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How to Get the Correct Exposure at Night with These Helpful Tips

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Expos­ing your pho­tos cor­rectly at night can be a bit chal­len­ging, and will cer­tainly require some tri­al and error. In this art­icle, you will learn help­ful inform­a­tion to min­im­ize the learn­ing curve.»

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The Ultimate Guide For Mastering Light In Your Photography

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«In pho­to­graphy, if you do everything ‘by the book’ and lack some exper­i­ence, you’d think that select­ive focus is what makes the eye focus on the sub­ject, and that light is used to make everything look nice and beau­ti­ful.»

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How to Clean Your Photography Gear and Keep it in Good Shape

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«Fol­low these tips and steps for how to clean your pho­to­graphy gear, and keep it in good work­ing con­di­tion. Mod­ern cam­er­as and lenses are built with a lot of sens­it­ive elec­tron­ic com­pon­ents, and are much more dif­fi­cult to main­tain. Most of the equip­ment I use is exposed to the ele­ments, and to a lot of abuse dur­ing my shoot­ing ses­sions, and to me …»

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The Secrets to Real Estate Photography That Works

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«Real estate pho­to­graphy can be a luc­rat­ive call­ing to someone who is look­ing to earn a few extra bucks on the side with their pho­to­graphy, or estab­lish a full-time pho­to­graphy busi­ness of their own.»

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8 Quick Tips to Improve Your Photos of Architectural Details

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«When you’re pho­to­graph­ing archi­tec­ture, it’s easy to get lost in the grandeur of some build­ings. That’s not a bad thing. That’s how they were designed, to be a spec­tacle. Cathed­rals, palaces, opera houses, and state build­ings are all examples of archi­tec­ture that’s meant to impress.»

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Breaking the Rules of Composition to Make Your Images More Interesting

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«Some­times tech­nic­ally per­fect does not trans­late to visu­ally appeal­ing. We’ve been taught since our pho­to­graph­ic infancy to fol­low the «Rule of Thirds» to save your­self from mak­ing begin­ner mis­takes. But the pho­to­graph­er from Den­mark, James Allen Stew­art, has gone against the grain and ques­tioned the «Rule of Thirds.»»

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Which Filters Should You Use for Landscape Photography

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«Which fil­ter should you use – if any – for Land­scape Pho­to­graphy? It’s a ques­tion we hear all the time and one we’ve writ­ten about…»

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What You Need to Know About Event Photography BEFORE You Take That Gig

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Pho­to­graph­ing gen­er­al events like parties, cere­mon­ies etc while often sim­pler than wed­dings, aren’t always as simple as you might think – at least for pho­to­graph­ers new to the busi­ness.»

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Long Exposure Fire Photography – 5 Tips for Beginners

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«A long expos­ure photo can make flames look soft and feath­ery, cap­ture spark trails, and be used to cre­ate a romantic or cozy mood. The tips in this art­icle will help you get star­ted with long expos­ure fire pho­to­graphy.»

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4 Crazy Photography Techniques That You Probably Didn’t Know About

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«When you hear the word “pho­to­graphy” it’s usu­ally asso­ci­ated with the pro­cess of tak­ing a single pic­ture. For most of the non-pho­to­graph­er world that is all they want to know about it, and that’s com­pletely fine.»

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