• Simplify Your Architecture Photography With These 4 Tips

    Published Friday, May 25th, 2018

    Architectural shots can make for stunning pieces of art to hang on the wall or hare among your social media circles. But there’s more to taking winning shots than just aiming your camera at an interesting piece of architecture and grabbing a quick snapshot. There are a few things you need to keep in mind […]

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  • Tips To Help You Capture Eye Catching Texture Photos

    Published Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

    As photographers in training, we should really take the time to explore the importance of textures and how to effectively use it in our photography. Why? That’s simple. Because photos of interesting textures are innately eye catching. Why wouldn’t we want to be able to harness that power and use it to improve our compositions? […]

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  • 20 Stunning Photos Of National Parks To Inspire You To Take More Nature Photos

    Published Thursday, May 17th, 2018

    Nature is great place to find inspiration to take stunning photos. Some of the best places to immerse you and your camera in nature is in one of the world’s many National Parks. To inspire you to get outdoors and capture more nature photography–and support the National Parks–we’ve curated 20 jaw dropping photos that were […]

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  • Getting Your Foot In The Door Of The Event Photography Industry

    Published Monday, May 14th, 2018

    Event photography can be a lucrative business for the photographer who is looking to make a full-time living using their camera skills. And while getting paid to attend awesome events and take photos sounds like a dream job, there’s still a business side that will need to be managed and promoted. This often requires new […]

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  • 3 Secrets To Sharp Long Exposure Photography

    Published Thursday, May 10th, 2018

    If you’re shooting long exposure photos, the chances you get some blur in the shot are greatly increased. Many times, it’s a welcomed effect and often the intention. That being said, we can sometimes get some blur in our long exposures that’s less than desirable. Here are three quick ways you can you combat it: […]

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  • 5 Quick Tips To Take Better Candid Portraits

    Published Monday, May 7th, 2018

    Candids are one of my personal favorite styles of photos–especially when it comes to portraits. For me, it’s all about capturing the essence of a moment in an unguarded and natural way. Since a lot of people are at least a little camera shy, a candid shot can really help! Of course, there’s a little […]

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  • 20 Vibrant Shots That Showcase The Power Of Color In Photography

    Published Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

    Color is undoubtedly a photographer’s best friends. We can use it in all sorts of ways to make our photos pop and become more powerful. Color can also be used as a storytelling tool, a way to trigger certain emotions, and a whole bunch of other admirable attributes. Which is exactly why I’ve taken the […]

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  • How To Take Keepsake Photos Of Your Children

    Published Monday, April 30th, 2018

    Chances are, if you have children, or spend any time around them you’re going to want to take some photos of all that cuteness. But not just any old snapshot, you want to take a photo that’s totally frame worthy and will be cherished for generations to come. If you’re aiming to shoot keepsake photos […]

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  • 20 Black & White Photos That Will Make You Forget About Color Photography

    Published Saturday, April 21st, 2018

    Black and white photography has long been admired among the fine art world and has been a particular favorite of street photographers too. However, in modern times, it has began to take the backseat to it’s more vibrant counterpart, color photography. That only makes sense given the advancements in technology. But that doesn’t mean black […]

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  • Why Instagram is #1 for photographers

    Published Saturday, April 21st, 2018

    Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Snapchat, Pinterest – there are so many social networks to choose from. It’s tough to decide which ones to set yourself up on, and which ones to focus your time on. The good news is that for photographers, the choice should be simple. Instagram is your number one social network. Here’s why […]

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  • Tips To Improve Your Smartphone Photography

    Published Thursday, December 28th, 2017

    I almost always carry my DSLR around with me so I’m always ready to grab a great shot. As much as I hate lugging around all that extra weight, it’s a good habit that helps me shoot more and take better photos. That being said, there’s always going to be times when the perfect photo […]

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  • 3 Things You Can Do To Improve Photos That You Don’t Need Your Camera To Do

    Published Thursday, December 21st, 2017

    We talk a lot about shooting techniques and editing methods to help you take better photos. Of course, practicing photography is a vital aspect of advancing your skills. But while shooting as much as possible is a good idea, there are also other things you can be doing that will prove to be equally helpful. […]

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  • 2 Things You Should Be Doing When Importing Your Photos Into Lightroom

    Published Monday, December 11th, 2017

    When I first got my DSLR, I had no plan on how I was going to store, file, and back-up all those digital files I was about to take. Truth is, I totally underestimated just how many photos I’d be taking. Not have an effective and efficient way to file away all those photos was a […]

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  • How To Take Better Portraits Of Your Pets

    Published Wednesday, December 6th, 2017


    Anyone who uses the internet knows pet photos rule the digital world. Just try to login into Facebook without being presented at least one adorable dog or cat photo. No complaints, though, our fuzzy companions often prove to be irresistibly photogenic. With that in mind, if you want to take more than just a quick snapshot […]

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  • The Three Most Important Things To Remember When Shooting Portraits

    Published Friday, October 6th, 2017

    Portrait photography is a great jumping off point for new photographers looking to build their skills. In fact, the desire to take great photos of people, often friends and family, is quite often the motivation behind taking the first steps on a photography journey. People love to photograph people! Even photographers who primarily focus on […]

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