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It’s been over three years since I published the list of my photography gear. What I recently realized is that the contents of my camera bag have tremendously changed over that period. Since ...

Read moreWhat’s In My Camera Bag – My Travel Photography Gear

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How to Take Pictures of Stars: A Beginner’s Guide to Astrophotography The How to Take Pictures of Stars Guide is the product of collaboration between Kevin Choifrom CapturetheMoment.pics and Viktor Elizarov from PhotoTraces.com. At some point in the photography journey, ...

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When you look at the featured photo, the scene looks colorful and vibrant. But it was not like that in reality; I cheated. It was December and, by that time, all the leaves ...

Read moreDecember Landscape (Montreal)

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When an aspiring photographer asks me the best way to improve as a landscape photograph, I always give the same answer without any hesitation: “Make sure the horizon is always straight in your ...

Read moreHow to Keep the Horizon Straight in Your Photos

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When an aspiring photographer asks me the best way to improve as a landscape photograph, I always give the same answer without any hesitation: “Make sure the horizon is always straight in your ...

Read moreHow to Keep the Horizon Straight in Your Photos

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I am not a winter person; I do not like the cold. Winter landscapes only excite me for a short period of time because they tend to be extremely monotonal. It is not ...

Read moreVibrant Sunset (Montreal)

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Exposure is one of the most fundamental concepts in photography. It is also a concept that we learn at the very beginning of our photography journey. Exposure in photography determines the amount of ...

Read moreHow to Fix an Overexposed Photo in Lightroom

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It was the middle of December before the official start of winter in Eastern Canada. The temperature unexpectedly dropped below -20°C, which is uncommon for this time of year. Then, we had extremely ...

Read moreTranslucent Icy Panorama (Montreal)

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The “undo” and “redo” commands are probably the most common and most used commands in any computer program. These commands make life a lot easier for users because they allow us to jump ...

Read moreHow to Undo in Lightroom (6 Different Ways)

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By now, pretty much every Lightroom user knows that preset-based editing is the fastest and most efficient way to edit a large number of photos in Lightroom. To do this, you record your ...

Read moreBatch Editing: How to Apply a Preset to Multiple Photos in Lightroom

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