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

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«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

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«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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24 Reflective Mirror Images to Make You Look Twice

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«Kids love a good puddle to splash in – pho­to­graph­ers love them for a dif­fer­ent reas­on – reflec­tions. In this col­lec­tion of images have a look at how these pho­to­graph­ers cap­tured reflect­ive sur­faces in cre­at­ive ways.»

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Create Stunning HDR Images with Aurora HDR by Macphun and Trey Ratcliff

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«Do you exper­i­ence the moment when the pho­tos you’ve taken don’t cap­ture what you saw? I’m pretty sure you aren’t the only one, I too exper­i­ence the same many times. The photo you took just doesn’t look as good. Even though the expos­ure is per­fect, but some part of the details are too dark or blown-out. There’s a solu­tion for this, it’s called HDR.»

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Want Untouchable Cinematic And Dramatic Shots? Master Color Grading: The Guide

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«If you’re a movie buff like I am, you’ll notice that movies often look quite dif­fer­ent than pho­tos, in both fram­ing and col­or bal­ance. I mean, aside from the obvi­ous fact it’s a motion pic­ture versus a still shot of course.»

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Understanding Aperture Is Important for Any Photographer. Read Why …

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«As a part of the expos­ure tri­angle, Aper­ture is one of the three ele­ments that affect expos­ure. Shut­ter Speed and ISO are the oth­er two ele­ments and any of these three can make or break a photo.»

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Night Photography Showcase

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«Brows­ing through high-qual­ity pho­to­graphs can be a great source of inspir­a­tion for design­ers. Get­ting inspir­a­tion from a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent sources, as opposed to only from web design gal­ler­ies, can lead to more cre­at­ive and ori­gin­al work. In this post we’ll show­case some beau­ti­ful examples of night pho­to­graphy.»

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10 Tips for Photographing Wide-Angle Landscapes

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«A wide-angle lens is con­sidered an essen­tial piece of gear for any land­scape pho­to­graph­er because it gives you a per­spect­ive that you can­not achieve with any oth­er lens. You’ll not only be able to pho­to­graph grand vis­tas, but you’ll see lines in a dif­fer­ent way, and emphas­ize sub­jects by get­ting super close.»

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Why Camera Filters Are Better Than Adding Filters in Post Production

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Per­haps it’s the rise of Ins­tagram that gave us the gradu­al and increas­ing accept­ance of post pro­duc­tion fil­ters. Today, many of the more strik­ing images we see have had some sort of fil­ter­ing applied to them, either phys­ic­al or digit­al – it has become the norm.»

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