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How to Use Long Exposures to Up Your Photography Game

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If you’ve been itching to try your hand at daytime long exposure photography but aren’t sure how to jump in, here’s a great simple and straightforward 12-minute tutorial on the subject by photographer Adam Karnacz of First Man Photography. Karnacz covers all the basics and teaches through doing. The video ...

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What Should You Charge for Your Pro Photography?

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Figuring out how much to charge clients is a struggle shared by many photographers, particularly if you’re trying live off the fruits of your craft. In this 30-minute episode of their Picture This Podcast, photographers Tony and Chelsea Northrup spend half an hour discussing this topic and sharing advice. “It’s ...

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7 Tips and Tricks for Nikon Cameras

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Photographer Steve Perry‘s most popular video ever was his “7 Useful Camera Tricks for Nikon Shooters.” Now he’s back again with 7 more camera tricks that can help improve your shooting style and workflow. Here’s a rundown of the 7 tips (watch the video for more a closer look at ...

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Wedding Photographer Posing Guide: Poses That Work

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Do you often struggle when posing newlyweds, not knowing what to do next? Shooting under pressure, you then ask the couple to kiss while neglecting their body positioning, posture, hand movement and facial expression. The ingredients to a good portrait include: quality of light, composition, exposure and a flattering pose. ...

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How to Shoot and Edit Beer Can Photos

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Here’s a 6-minute video from Andrew Mikhaylov that looks at how you can easily shoot beer can photos using 4 light sources for that signatory reflection on the can. First off, the most important thing is to make sure your beer can is completely straight from the point of view of your ...

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The Problem of Color Contamination in Photography

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Whether you’re aware of the correct terminology or not, you have likely experienced color contamination happening in your photographs already. Put simply, color contamination is when one color is affected by the presence of another color in close proximity. For example, if you’re photographing two friends side by side, one ...

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