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Google Photos now allows you to search for text in your pics

The search functionality in Google Photos is already a powerful tool, allowing you to find certain objects, locations, pets, events or even people within your snaps thanks to some clever AI, but it’s now been made even smarter. Utilizing the … Continue reading

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How to Blur Water in Landscape Photos: Essential Tips

We’ve all seen tons of landscape images with silky smooth water. As our eyes cannot see the flow of water in such a way naturally, the blurry water bodies easily become the main point of attraction in an image. If … Continue reading

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5 DIY Macro Photography Hacks for Stunning Macro Photos (on a Budget)

The post 5 DIY Macro Photography Hacks for Stunning Macro Photos (on a Budget) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. Do you want to take stunning macro photos… …on a budget? In this article, … Continue reading

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Filling the Frame: 5 Simple Yet Powerful Ways to Improve Your Photos

The post Filling the Frame: 5 Simple Yet Powerful Ways to Improve Your Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Anthony Epes. Successful photographs usually have one thing in common – an obvious point of focus … Continue reading

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Street Photographer Attacked on Social Media for Taking Photos in Public

The post Street Photographer Attacked on Social Media for Taking Photos in Public appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. Joshua Rosenthal’s Instagram feed. Are you a street photographer? Have you considered what might go … Continue reading

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How to Use Multi-flash to Capture Compelling Action Photos

The post How to Use Multi-flash to Capture Compelling Action Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Rick Ohnsman. Have you ever been to a disco, performance, or another place where they used a strobe light? If … Continue reading

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Photoshop Pro Teaches Mom to Edit Childhood Photos

  From the Phlearn YouTube Channel:   Today we’re joined by Aaron’s mom as he teaches her how to edit childhood photos in Photoshop! Learn how to make some quick and easy photo fixes like cropping, removing distractions, removing red … Continue reading

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Tips for Taking Photos from an Airplane

Have you ever looked out of the window of an airplane? Now you would wonder why I am asking this strange question. Have you looked out of an airplane window and remarked about the beauty. Have you ever wanted to … Continue reading

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Tips for Taking Portrait Photos of a Friend

Perhaps you can no longer count on your two hands the number of times you have been asked to take a friend or relative’s portrait…gratis. Maybe you are visiting someone for a few days and it comes up that your … Continue reading

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Photography Basics: How to Take Good Photos

A good photograph is not just a physical photo, but someone’s story, memory, or even life. When we take photos, we tend to preserve the most important events and people in our lives. The ceremonies of birth and birthdays, marriages … Continue reading

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Four Lightroom Tips to Enhance Your Landscape Photos

The post Four Lightroom Tips to Enhance Your Landscape Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth. Lightroom has a vast array of buttons, sliders, and selection boxes that can improve just about any photo, … Continue reading

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Make the Most of High Contrast Lighting for Dramatic Street Photos

The post Make the Most of High Contrast Lighting for Dramatic Street Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan. Street photographers often love the type of light many others seek to avoid. High contrast … Continue reading

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