Monthly Archives: April 2016

3 Simple Tips for Subtle Landscape Photography Post-Processing

Landscapes are one of the most popular photography subjects, and for good reason. Nature is enchanting to the human eye, and it’s only natural for people to want to capture that stunning natural scene with cameras. Some landscape pros and … Continue reading

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Save Family Photos Three Scanning Hacks That Will Dramatically Improve your Family Photo Archives – Save Family Photos

If you’re reading this you’ve probably scanned more than a few of your own family photos. You already know how mind-numbingly frustrating it can be when your scans look nothing like your originals. Worse yet, Source: Save Family Photos Three … Continue reading

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Do You Take Photographs or Make Them?

In October 1978, the cover of National Geographic showed a self portrait of a gorilla using a camera. I’m serious—you can look it up if you would like. The cover shot was a self portrait, taken by a gorilla, and … Continue reading

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Beginner Tips for Shooting Action Photography – PictureCorrect

Digital camera owners who are not that experienced in taking photos often find it hard to capture the action scenes they so desire. With their subjects being mobile, they may not be aware of what to do with their camera … Continue reading

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How to Decide What Gear to Pack for a Wilderness Trip

Each year, I spend many weeks guiding, and exploring, in the mountains and rivers of Alaska. The trips are a mishmash of different adventures; base-camp trips, mellow canoe trips, backpacks over rugged terrain and high peaks, or multi-day whitewater rafting … Continue reading

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A Photographer’s Guide to Artistic Silhouette

There are various ways to tell a story. In photography that story keeps on changing with the ever-changing light and shadow. They play their dramatic roles with emotion and mood. Sometimes we highlight subjects, which lights do not want to … Continue reading

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Do These 5 Quick Exercises to Learn What Your New Camera Can Do

Have you learned everything your new camera can do yet? If not, then you’ve found the right article. Source: Do These 5 Quick Exercises to Learn What Your New Camera Can Do

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12 Common Newbie Photography Mistakes to Avoid

None of us are perfect and we all make mistakes. While some photographers might be naturally gifted, and just do amazing work from the moment a camera is put into their hands, that is not the case for most of … Continue reading

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