Tag Archives: Photographing

5 Landscape Photography Tips for Photographing Mountains

After graduating from photography school, I spent a good deal of my twenties photographing the cityscapes of New York. In my thirties, after I relocated to upstate New York, I discovered a new muse: the landscape. What’s so nouveau about … Continue reading

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Tips for Photographing Patterns in Nature

Photographing natural patterns is a fantastic project to work on as a outdoor photographer. The process of exploring patterns not only gives a wealth of photographic opportunities, but also provides a perfect opportunity to concentrate your mind on composition, shape, … Continue reading

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Tips for Photographing Real Estate Interiors

In this article, we’ll address the challenges you may face when photographing real estate interiors and a few ways to combat the issues. Shooting bracketed images is the most common and effective way to handle high contrast interiors. Read on … Continue reading

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Photographing Toddlers – 5 Tips for Keeping Your Sanity

“Having a two-year-old is like having a blender that you don’t have the top for.” – Jerry Seinfeld No doubt, you’ve experienced the frustration of photographing your own toddler or a family with toddlers. Frustration and anxiety come from not … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Photographing Street Markets

There are very few places in the world that provide the kind of visual stimulation, human interactions, and heightened sensory excitement like as street markets. No matter the size or what the market is about, there is bound to be … Continue reading

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3 Techniques and Tips for Photographing the Moon in the Landscape

It’s been almost 180 years since the first photograph of the full moon was made by an English scientist, chemist, and historian, John William Draper. Since then, the moon has been a subject that has captivated the attention of photographers … Continue reading

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The dPS Ultimate Guide to Taking Portraits and Photographing People

Have you ever wished that you could take better photographs of your friends and family? Do you love looking at portraits taken by professional photographers, but just aren’t sure how to replicate similar results for yourself? Have you ever felt … Continue reading

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The dPS Ultimate Guide to Taking Portraits and Photographing People

Have you ever wished that you could take better photographs of your friends and family? Do you love looking at portraits taken by professional photographers, but just aren’t sure how to replicate similar results for yourself? Have you ever felt … Continue reading

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Photographing the Crescent Moon and Venus with the Canon 100-400mm L IS II Lens

While the full moon is a great and highly-popular photo subject, I’m just as big of a fan of photographing the small crescent phase.   Just after the new moon phase, the moon starts trailing the sun into the western … Continue reading

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Focus on Photographing a Different Color Each Day to Practice the Art of Seeing

Color is all around us. As beautiful as black and white can be, color gives us variety and sometimes, unpredictability. But funnily enough, it’s also easy to take it for granted. Over time, I’ve come up with a few exercises … Continue reading

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The Introverts Guide to Photographing People

Being an introverted photographer is a challenge, especially if you actually enjoy photographing people. As introverts, we tend to be happiest on our own, with family or with close friends. We avoid large groups and people that we don’t know … Continue reading

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5 Fun Tips for Photographing Water

Here’s a quick video of five fun ideas and tips for photographing water from the team over at COOPH. ? Let’s have a look at them one by one: Frame your subject in ice – we’ve covered that topic in … Continue reading

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