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8 Easy Ways to Become a Better Photographer

The mindful photographer should be concerned not only with acquiring skills but, more importantly, mastering those skills. Skill mastery is better perceived as a journey rather than a final destination, something that takes places over the course of a lifetime. With technological innovations persistently growing, a photographer’s skills should be expanding in due accordance. But […]


What Photographers Can Learn From The Visual Styles of These 4 Famous Movie Directors.

Movies, just like photography, vary greatly in visual style depending upon the artist behind it. Movies and photography are different fields. They vary quite a bit, since movies are motion-pictures, after all. This doesn’t mean that the visual concepts are much different, however. When movie directors draft a concept and visualize a scene, they do that in a […]


Why This Photographer Thinks You Should Watermark Your Photographs

The majority of photographers don’t like watermarking their images. Why mar the perfect balance of your picture with a distracting logo, right? Watermarks should be regarded as a necessary evil, however, and photographers and internet users alike have learned to accept it as an inevitability. In this digital age, stealing someone’s image is as simple as “right click, save as.” It […]


How to Prepare and Sell Your Camera Gear

Some photographers sadly suffer from a mild hoarding syndrome. In other words, they get overly sentimental about their gear. At the other end of the spectrum, there are also photographers who try to upgrade their gear as soon as possible. No matter which group you would classify yourself in, you would be wise to sell […]


5 Tips to Maximize Your Time Behind the Camera

Time and timing is so important in outdoor photography. For sunrises, you need to get up early to arrive with setup time to photograph the blue hues before the sun crests the horizon. If it’s golden hour images you’re after, there’s a short window before the day’s light becomes a bit harsh and the lighting […]

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Street Photography

Excuse me everybody, here’s some of my ‘street photography’ work Is it good enough? I wish for your comments and your advice, Thanks DSC_0181-2.JPG by ceharabbani on Light Stalking When a men gets too busy with his phone by ceharabbani on Light Stalking Long-long road by ceharabbani on Light Stalking



I came across this at lunchtime today. Although Notorious is not actually a pirate ship, it is a recreation of a 1400’s Portugese caravel that was preferred by pirates for its speed. Graeme Wylie built Notorious for his wife Felicite, from their home just outside Warrnambool, Victoria. He spent 2 and a half years on […]


Abstract Challenge For Everyone!

I don’t throw very many photos away. They have to be very, very bad for me to toss them on first edit. Even if I don’t use any the first time around, I will keep them for another time. Only after I am sure I will never use them will I toss them. And this […]