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Want to Get Better at Photography Quickly? Take Advantage of These Black Friday Photography Course Deals

If you’re looking to up skill your photography quickly and cheaply, then Black Friday is a great day to take advantage of. The deals from photography educators are running fast and thick and the savings are huge. This weekend (Friday and Cyber Monday) are pretty much the biggest chance of the year for these deals so grab them while they’re up. Here are the products with discounts we have been able to find so far!

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The Best Black Friday Amazon Deals for Photographers

Black Friday is here. Retailers far and wide have been relentlessly advertising everything from autos, fashion, jewelry and toys. And for photographers, we are definitely not an ignored bunch. If you need a little help making your own personal wish-list or finding gifts for your photographer-friends or relatives, we are here to help. In this post we bring you some great Black Friday photography deals from Amazon. Grab them while they last.

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Why a Photographer Needs a Blog And How to Create a Successful One (4 Practical Tips)

Blogging isn’t anything new. It has been a big part of social media for quite some time, even though it is not really the same as social media. While a blog has many benefits, what particular benefits does it hold for a photographer? In this post, we will look at some reasons why a professional photographer needs a blog and what are some elements of a good blog.

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The 5 Elements You’ll Find in Great Photographs

There really is no definitive list of elements that contribute to a great image; ask 10 experienced photographers and you’ll get nearly as many different opinions, which is great, because there’s no right or wrong when it comes to creativity. But if you listen to enough people with insight, you’ll begin to find some common themes about how to create great photos. Here are but five of those commonly recurring ideas.

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3 Lightroom Tweaks to Get Your Landscape Photographs to Sing

Although originally developed as a image management tool, Adobe’s Lightroom has evolved into a powerful post production application. For many photographers, Lightroom provides all the tools required to make their images pop without ever having to resort to Photoshop. Lightroom’s tools are particularly suited to landscape and urban photographers who want to squeeze every last drop of quality from their images. Today we are going to look at three powerful tweaks that will make your outdoor images sing.

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castle at night

Nikon D5300 Iso125 F/8.0 42mm 13sec. Castle at night by mauipascal on Light Stalking link to flickr

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Dive dive dive

I would like to know your thoughts on this shot and what I can do to make it better. While on vacation in Clearwater FL, I was sitting on the balcony of our room and there were 10 or 15 seagulls dive bombing the restaurant below. The gulls were flying up over the balcony and […]

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I have a passion/obsession for Photography

Born and raised in Traverse City, Mi., Tampa has been my home for the last 25 years. I love photography and want to take memorable images people will remember.

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New to Lightstalking

Thought I would give this a try. I’ve always enjoyed the beautiful colors of Fall and their interesting reflections in water. Creekside Reflections by hollyms1 on Light Stalking

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evolution

Bodine ‘ s Chesapeake

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Introductions”

Hi my name is Cathy. Been taking photo’s since my high school days. My main interests is landscapes an animals, mostly horses. I use to draw pictures etc…and then bought cheap camera and experiment with it. And loved it, After awhile bought my first 35mm a Nikon EM. From then on out learned from looking […]

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