Monthly Archives: November 2017

HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH CHRISTMAS LIGHTS ~ Keith Jones

Holiday lights brighten the mood no matter where they are. They might be in a downtown area, at a mall, or even at your own home. For those who love taking pictures, those lights can represent an opportunity to capture … Continue reading

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Why it’s a Good Idea to Take Lots of Photos ~ Kevin Landwer-Johan

Take lots of photos. Lots and lots of photos. Make mistakes. Lots of them. The more photos you take and the more mistakes you make, the better the photographer you will become. I’m not encouraging you to blaze away with … Continue reading

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9 of the Best Apps to Help You Do Awesome Mobile Phone Photography ~ Holly Higbee-Jansen

They say the best camera is the one that you have with you. Even though I love my digital SLR, quite frequently, I shoot with my smartphone. This is why mobile phone photography is so popular. Read more…

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How to Take Interesting Photos in Uninteresting Places ~ Karthika Gupta

Having spent the past several months traveling extensively to some pretty exciting places, coming back home to small-town suburbia was a rude awakening for me to say the least. I was so used to having interesting subjects – be it people, … Continue reading

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ESCAPING A PHOTOGRAPHY SLUMP: A ONE-WEEK PLAN ~ Cameron Mitchell

Have you ever left your camera at home on purpose? What about carrying a heavy camera bag all day and finding nothing to photograph? Motivation and ideas sometimes dry up and you can hit a wall where you just can’t … Continue reading

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