Photography Blogs & Tutorials

There are people who want to stand out, but also those who feel better when they blend in. But photographer Joseph Ford brings these two together, no matter how strange that may sound. His photography project Knitted Camouflage simply cant get unnoticed. And yet, the subjects in his photos blend in with the environment. Josephs […]

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I am a national parks buff – I mean I am really crazy about traveling to national parks all over the world. As a family, we have been known to pack our bags at the drop of a hat, load up the car and head out for a visit to our fabulous national parks. National parks provide some of the best landscapes and vistas you can find.

Because much of the land and natural resources are protected, you really get to see nature at its very best. There is so much to see, do, explore, and of... more

Dustin Dolby fromWorkphlois known for his product photography tutorials that give professional results without too much fancy gear. In his latest video, he shows you how to shoot small products using a $10 IKEA Melodi lamp. This time, you wont need an IKEA lamp as a light source. Instead, it serves as a sort of […]

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After a few pictures leaked out yesterday and today’s earlier announcement of the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 lens for Sony, Tamron now give us the70-210mm F4 Di VC USD lens for Nikon and Canon DSLRs. A slightly slower, lighter weight alternative to the Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2. Aimed at the budget conscious shooter […]

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How Much Should You Charge? Each year, I write and updatethis article for photographers. In my opinion, this post is more important than the latest lighting technique, Lightroom plugin, or posing technique for professional photographers. Why? Because understanding the concepts within this article allows you to continue to do what you love over the long […]

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Photography is a key part of advertising a property for real estate sales. But just as stunning images show the property looking its best, the opposite is also true. Poor photography, with blurred, sloping rooms, and out of focus images does little to inspire viewings.

Here are some basic, but important, steps to help you improve the quality of your interior photos. You’ll see what causes photographs to turn out blurry, and get some handy tips on equipment and techniques to avoid... more

After releasing a few images of what is reported to be Canon’s next mirrorless offering, Nokishita have released a few more images of the EOS M50, along with a pretty extensive set of specs, too. Overall, it doesn’t look too bad. 10fps shooting, ISO 100-25600, 4K video, CC-Raw, and “Pupil detection AF” which sounds an […]

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Photoshop is a complex program, so it’s “normal” to have minor bugs and small issues. But, while minor bugs are usually forgiven, deleting files, even on rare occasions, is not something that shouldever happen We’ve found a somewhat rare occasion that can delete your file – and this is not a minor issue, this is […]

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What is it that makes one picture appear dull and another more striking? What is it that makes some tones appear detailed and others smooth and transient? The answer to both of these questions involves the issues of color hue, color purity, and tone distribution.

This street scene in Prague is the original underexposed camera image.

The same image after tonal and color adjustments have been applied.

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If youd like to pair your full-frame Sony mirrorless camera with a 28-75mm f/2 lens from Tamron, youll soon have a chance to do it. Tamron has announced that they are developing a fast standard zoom lens: the 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD (Model A036), intended for full frame Sony E-mount cameras. They promise high-quality […]

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