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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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3 Easy Tips for Photographing Details in a Scene

The post 3 Easy Tips for Photographing Details in a Scene appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Lily Sawyer. Regardless of the type of event I photograph, I ALWAYS photograph details. Why? Because details help tell … Continue reading

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Travel Photography Slideshow Tips

This article focuses on capturing photos that are your images and building them into a travel slideshow. Have a list of subjects that you can capture to use as ingredients for your travel show—not your standard travel images. A list … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Beautiful Candid Photography

Candid photography focuses on what the subject is naturally doing and not on what the subject must be doing. It is a photo similar to that of a stolen shot. Most images taken in candid photography are of people not … Continue reading

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Wedding Photographer Assistant Tips

Before I go into the wedding day requirements for a second photographer, it would be a good idea to think about what should be considered before the event. Photo by Ryan Polei; ISO 500, f/2.5, 1/160-second exposure. First things first, … Continue reading

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Tips for Aviation Photography with a Canon EF 24-105 f/4L Lens

The post Tips for Aviation Photography with a Canon EF 24-105 f/4L Lens appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Megan Kennedy. The Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM (and its upgraded version the Canon EF 24-105mm … Continue reading

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12 Tips to Maintain a Camera

Digital cameras, like most electronic devices, need extra care when being handled. They have sensitive parts that can be damaged by improper handling. These are the most common practices that can help you maintain your camera so that you can … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Create Emotive Portraits

The post 10 Tips to Create Emotive Portraits appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by John McIntire. Portraiture is as vast a genre of photography as it is rewarding. There are a lot of ways to go … 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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5 Nature Photography Editing Tips to Create Stunning Images in Seconds

The post 5 Nature Photography Editing Tips to Create Stunning Images in Seconds appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. Do you ever feel like your nature photos are just a bit…bleh? Like they could … Continue reading

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Landscape Photo Editing in Lightroom: 7 Tips to Improve Color

Besides grabbing viewers’ attention, colors add a sense of mood, emotion, and drama to an image. In this video, landscape photographer Mark Denney shares seven tips for editing and enhancing colors in landscape photos using Lightroom: 1. White Balance White … 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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