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Ever Wanted to Know How a Pro Gets “That Look” in a Shot?

Ever Wanted to Know How a Pro Gets “That Look” in a Shot?

Recently, we were lucky enough to receive a review copy of Kevin Kubota’s Lighting Notebook from the good folks who work with Kevin. It’s a new addition to Kevin’s already impressive work in education material and we have been going through it quite thoroughly. For those of you who like the detail of a “how […]

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27 Photos of Waves To Get You Through the Day

27 Photos of Waves To Get You Through the Day

For those photographers who are lucky enough to live near the coast, many will know that waves are a never ending source of great photographic opportunities. From abstract through to coastal landscapes and waterscapes, they can be photographed in an infinite amount of styles. This collection showcases some of those styles and shows what can […]

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24 Creative Duotone Photographs

24 Creative Duotone Photographs

When you’re looking to create a certain mood or feeling in your imagery, many photographers turn to monotone or duotone. And while most go with subdued tones to evoke similar feeling to black and white photographs, duotone can also be used in a way to spruce up the feeling too. Check out this collection for […]

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Why Birds Are a Photography Favourite

Why Birds Are a Photography Favourite

Bird photography is always a popular topic among outdoor photographers. The challenges presented in trying to get a good photograph of a bird though, are difficult to understate. Besides the skittish nature of the animal, problems with weather, wind, light and backgrounds always seem to throw themselves into your path. These recent images though show […]

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Winter on the Beach: 26 Chilling Photographs

Winter on the Beach: 26 Chilling Photographs

While we often associate photographs of the beach of sun and fun, we often forget that winter throws up some amazing opportunities for landscapes and coastal landscapes. As you can see from the wonderful winter beach photographs below, just because it’s snowing doesn’t mean you should forget about the beach as a place to go! […]

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28 Amazing Outdoor Photographs from This Winter

28 Amazing Outdoor Photographs from This Winter

It is very tempting in winter to put away the camera and hunker down inside. As these photographs show, that would be a mistake for the outdoor photography enthusiast. With a little skill, it is possible to capture some amazing photographs, just as these talented people did. Don’t forget to click through to their photographs […]

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Monkey Business: How to Photograph Monkeys

Monkey Business: How to Photograph Monkeys

Monkeys are a hugely fun subject to photograph and can be the subject of some great shots for you. They do, however, present a few challenges for the photographer like any other wild animal (and possibly a few challenges unique to themselves). Lets look at what you will have to think about if you would […]

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The Sweet Spot Lens Setting That Will Give You Sharper Photographs

The Sweet Spot Lens Setting That Will Give You Sharper Photographs

In many photographic situations, you are going to want to either open your aperture right up (to minimise depth of field) or close it right down (to maximise depth of field). And while the effects of doing this can be great, the great irony of lens construction is that sharper images are often easier to […]

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Why You May Need a Guide for Travel Photography

Why You May Need a Guide for Travel Photography

Travel and photography go together like cheese and wine. But as any traveler will know, there are certain things that can make your life a lot easier while you’re on the road. Photo-journalists have known for years that getting a “fixer” makes things go more smoothly – especially in developing countries. But what about us […]

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5 Ways to Truly Explore a Single Photographic Subject

5 Ways to Truly Explore a Single Photographic Subject

When you start to get serious about photography, something becomes very apparent to you – that getting different effects while photographing the same subject doesn’t need to be particularly difficult. It is actually quite easy to render totally different effects on a single subject using a few tried and tested tactics. What you will come […]

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