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What to Write on Your Photography Website (So That People Will...

If you want to sell your prints or get hired as a photographer, you can’t just put your photos on display. You’re going...

The Best Fujifilm X-Series Kits for Travel Photography

Travel has always been my first love. In 1994 I bought my first camera – a Pentax Zoom 90 WR point and shoot...

How to Use Textures to Create Compelling Photographs

Adding textures to photos is a fun way of creating new pictures. In some respects, it’s not very different to printing your photos...

9 Creative Architecture Photography Techniques for Amazing Photos!

It’s great to get a technically sound photo, and architecture photos demand this. Getting the technical side of your photo correct should be...

How Mark Rothko’s Paintings Can Inspire Your Photography

I first encountered a painting by Mark Rothko when I was a uni student, perusing the National Gallery of Australia. Seeking the wisdom of...

How to Improve Your Photography by Changing Perspective

Sometimes I find myself stuck in a bit of a photographic rut, and it seems like no matter what I do I just...

Review: Yongnuo 50mm f/1.8 lens for Canon – At just US$50...

The 50mm f/1.8 lens, or as we call it, the ‘Nifty Fifty,’ is one of the most widely used lenses in the market....

A Beginners Guide to Taking Portraits of Elderly Clients: Part 1...

You often hear it said that outstanding photography is about storytelling. An image may not have perfect lighting ratios or razor sharpness, but...

How to Edit and Retouch Images Using Capture One Pro

Whilst we all flock to Photoshop for our retouching, Capture One now has a lot of great tools. But is it possible to...

Weekly Photography Challenge – Arches

This week’s photography challenge topic is ARCHES! Ryan Johnston Your photos can include anything includes anything that has arches. It can be architecture, human, objects, nature,...
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