December 2016

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How to Get Better at Photography

  I think you can look around at a lot of the content based around photography on the Internet and extract a theme: people want to be better photographers. At the lower levels of the hobby thats fairly easy. There are a lot of concrete skills and tips to pick up and integrate that are
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Choosing a Creative Exposure - A Beginner's Guide

There are many combinations of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO that will correctly expose an image. With all those combinations, which one is the right one? If you leave your camera in full program mode, your camera will pick a combination for you. However, letting your camera have complete control is not why you bought
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20 Things Only Wedding Photographers Can Truly Appreciate

  When you’re shooting weddings all season, you have to learn to appreciate the little things. Wedding photography can be an incredibly fun job, but it’s not without its stressful moments. When you’re neck deep in a shoot, you have to stop and appreciate the little things that only wedding photographers will truly understand. Here’s
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Quick Tip: Use a Balloon for Better Pop-Up Flash Portraits

We’ve seen some interesting DIY flash diffusers, but I can’t remember ever seeing someone use a blown up balloon. Which is a shame, really, because it’s a cheap and effective way to soften your pop-up flash, or even a small speedlight. This DIY tip comes from our Russian friends the Koldunov Brothers, who keep cranking
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Sports Photography - Tips and Techniques

Sports personalities take months оf preparation fоr thе big moment. And fоr sport photographers, thе preparation іѕ аlmоѕt thе same! Beautiful snazzy photographs іn sport magazines оr newspapers аrе nоt clicked quіtе bу ‘accident’. It takes а skilled professional tо know thе finer nuances tо capture а stunning photograph. Sports photography іѕ а part оf
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