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The Best Camera For Beginners To Photography

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Camera Bodies

You have had a passing interest in photography for a while. Maybe you shoot with a smart phone and want to step up to a bigger camera. The question is, what camera? The best camera for beginners to photography does not actually exist.  There are, in fact many best cameras, each has it own advantages […]

Catch Up On The Light Stalking Community – Week 20-2020

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Cool Photos & Photographers

Here is your weekly wrap-up from Light Stalking – you’ll find some nicely curated stuff from the general chit chat as well as some amazing shots from Tersha’s latest challenge on Black /White Portraits, Human or Pet! And as you’ve already guessed by now, we’ll be mentioning some worth-seeing shots from the Feedback Forum as […]

How to Organise Photos in Lightroom – 5 Logical Approaches

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Lightroom

Do you have a large unruly collection of images scattered over multiple hard drives? Are you locked down at home with little to do? If so, this is the article for you.  Adobe Lightroom is probably the most advanced image cataloging software on the market. Its power, however can often the fact that there are […]

Four Things You Can Do To Be A Better Photographic Storyteller

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Photography for Beginners

Telling a story with pictures is considerably more difficult than many people, both photographer and non-photographer, understand. There’s more to storytelling with photos than simply pointing a camera at a particular moment or event and pressing the shutter. Sure, documentary photographers, street photographers and photojournalists, for example, all place themselves in environments that are ripe […]

15 Ways You Can Improve Your Photography Today

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Camera Craft

Photography requires time and patience, but sometimes that doesn’t feel like enough. If you feel that you’re not improving quickly enough, you might need to try a new challenge or technique. These new experiences can motivate you and help you develop your style. 1. Take Photos of Something You’ve Never Photographed Before Getting out of […]

How To Saturate Images That Stand Out Without Going OTT in Lightroom

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Lightroom

Saturation in images can be a very tricky thing to get right. If you shoot raw, then your image files will not have any extra Saturation added to them. If you shoot jpeg, then depending on your settings your image could be under saturated or unnaturally over saturated.  In order to get the very best […]

Best Of The Week 19-2020: Light Stalking Community

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Cool Photos & Photographers

Let’s cheer up with some beautiful photographs! Here is your weekly wrap-up from Light Stalking – you’ll find some nicely curated stuff from the general chit chat as well as some amazing shots from Tersha’s latest challenge on Big & Small! And as you’ve already guessed by now, we’ll be mentioning some worth-seeing shots from […]

These Are 4 Lightroom Features You Should Use Everyday

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Lightroom

For some photographers, Lightroom represents the perfect specimen of an editing application. Not only does it allow you to organize your files, Lightroom possesses virtually everything you need to do serious photo editing. Unless you need to work with layers — but even then, Lightroom integrates seamlessly with Photoshop. While Lightroom is nowhere near as […]

Learn How to Get Better Photographs With Existing Light

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Camera Craft

Photography owes its existence to light, hence the agreement that without light, photography wouldn’t exist. New devices are constantly being developed in order to control light in a more precise way, and there is still plenty of engineering left to do. Pretty much all cameras (except some high-end expensive ones) come with a built-in flash […]