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Some of the Pros of Using Micro Four-Thirds Cameras for Wildlife...

Micro four-thirds (MFT) cameras have been on the market for 10 years now and have grown to be a preferred option for professionals...

Editing Gently: 3 Tips for Processing Realistic Landscape Photos

A well-processed photograph should be just like a good haircut. That’s one of my favorite analogies when it comes to explaining my approach to...

How Aesthetic Differs from Style and Why it Matters

A question often seen in photography groups and forums is, “How do I develop a photographic style?” or, “How do I know what...

Tips for Great Lighting for Pet Photography

Pet photography is both challenging and extremely rewarding. You may really enjoy taking pictures of your own pets but if you apply some...

REVIEW: LaCie DJI Copilot BOSS External Hard Drive

The LaCie DJI CoPilot BOSS is a portable hard drive with an internal battery and added interfaces. The interfaces include an SD card...

Guide to Choosing Subjects and Compositions for Flower Photography

How does the budding flower photographer go about selecting subjects and choosing compositions? In this article, I will give a detailed answer to...

How to Survive Portrait Sessions with Difficult Children

In this article, you’ll get some tips on how to survive photo sessions with difficult children. When you imagine photographing your client’s family session,...

Quick Beginner’s Guide to Processing RAW Files in Photoshop Adobe Camera...

Do you shoot RAW but then open it without processing? When you take a photo in RAW format, regardless of the name each...

Weekly Photography Challenge – Peaceful

This week your photography challenge is one that can be difficult to find in today’s busy and hectic world – peace! Your mission,...

Beginner’s Guide to Natural Light in Landscape Photography

Photography is all about light. The same scene with the same composition can look completely boring under one set of lighting conditions and...
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