Category: Tips

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5 Steps to Better Halloween Photos

Let’s start off with a somewhat controversial piece of advice. Shooting in dim light without using flash? Yes, if you ask me, that’s one of my favorite ways to shoot. Just think of all the flash light pictures your friends took at your last birthday party. It’s great of them to do this, but when it comes to capturing the special Halloween mood, I suggest interfering as little as possible.

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Photography Subjects: Landscapes

The subjects of landscape photography are vast and wide – and can be interpreted in many different ways. Rather than go into the specific subjects most commonly used (i.e. lakes, mountains) – I want to talk about the bigger picture – what elements make a successful landscape photo. This will help turn whatever environment you’re in – from the desert to the mountains – into a limitless canvas for your landscape images.

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Photography Tips – Shooting County Fairs

Anyone who has ever attended a true country fair will know that they are often places that are crowded with excited people, delicious foods, and tons of things to see and to do. This...

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Macro Photography: Choosing Your Subject

So you’ve just bought (or dug out) your macro lens, and are full of inspiration from those macro photos you’ve been browsing through recently. You’ve got the gear, the ambition, and the time –...

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Rings & Things Or Jewelry Photography Tips

Small jewelry items (like rings) are best photographed by using DIFFUSED light so as to minimize “hot spots.” I’ve found the best way to do this is by using a light “tent” or box or as we’re about to create, light “cylinder.”

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