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Sponsored Tip: Creating A Personal Palette

A very simple way to think about color and tone is to orchestrate them as if they sat at either end of a see-saw: if you raise contrast, try lowering saturation, and vice-versa.
Damian Greene
This Article Features Photo Zoom This tip article by Brian Dilg, comes to us courtesy of New York Film Academy Photography School, where he serves as the Chair of the New York Film Academy Photography Conservatory. Dilg is an internationally published and collected photographer and award-winning filmmaker with over 20…

Fighting Insidious Lens Flare

Some lens flare is obvious and dramatic. It produces specular highlights and disembodied orbs and streaks of light—caused by light bouncing around through the optics in your lens—that show up obviously in your pictures.
Damian Greene
This Article Features Photo Zoom Some lens flare is obvious and dramatic. It produces specular highlights and disembodied orbs and streaks of light—caused by light bouncing around through the optics in your lens—that show up obviously in your pictures. This dramatic lens flare can sometimes be a useful creative tool.…

Web Site Advice For New Professionals

Mike Cavroc is a wildlife and nature photographer based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Damian Greene
This Article Features Photo Zoom Mike Cavroc is a wildlife and nature photographer based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Though his photographic passions run primarily to road trips to photograph predatory animals and the Teton mountains, its his status as a PhotoShelter Certified Consultant that led our paths to cross. Mike…

Six Fixes For Flyaway Hairs

I shoot portraits for a living. That means part of my living is tied to my ability to make a portrait subject happy with their appearance
Damian Greene
This Article Features Photo Zoom I shoot portraits for a living. That means part of my living is tied to my ability to make a portrait subject happy with their appearance. And that means I have to keep an eye on subtle details that can make or break a photograph.…

How To Edit Your Photos

I’m the first to admit that I’m not a very good photo editor. I can actually do a nice job if I’m editing someone else’s work
Damian Greene
This Article Features Photo Zoom I'm the first to admit that I'm not a very good photo editor. I can actually do a nice job if I'm editing someone else's work—whether it's a portfolio edit or helping to pull out the images that tell a story best in a photo…

How To Take Pictures Through A Fence

If you’ve ever photographed animals at a zoo or taken pictures of kids playing any number of sports, chances are you’ve had to try to shoot through a chain link fence.
Damian Greene
This Article Features Photo Zoom If you've ever photographed animals at a zoo or taken pictures of kids playing any number of sports, chances are you've had to try to shoot through a chain link fence. If you happened to do it just right, you may not have noticed much…
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