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Tips For Capturing Stunning Autumn Landscapes

Autumn is here, and with it comes vibrant colors and long, golden evenings. For photographers, the bright and bold fall colors can transform the surrounding landscapes, presenting photo opportunities to create images that are truly spectacular. If course, as everyone knows, autumn’s also a time for storms, chilly weather, and …

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Tips for Creative Plant Photography

Don’t worry if you’re not a nature nerd, if your fingers are distinctly non-green or if you find plants generally dull. Plants can offer great photographic opportunities to any photographer. Give plants a chance! If you start thinking about plants and the role they play in our history and our …

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5 Tips for Successful Street Photography

The essence of street photography is about documenting everyday life and society on the streets. You can find opportunities to practice street photography everywhere and you don’t necessarily need to travel to capture great shots. It’s a genre of photography usually done candidly without permission and without your subject’s knowledge. …

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Five Ways to Get Frame-Filling Shots in Bird Photography

When all goes well, bird photography can be absolutely exhilarating. Yet birds are small and skittish creatures. Hence, a common problem faced by bird photographers, beginners and experts alike, is simply getting close enough to capture an image. Even with longer lenses, attempts to photograph a bird often result in …

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Five Ideas for Your Spring Photography

The renewal of life is never more prominent than in the spring, and this change in the season is a magical time for photography. This article obviously relates to those temperate parts of the world that have four seasons including spring. Spring of course accompanies flowers blooming, and leaf shoots …

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7 Tips for Learning How to See What Your Camera Sees

Seeing the world through your camera’s lens has certain similarities and definite differences to looking at the world without your camera. Even with the most basic digital cameras available today you can create photographs that you cannot naturally see with your eyes. Understanding how your camera sees differently than your …

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How to Select a Subject for Long Exposure Photography

First of all, I want to clarify for you what type of long exposure photography this article discusses. You won’t be learning any techniques regarding the creation of photographs at night, or in the low light levels that you might experience with architectural interiors, (even though those examples do require …

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