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Article: Photo Experience

Whether you're a total beginner or an experienced pro, there's always something new to learn in photography. Whether you're a...

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Article: Ground Control

Drones are a hot-button topic. Drones are a hot-button topic. It seems every few days there's a new story considering the...

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Article: Remote Control

Controlling your camera remotely is useful in a variety of situations, from macro photography to group portraits to positioning your camera in places where you can't comfortably be.

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Article: Seeing The Light

We all want to get the very best in-camera exposure, and a good exposure is all about correctly capturing light, the main element in every photograph.

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Article: Street Portraits

There's some debate about exactly what street photography is, and this debate also spills over into the realm of street portraiture.

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Article: Balanced Illumination

Low-light flash photography can be frustrating, especially when you're new to it. Low-light flash photography can be...

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Article: Exploring Fall Colors

We come inside with dewy shoes and arms full of firewood. We come inside with dewy shoes and arms full of firewood....

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Article: Stranger In A Strange Land

When we travel, either to the other side of the world or to the other side of the country, making good people pictures can be a rewarding experience.

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Article: Liquid Landscapes

Reflections are the beauty of a childhood imagined. Reflections are the beauty of a childhood imagined. The daydream of life...

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Article: Playing With Color

In Photoshop and in Lightroom, as well as in most image-editing apps, we can control the color in our photographs.

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Article: Photographing Architecture

Whether your destination is close to home or across the globe, vacation travel presents a chance to photograph interesting architecture.

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Article: Underwater World

As an everyday photographer, I'm drawn to capture the watery reflective mood and shared experience of swimming.

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Article: The Great American Camping Trip

So begins certainly one of my favorite parts of the experience: capturing it all through my lens. Whenever I think about...

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Article: Let Patience Yield The Magic

Earlier this year, my daughter and I visited the Magic Kingdom. Earlier this year, my daughter and I visited the...

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Article: The Painterly Portrait

While studying the painting, I observed the shadow and highlight areas of the painting, as well as the highlights on the girl's hair and arms.

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Article: Lighting For Success

Three types of portraits have generated a lot of business for me through the years: executive headshots, sports portraits and beauty shots. I

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Article: From Flat To Fairy Tale

When I teach digital enhancements, I suggest to my students that the subject itself often recommends a certain special effect, filter or plug-in.

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Article: Sharpness Is Essential

If you're going to make money with your photography, you absolutely have to make sure your images are sharp.

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Article: The Beauty Of Available Light

When many people think of a professional portrait photographer, this often conjures up images of someone like Richard Avedon, darting around frantically with a light meter, taking readings from all different angles in a high-paced and frenetic setting...

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Article: Art Of The Diptych

We strive in photography to shoot "the shot," often concentrating on one singular image at a time.

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Article: Layers Of Emotion

Each year, I choose one word to guide me through the year. Each year, I choose one word to guide me through the year....

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Article: The Positives Of Negative Space

As photographers, we often get so involved in selecting, positioning and composing for the subject that we can forget the unrelated factors that have just as much of an impact on the composition as the main subject itself.

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Article: Shot In The Dark

A barrage of questions is hurling my way in the frozen, ink-black night.

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Article: Dramatic Portrait Light

There's an old adage about portraiture: If you want an interesting portrait, don't light the entire subject.

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Article: Discovering Magic

I've always enjoyed shooting out of focus (on purpose) for images that feel more like dreams than reality.

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Article: The Landscape Of Black-And-White

Living in a Southern California beach community comes with a lot of things, or perhaps better said, a lot of trade-offs.

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Article: The Black & White Print

Making a great black-and-white print starts with a good subject and composition, spot-on exposure and skillful postprocessing, but it doesn't stop there.

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Article: Subjects That Move You

When they boarded the bus for our first shoot at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the boys had skateboards in hand. When...

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Article: Knockout Black & White

What exactly draws photographers to the black-and-white image?

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Article: The Painterly Image

For most photographers, taking pictures is only a part of the creative image-making process.

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