlich

Photographing wildlife of deeply contrasting colors, such as black bears or white waterfowl, can present certain challenges setting up shots that are properly exposed for the wildlife and also the surroundings. Harsh lighting also makes exposing for these subjects especially … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Attending a Photo Walk ~ James Maher

As a photographer, you might have noticed that photo walks are all the rage these days. Whether it’s an event run through meetup.com or eventbrite.com, or a more involved workshop from a teacher that you follow, photo walks are one … Continue reading

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2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest, Part II ~ Alan Taylor

National Geographic Magazine’s annual photo contest is still under way, but the deadline for submissions is coming up on Friday. The Grand Prize Winner will receive a 10-day trip for two to the Galapagos Islands. The kind folks at National … Continue reading

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Five Photography Rules You May Want to Ignore ~ Lara Joy Brynildssen

A few years ago when I purchased my first Canon dSLR I took a free 2-hour class on digital photography from a local school. They offered free seminars as a way to market their series of intensive 6-week photography courses. … Continue reading

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Top 6 Considerations to Help You Decide on Color or Black and White for Your Image ~ Megan Kennedy

As soon as humans discovered that it was possible to capture black and white tones in a photographic image, a practical means of color photography was sought by those who dreamed of harnessing the full spectrum of visible light. Some of the … Continue reading

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