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Bigger is always better, right? When it comes to tacos – yes. But with cameras size can become a liability. And while I don’t mind larger cameras, it’s always nice to encounter one that squeezes some incredibly big features into an oh so small package. I’d heard about the Osmo Pocket from DJI and seeing […]
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London is, in my possibly biased opinion, the finest city to photograph. There’s a fantastic mixture of the old (and I mean really old) and the new, with hidden gems around every corner. I grew up and still live very near to London, so it’s a city I know incredibly well. In this article I’m […]
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With digital cameras becoming so advanced in picking up on natural light, we almost rarely “need” to use flash to create more light. Of course in some situations it is absolutely necessary. But just because we don’t necessarily need additional lighting doesn’t mean we shouldn’t use it in some situations. Here are a few ways […]
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Even a novice can appreciate the value of low light photography. Buildings and other objects that normally seem trivial and mundane can look extraordinary in low light conditions. However, even experienced photographers are sometimes challenged when it comes to getting the proper exposure and right focus in less-than-perfect light. Here are five mistakes in low […]
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If you’re just getting started with landscape photography, or if you have some experience but you’re looking to improve your skills, there are a few common mistakes you should be aware of. If you work to avoid these mistakes, you’ll find the quality of your landscape and nature photos will improve significantly. 1. Photographing in […]
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Without light there is no photograph. So, understanding how light works is pretty essential for any photographer! Natural light might seem simple, but different times of day have a different effect on light, which you need to understand in order to get the best possible shots. It’s perfectly possible to get great photos at any […]
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Photography is an exciting hobby/profession for many different reasons. One of them is there’s always some new and impressive camera being released or rumored. It’s a competitive industry, so the companies that make cameras are continually trying to improve and out-do each other, and they’re very good at marketing their latest cameras. That type of […]
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The past few years have seen a rising interest in professional photography, and in 2018 the industry grew by 1.6 percent. This means that for anyone interested in photography for beginners, this is the right time to start learning. Every photographer has their own unique style and techniques that make them stand out, but when […]
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Whether you are shooting a family of five or an individual subject, to be a great portrait photographer, there are several things you need to learn to master and get right to produce professional images. Here are some tips on things that will keep you on top of your portrait photography “game” and leave your […]
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One picture is worth ten thousand words. This quote, which is attributed to Frederick R. Barnard who, in turn, stated his source to be a popular Japanese philosopher, perfectly captures what photographers want to achieve with their photos. Yes, taking photos is more than just preserving memories; it’s also about telling stories and capturing emotions. […]
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