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Top 5 Photography Tips to Improve Your Photos - Photography Tutorial

One of the easiest ways to improve your photography is by taking photos of interesting subjects. Of course, you can take great creative photos of uninteresting subjects, but if you choose an interesting subject to photograph in the first place, it makes taking a great photo much easier.

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How to Capture a Large Festival - Photography Tutorial

Howdy guys!

This photography tutorial will give you a few tips about how you can beautifully capture large festivals and frame as for ever memories!

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How to Photograph a Concert from the Cheap Seats - Photography Tutorial

Have you ever sat in a stadium at a concert or sporting event and wanted to capture the moment?

You pull out your point and shoot camera out of your pocket and line up the shot, check it’s on Auto and – FLASH!!! – you got it…. or did you?


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5 Photo Items to Pack for your Next Vacation - Photography Tutorial

For many of us vacations, or holidays, can be a stressful time, photographically speaking. The types of trips we're talking about here are the ones flying to a location with solid photography potential and the whole family is in tow. These trips often call for a certain level of compromise on the part of any picture taking parent.

Not only is gear space and weight important, the shooting potential when on a family trip can often be limited, and for good reason.






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5 Situations When Manual Focus is Better than Auto Focus - Photography Tutorial

Digital Cameras present photographers with an ever increasing array of Automatic and Semi Automatic shooting modes. Most of these center around different ways of exposing your shots – however many cameras also give options for different focusing modes (auto, continuous focusing for moving subjects and manual).

It’s no wonder then that many photographers never make use of their camera and lens’ ability to focus manually. In fact this week I spoke with one DSLR owner recently who hadn’t even noticed the manual/auto focus switch on the side of his lens.

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How to Tap into your Creative Mojo - Photography Tutorial

Whether you’re a newbie or you’ve been a pro for years, there may be a point when you need a little help tapping into your creative mojo! Hey, even us right-brainers need to refresh our creativity from time to time!

Here are a few ideas to help boost your creativity.

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Understanding Basic Light Properties - Photography Tutorial

The way light acts upon a subject will depend on the physical properties each light source presents. Before taking on the challenge of creative photographic lighting it will be worth your while to understand some of these properties.

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How to Use Auto Exposure Lock on a DSLR Camera - Photography Tutorial

The auto exposure lock (AE-L) function on a D-SLR camera lets you physically lock the exposure reading from anywhere in the scene. You can use it on its own or at the point where you focus the image.

All digital SLR cameras have an auto exposure lock button. When you press the AE-L button, the current exposure settings are fixed (locked) so that they can’t change as you recompose the shot – even if the level of light alters as you aim the camera elsewhere.

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How to do HDR Shooting - Photography Tutorial

HDR how? This is a simple how-to HDR tutorial to help you create amazing HDR photographs that make viewers say, “Wow!”

Everyone can take an impressive looking HDR photo. Follow these easy steps and you can be creating HDR masterpieces today.

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Misty a Photomanipulation - Photography Tutorial

In this tutorial, we will show you the process we took to create an eye-catching composition. Brush usage is the key part of this work.

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