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Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. You can follow him on The Odessa Files. He also maintains a blog chronicling his exploits as an Expat in the former Soviet Union.

6 Simple Ways to Extend the Dynamic Range of Your Photos

6 Simple Ways to Extend the Dynamic Range of Your Photos

We have all come across the limitations of our camera sensors, many times. It manifests itself, in particular, with blown highlights – those areas of intense brightness within an image that were too bright for the camera’s sensor to deal with. But it’s not difficult to overcome these limitations. You can use 6 simple ways to extend the dynamic range of your photos.

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How to Set Up Your Photography Blog and Get Noticed

How to Set Up Your Photography Blog and Get Noticed

A photography blog can go a long way in establishing you as a photographer. But there are a few considerations when you are setting up your blog which can really help you get noticed. From deciding what to post to the role of social media in your blog, there’s a lot to consider.

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A Photographer’s Guide to the Iconic Machu Picchu

A Photographer’s Guide to the Iconic Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is one of the most breathtaking locations on earth and whilst it may seem that every shot has been covered before, there are many locations within the ruins, each opening up a new photographic possibility. If you get a chance to visit this magical place, take it. This post gives you pointers on photographing the iconic site.

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What Type of Photographer Are You?

What Type of Photographer Are You?

The camera has become ubiquitous and different kinds of photographers can be identified based on distinctive features. This tongue-in-cheek post takes a look at those photographers out there that have come to define themselves in one way or the other.

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Learn to See Photographically With These 4 Tips

Learn to See Photographically With These 4 Tips

Perhaps one of the biggest challenges in becoming a proficient photographer is learning to see the creative possibilities of the scene in front of you. Most of us, when we first start out in photography, are so enamoured by our chosen hobby that we simply raise the camera to our eye and shoot away without a care in the world. You can, however, develop a photographic vision with 4 simple tips.

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SEO for Photographers: How to Make it Work For You

SEO for Photographers: How to Make it Work For You

It’s a given these days that if a photographer wants to get his or her work seen by a wider audience, they will need a good website. However, getting the website completed is only the first hurdle, the biggest challenge is getting your site seen in an ocean of similar sites. To do this you need to perform SEO, or Search Engine Optimization.

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Gimp, The Free Alternative to Photoshop, Looks Impressive in Version 2.8

Gimp, The Free Alternative to Photoshop, Looks Impressive in Version 2.8

Gimp 2.8 – the latest version of the popular, free and open source software that also serves as an alternative to Photoshop has come a long way since its earliest days. The interface, the tools and the user experience have evolved to come close to the user’s expectations. This post takes a look at what its latest version has to offer.

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How to Create an HDR Image From a Single Raw File in Photoshop

How to Create an HDR Image From a Single Raw File in Photoshop

For quite a few years now, high dynamic range photography, or simply HDR, has been an important trend in photography as it allows the photographer to create an image beyond the limits of the camera’s sensor in order to recover lost details in shadows and in highlights. This post explains how to create an HDR image from a single Raw file.

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Getting to Know Your DSLR: Part One

Getting to Know Your DSLR: Part One

Today’s article is aimed at the newcomers amongst you, both to Lightstalking and to photography itself. Today we are going to take a look at getting to know your DSLR, understanding what some of those knobs, buttons and dials do, and which ones you need to master first to get to grips with your new tool.

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7 Ways in Which Smart Devices Can Aid You in Your Photography

7 Ways in Which Smart Devices Can Aid You in Your Photography

Iphones, Android, Tablets – the rise of the smart device has been both surprising and seemingly unstoppable, not least in the field of photography. They are potentially fantastic devices to aid photographers in their day to day shooting and beyond. Today we will look at potential uses of smart devices to aid you in your photography.

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