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How to Photograph a Full Moon

How to Photograph a Full Moon The full moon can be a pretty spectacular subject or it can be a great element to include in a dramatic landscape. The light during a full moon creates a certain mood that you can transfer to your photographs by using a simple effective technique. Unlike photographing the Milky Way or trying to...

Top 3 Canon DSLRs

Top 3 Canon DSLRs From entry-level to top of the line, these Canon cameras are the best of the bunch. If you’re in the market for a new DSLR, it can get a bit overwhelming sifting through the various manufacturers, let alone all the different models that each manufacturer currently has available. To help you in...

Four Critical Bird Photography Mistakes to Avoid

Four Critical Bird Photography Mistakes to Avoid Bird photography can be a tough customer. With subjects that can be shy, difficult to find, or hard to track in flight, there’s quite a lot that can work against you getting a good shot. Add in difficult lighting, bad weather, equipment malfunction, and other common maladies, it’s a recipe for...

Tips and Tricks for Stock Photography In 2016

Tips and Tricks for Stock Photography In 2016 Stock photography is by no means as attractive as it was eight or ten years ago. Back then, if you got into stock photography and did it right, there was a lot of money to be made. Not the same can be said today when there are literally millions of images in archives all over the Internet. However...

Product Photography Made Easy! Here’s how

Product Photography Made Easy! Here’s how Product photography must check two very important things to be of top quality and to serve its purpose: it has to keep your eyes focused on the product, so much so that you find yourself studying the details with fascination. On top of that it has to sell. It’s a simple as that, no strings...

Back to Basics: ISO, Shutter Speed & Aperture

Back to Basics: ISO, Shutter Speed & Aperture One thing I love about photography is that unlike other fields of work that rely on technology a lot, the principles are still the same no matter how advanced the cameras get. You still have the same settings no matter what name is written on your camera and they have pretty much the same impact....

Top 3 Portable Lights You’ll Want in 2016

Top 3 Portable Lights You’ll Want in 2016 If you’re serious about improving your photography, one of the critical keys to that success is having a portable light kit that will give you the powerful and flexible lighting you need to get the image quality you want. Rather than comparing random lights, we’ve established a few ground...

How to Photograph Flocks of Birds

How to Photograph Flocks of Birds As the saying goes, birds of a feather flock together. And while individual birds or small groups of birds can make excellent subjects, those large flocks of birds can be just as interesting and beautiful to photograph. In this how-to guide, we explore two creative ways to capture images of...

The History Of Photography In 5 Minutes

The History Of Photography In 5 Minutes If there’s one thing I don’t like about amateur photographers and beginners is their complete ignorance of photography history. Seriously everyone, that stuff is important. It’s not just the fact that the latest cameras still work on roughly the same principles as two hundred years ago, but...

4 Places You Need to Photograph in 2016

4 Places You Need to Photograph in 2016 If traveling more is part of your new year’s resolution, then planning your next trip is probably going to be very exciting. After all, it’s a lot more fun than starting a workout program or quitting a bad habit. If you’re looking to take some memorable travel, landscape, nature and...