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3 Majestic Winter Photography Locations...

Posted on 2 January 2018

We are half-glass-full type people, and that’s why instead of bemoan the coming of winter, we head outwards to take in the most beautiful sights we can. Below are three renowned winter photography locations. If you are looking for a guided tour, scroll to the bottom of this blog and ...
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Photography Terms Beginners Should Know...

Posted on 26 September 2017

If you are just getting into photography, you need a basis off which to increase your knowledge. That starts with knowing basic photography terms. Think of photography as carpentry, and think of these photography terms as tools. To get the camera to do what you want it to do, you must ...
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NYC Photography Exhibition to Celebrate ...

Posted on 13 March 2017

Opening Reception: Thursday 16 March, 6-9 PM - Levin Mezzanine Gallery - Public Theater - 425 Lafayette St. New York City, NY Landscape photographers Jim and Lori Steinberg of Steinberg Photography have announced Art of the Landscape, a free and public photography exhibition that will have its opening from 6 to ...
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Why Photographers Should Stay Away from ...

Posted on 15 July 2016

There’s one destructive hobby that many photographers share: comparing the quality of their work or income to their peers. Have you ever mentally roughed yourself up because you were convinced you didn’t measure up to another photographer? Ever tell yourself that you’re not talented enough or creative enough to hack ...
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Populating the Frame: Using People in La...

Posted on 29 June 2016

Amongst the many talented photographers producing art today, there are disagreements on what makes a quality photograph. Some people use a light touch when processing their shots, while others create their final products by manipulating the original subjects into something else entirely. Another topic of great debate involves the presence of ...
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Pictures with Purpose: Environmentalism ...

Posted on 8 June 2016

Conservation photography is unique within the photography industry because it focuses exclusively on the clash between man and the natural world. The beauty of nature is juxtaposed against the wheels of progress; as National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore puts it, “The typical nature photograph shows a butterfly on a pretty ...
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Getting Your Start in Travel Photography...

Posted on 31 May 2016

There are certain landmarks so deeply ingrained in the public consciousness -- the Golden Gate Bridge, the Grand Canyon, the Great Wall of China -- that they have become passé. Rather than capture scenic vistas or dramatic architecture, tourists prefer to capture their own image: a “selfie” is a way ...
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Getting Serious About Landscape Photogra...

Posted on 6 May 2016

Landscape photography offers powerful opportunities to create mood and visual appeal through outdoor beauty. However, since it involves shooting in the great outdoors, landscape photographers have to do a little extra preparation to ensure a safe and effective shoot. So how to optimize your toolkit for this rewarding (and beautiful!) ...
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A Few Tips for Incredible Landscape Phot...

Posted on 29 April 2016

Landscape photography is the first love for many amateur photographers who later dream of becoming professionals or semi-professionals. There’s just something about venturing out into nature and attempting to capture its incredible beauty that, for some people, gets the creative juices flowing like nothing else. Whether it’s the stillness and quietude ...
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How to Turn a Passion Project Into a Pho...

Posted on 15 April 2016

Are you always running short on gift ideas around Christmas or birthdays? Combining photography with the unique passions or places in your life can help you give something lasting and meaningful to the people closest to you. I’m talking about creating a coffee table photography book. If you don’t think you ...
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