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Discover How to Master Off-Camera Flash like a Pro

August 7th, 2018|

If you want to figure out how to get amazing results like the pros, the secret is off-camera flash. Phil Steele has just released the sequel to one of the best off-camera flash courses we’ve ever promoted through Digital Photography School. And it has been [...]

6 Tips To Help You Improve Your Documentary Photos

August 6th, 2018|

Documentary photos can have a powerful impact on viewers. They can notify people of an issue that they wouldn’t otherwise know about. Documentary images can help focus attention on different cultures that are rarely seen by other people. They can inspire, tell stories, and above [...]

How to do Extreme Close-Up Photography with a Macro Bellows

August 6th, 2018|

Macro photography is technically designated as the ability to photograph subjects at magnifications equal to or greater than life size. This means that if the subject’s projection size on the camera’s sensor is the same size as the subject itself, then you have life-size magnification, [...]

Tips for Shooting Out of Focus Cityscape Bokeh Images at Blue Hour

August 5th, 2018|

You have probably seen out of focus cityscape bokeh photos with pleasing lights, like the photo below. The term “bokeh” comes from the Japanese word “boke”, which can be translated as “blur”. You should be familiar with bokeh effect that is typically seen in portrait [...]

Weekly Photography Challenge – Portraits

August 4th, 2018|

I did portraits and weddings as commissioned work for years. To this day, people photography is still my favorite thing to do. So, whether you’re into travel, street, or full-on portrait photography you can practice your people skills with this week’s photography challenge. Natural light [...]

5 Tips to Improve Your Portrait Photos

August 4th, 2018|

In this 7-minute video, photographer Craig Beckta has 5 tips that will help improve your portrait photos drastically. ? #1 Use Off-Camera Flash “The larger the light source and the closer it is to your subject, the softer the light,” says Beckta. He also prefers to use [...]

10 Things You Can Learn About Photography from Elliott Erwitt

August 3rd, 2018|

I’ve always been a huge fan of the photographer Elliott Erwitt. His photography is sharp, often very funny and captures a sometimes silly, sometimes ridiculous part of our human experience. His way of talking about photography is wonderful. He is a super pragmatic person who [...]

3 Tips For Photographing Kids in Harsh Light

August 2nd, 2018|

You’ve probably heard that the absolute best time for taking gorgeous portraits is before sunset at golden hour. I love the golden hour as much as the next photographer. But I’m also a mom, and I know the importance of being able to capture photographs [...]