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How to Create Silky Smooth Hyperlapse Photography Using Adobe Premiere Pro

One of the most noticeable downsides of still photography is how it limits the way motion can be captured.  Blurring, panning, and light streaking, for example, certainly have their place in photography and can provide creative ways to show motion, but a single photograph can’t capture movement the way time lapse photography does.  Even with technical equipment allowing cameras to …

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Photo Quiz – Test Your Photographic Knowledge

Modern photography can be a very complex and involved venture. There is so much to learn and so many terms, topics and techniques that it is enough to make anyone say “All that for a photo??” Below is a series of questions to test your Digital Photographic knowlegde. There will be some true and false questions and also multiple choice. …

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55 Tips for Better Portraits

If you are looking to improve your technical ability to take portraits, here are 55 tips, tricks, and techniques that will make you a better portrait photographer. Whether you are a beginner looking for advice from a professional or an experienced photographer looking to refresh your memory or try something new, take a look at the list below. The list …

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Studio Anywhere 2 by Nick Fancher – Book Review

Nick Fancher’s latest book, Studio Anywhere 2: A Photographer’s Guide to Shaping Hard Light, is the perfect guide for the photographer looking to understand and control a range of lighting situations, especially those involving a speedlight or two. With practical instructions, plentiful technical details, real-world business advice, and beautiful photographs, Mr. Fancher gives his readers a text to return to …

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10 Do’s and Don’ts of Digital Photography

The world of Digital Photography is exploding right now and has been for quite some time. The quality and availability of incredible equipment including camera bodies, lenses, flash gear, tripods, video devices, accesories, software, etc is just incredible. Never has there been a time where a person jumping into Photography has had such great access to gear that can have …

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6 Reasons Why Your Pictures are Blurry

We’ve all been there. You’re new to photography, you have a new camera, and you are producing some blurry images, but you’re not sure why. There are plenty of reasons why, so let me help you narrow it down. If your camera is in “Auto” mode (or sports/action, macro, etc modes), including aperture priority, shutter priority, programmed auto,  or even …