Category: Tips

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Butterfly Photo Tips and Inspiration

Butterflies are some of nature’s most beautiful and difficult to photograph insects. They constantly move, are spooked easily, and only come out during the right conditions. If you do snag a great shot of...

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Specialize In: Sports Photography

Racing cars, diving swimmers, and sliding baseball players can all qualify as subjects for the sports photographer. This means that someone who wants to specialize in this area of work is going to need to be doubly specialized, or be sure that they have the skills to record such a variety of subject matter.

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9 Powerful Photo Composition Tips

Cooph has done it again with a powerful presentation on the fundamentals of photo composition. They are presented in a very compelling, easy to understand way that is both informative and very inspirational. I guarantee you will be dying to grab your camera after watching!

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The Quick and Dirty Guide to SEO for Photographers

Do the letters, S.E.O. make your stomach turn? If so, you are not alone. Photographers are born artists and dealing with something, seemingly “techy” as SEO, is intimidating. However, it doesn’t have to be....

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Intentional Photography

I just got back from a long weekend in the Smoky Mountains National Park and the surrounding North Carolina countryside. The weather was terrific; the waterfalls were running generously, and the elk were beginning...


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.