online photo projects

Get Creative This 2014: Must-Do Online Photo Projects

Another way to promote your services as a photographer online is by way of doing photo projects that will draw attention to your works and invite more viewers to your website portfolio. Here are some amazing online photo projects that still works wonders for many aspiring and professional photographers today. Remember not to be content in doing the project, but …

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photographing architectural landmarks

Tips on Photographing Architectural Landmarks

Architecture photography presents many different styles which gives each structure a unique character. Capturing it on a photograph provides an assortment of choices with its many styles; whether it’s classical, contemporary and post-modern is a very rewarding and at the same time challenging undertaking. Here are some tips on how to photograph architectural landmarks. Remember to be aware of the light’s …

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architectural landmarks

Tips on Photographing Architectural Landmarks

Architecture photography presents many different styles which gives each structure a unique character. Capturing it on a photograph provides an assortment of choices with its many styles; whether it’s classical, contemporary and post-modern is a very rewarding and at the same time challenging undertaking. Here are some tips on how to photograph architectural landmarks. Remember to be aware of the …

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reflection photographs

How to take Beautiful Reflection Photographs

Reflection photographs provide a romantic touch and spectacular results, but sometimes photographing subject’s reflections can become complicated than one would expect. This article will teach you how to get started with reflections photography and provides useful information on how it is done properly. Related posts: Capturing the Beauty of Copenhagen through Reflection Photos Effective Tips on Shooting Reflections Gorgeous Effects …

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Creative Ways to Shoot Winter Photos

Winter is often despised by many people including photographers. The cold becomes too much it dampens the outdoor spirit. However, if seen at a different perspective, winter really can offer a great creative opportunity to capture amazing photographs due to its unique traits such as light, snow and the overall dramatic texture and color of all subjects it envelops within. …

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Bringing Out the Beauty in Your Night Photography

Night photography is one of the best ways to produce stunning images. There is something about trailing lights, moonlight sky and other dazzling subjects that convey a wonderful picture to the eyes. Something, daytime photographs could not accomplish much. However, night time photography requires another set of skills and additional effort because of the lack of proper lighting. If done …

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snow photos

Capturing the Best Winter Photos

The time where days are shorter and the air is colder is also the time which provides a unique photography situation. Winter season is the time of the year when photographers are challenged to produce stunning images because it truly creates a vast room for creativity. This however, doesn’t neglect the fact that taking photographs during wintertime presents a daunting …

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Hyperfocal distance

A Closer Look at the Hyperfocal Distance

Hyperfocal distance is fundamentally the distance that photographers can focus to at any aperture setting, where the subsequent depth of field retains its sharpness in the scene from as perpetuity distance to the nearest possible point. The depth of field (How To Creatively Use Depth Of Field In Your Photos) is increased significantly when combining a small aperture together with …

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Bokeh photography

Capturing Bokeh in Your Photograph

“Bokeh” originated from the Japanese term boke, which means “haze” or “blur”. In photography, “bokeh” refers to the aesthetic quality of blur in a photograph. Bokeh is often found in areas that are not in focus, and most visible where points of light are present. These specular highlights and reflections are transformed into blurry dots that can greatly add visual …

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Infrared Photography

An Introduction to Infrared Photography

Infrared photography is very distinguishable, and you can almost immediately recognize an infrared (IR) photo when you see it. The colors and light give off a surreal, otherworldly appeal that can quickly hook a viewer’s interest. What makes this photography style so unique is that infrared-equipped cameras can capture near infrared or “invisible light”, a range in the light spectrum …

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photography blog

Spicing Up Your Photography Blog

Beautiful photographs are expected always of photography blogs. It’s an automatic requirement otherwise you will just waste domain fees and your website viewer’s time as well. The aim of having a photography blog is to entice website surfers to stay longer and engage them with your unique images. When your photography blog achieves this, it becomes a great marketing platform …

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Easy Double Exposure Photography Tips for Beginners

Double exposure photography is a very intriguing technique which combines two exposures into a single image. This method is proven to provide more appeal and is always used in many commercial means of photography. With the advent of digital photography, achieving double exposures has become easier than ever before. Most cameras now have built in features that allow photographers to …

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photographing landmarks

Twist and Technique in Photographing Landmarks

Photographing popular landmarks needs a new twist and technique. I’m sure we’ve all seen the famous images of the Eifel Tower, Great Wall of China, the Pyramids of Egypt, New York Times Square, Petronas Tower, the Coloseum in Rome and many other landmarks on iconic postcards and tourism campaign materials. The popularity of these images have embedded itself already on …

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Is Landscape Photography Being Ruined by Photoshop?

In the last few years critics of photo-editing software like Photoshop has been voicing their displeasure at how the explicit used of photo editing has ruined landscape photography. The topic has become a widely heated debate among photographers until a recent event reinforces the belief that it does ruin landscape photography. The recent stripping of David Byrne’s award, which he …

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