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I am always on the hunt for great information on photography, especially if its free! Today we have gathered 10 FREE ebooks for you to download and enjoy! This collection covers the basics of digital photography, lighting setups, food photography, nature photography tips and more.

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Dandelions are a beautiful sign that summer is approaching. They start flowering in late spring and flourish through the summer and early autumn. When their flowers drop off, they produce fluffy heads of seeds that float away in the wind. Though some gardeners view dandelions as weeds, the hardy plants are actually beneficial to a […]

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Most photographers have a few locations they love visiting over and over for gorgeous shots. They might even believe their favorite photography spot is among the best in the world. But in fact, there’s no objective list of best photography locations. Every photographer is biased according to their culture and interests. If they’d learned photography […]

The post Finding Great Photography Locations for Beautiful Photographs appeared first on The Photo Argus.

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The Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris has been a beloved architectural beauty for centuries. The cathedral is full of art and craftsmanship and draws millions of visitors every year. When part of the cathedral was destroyed in a fire on April 15th, 2019, some of this beauty was lost forever. While there’s been an outpouring of […]

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Black and white photography has a way of letting the viewer really experience the image. Composition, light/shadow, texture and tonal qualities all become more obvious and important when color is absent.

The post 60 Inspiring Examples of Black and White Photography appeared first on The Photo Argus.

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The Eiffel Tower is one of the most photographed tourist sites in the world. There are so many Eiffel Tower pictures out there that you might wonder whether it’s worth taking yet another shot of the landmark. However, even the most cliché photography subjects can be transformed into something fresh and new with some thoughtfulness. […]

The post 45 Unique and Beautiful Eiffel Tower Pictures appeared first on The Photo Argus.

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If you love traveling, being outdoors, and pushing yourself physically to capture places that none have photographed before, you might enjoy a career in landscape photography. To show you what’s possible, we’ve put together a list of 25 excellent landscape photography portfolios from professionals currently working in the industry. The photographers in this list come […]

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I'm sure most of you have heard of the term bokeh. Basically it is referring to the aesthetic quality of the blur produced from a shot with shallow depth of field. Determining factors of bokeh are things like lens aberrations and shape of lens aperture.

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Forced perspective photography is when the subject of an image looks smaller/larger or closer/farther away than it actually is. This optical illusion happens when the background and foreground of a photo seem to interact due to the photo’s composition. This technique is often used humorously, but it can also be beautiful, meaningful, and even practical. […]

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We had a ton of great submissions to the showcase challenge, "Concert". Here are a few of our favorites. Enjoy.

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