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The Best Camera Settings for Star Photography

In Landscape/Nature by Brad Goestsch3 Comments

What are the best settings for star photography? The answer to this question can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. “Best” really depends on a lot of external factors. In short—you want to capture as much light as you can without over exposing your image. That is the simplest …

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5 Well Known Photographers that Still Shoot Film

In Photo Basics by Michael Allen2 Comments

Film photography has been in the photographer’s news frequently. There was a particular website on which an article suggesting the antiquation of film photography was posted; the article has since been taken down, but it caused quite a stir not only for its content but also for plagiarizing an image from a photographer. One of …

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Where do Photographers Sign Prints?

In Marketing/Business by Kirk Bergman3 Comments

Signing a print is like putting a cherry on an ice cream sundae.  A professionally shot, edited, printed, and produced photograph doesn’t feel quite right without the photographer’s signature on it.  Some photographers prefer not to sign their prints for various reasons.  The two most common reasons I’ve heard are because they are afraid their …

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9 Tips to take your landscape photography to the next level

In Landscape/Nature by Rusty Parkhurst20 Comments

Landscape photography has always been my favorite shooting genre. There’s something intriguing about being outside, soaking up the sights and sounds all around, and basking in the wonderment of our natural world. The ability to capture moments in time makes it all more interesting. Capturing amazing landscape images, whether they are in some epic location …