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4 Ways to Add Color to Shadows Using Gels

Are you stumped on how to add some creativity to your portraits? The Slanted Lens demonstrates how Jay P Morgan includes gels in his photography work to add color to the shadows. This is a highly effective tactic that can add … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Doing Portrait Photography in Busy Locations

I live in London and it’s a pretty big city with an array of location choices when it comes to portrait photography. There are beautiful parks, many are vast and rolling, dotted around the city; you almost feel like the … Continue reading

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Don’t Wait: The Adorama Canon EOS 6D II & 5D IV with Printer + Battery Grip Bundles are Still Live!

Don’t wait! The awesome 6D II and 5D Mark IV deals Adorama had on Black Friday and Cyber Monday are again live for a short period of time. Act now to score these great deals.   On top of an … Continue reading

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Why Every Photographer Needs a 24-70mm Lens

Fondly known as the “walk around lens” by professionals and hobbyists alike, the 24-70mm lens is the staple of any photography kit! A lens that offers diversity and functionality, its range makes the 24-70mm lens a remarkable companion for a … Continue reading

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What to do When it Starts to Rain – Are you Prepared to Keep Shooting?

I live in a country where the climate is described as temperate. This is just another euphemism for not so great weather! Typically, the seasons sort of merge together and the annual rainfall can dampen anyone’s spirits, pun intended. It … Continue reading

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Think Tank Photo Offers Free 2nd Day Delivery

Our friends at Think Tank Photo just informed us that they are offering free 2nd Day delivery through next Tuesday, December 19th, making sure that your gear arrives in time for Christmas.   As always, Think Tank Photo orders placed … Continue reading

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Camera Modes: Setting Aperture and Shutter Speed

You might think that acquiring a $ 1,000 DSLR makes you a photographer. In truth, the first step down the “photographer road” is switching from auto mode to experimenting in AV, TV, and M. But, what do those letters mean? … Continue reading

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How to Know What to do and Where to Start with Photo Editing in Photoshop

Do you struggle to know what to do with your images in post-processing? Do you know where to start with photo editing? Can you relate to this? Before and after photo editing. I recently received a message for help from … Continue reading

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Video: Travel Photography Tips – Shoot with a Purpose

The challenge with travel photography is that you may not get back to a location again anytime soon. So many photographers try and squeeze out as many photos as possible. The issue is lack of attention to detail and having any … Continue reading

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HOT DEALS: Adorama Canon EOS 6D II & 5D IV with Printer + Battery Grip Bundles are Live Again!

Live Again: I know that many of you are regretting not having taken advantage of the awesome 6D II and 5D Mark IV deals Adorama had on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The good news is that Adorama is giving … Continue reading

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The A to Z of Photography: low-pass filter

Low-pass filters have long been used on camera sensors to prevent moiré or interference effects when you photograph subjects with fine, regular patterns. You may have seen this effect on old TV sets with presenters wearing striped shirts or check … Continue reading

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Black and White Portraits

There is something very appealing about the simplicity of a portrait in black in white. It becomes less about the setting, background and environment and more about the person being photographed. This week we want to see what you can … Continue reading

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