Category Archives: Creativity

Your Headshot Photographer Lesson To Taking Great Headshots

Your Headshot Photographer Lesson to Taking Great Headshots If you want to make a name as a photographer, you need to master the art of headshot photography. Every individual will need a headshot photo at some point in their lives, and if you want to stand out from this industry, you need to deliver excellent […]

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How To Take Stunning Black and White Wedding Photos

Ah, weddings! Who doesn’t want to witness the solemnity of two individuals becoming one in the presence of their loved ones, right? We always say wedding photography is one of the most romantic professions in the world. Wedding photographers capture the sincerest times; they see the beauty of people and the event through their small […]

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Advanced techniques: eBook on Trick Photography

Came across this fascinating eBook on special effects photography – or as authorEvan Sharboneau calls it “Trick Photography.” Lots of great ideas on creating wonderful artistic photos that are limited only by your imagination once you learn the techniques.     Check out his book HERE.

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Shooting in Black and White: Rediscovering the Monochrome Magic

Black and white photography can be intimidating for beginning photographers. However, you don’t have to be a veteran photographer to start shooting in black and white photography. Here are some ways that you can add black and white photography to your portfolio. Why it’s Magical Shooting black and white photographs can be an extremely effective […]

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Adding ‘meaning’ to your images

Here’s a great idea to help you flex your creative muscles for photography.   To really push the artistic side of your photography – choose a random word from the dictionary, a book on your coffee table, or from a ‘word of the day page’ (ie http://www.wordthink.com/). Really study that word and what it means. […]

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Manual mode – do I need it?

Assuming you have or are interested in a camera with manual capability – have you wondered WHY you might want to go to manual mode instead of letting the camera decide? Here’s the real deal – automatic modes work great with fairly even light coming from slightly behind you and the tones you’re photographing are […]

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Thinking about ‘Going Pro’? The sad truth.

You love photography – so do I. It is wonderful to capture special moments and share them with others. Some of us use our cell-phones, and some use very expensive digital cameras. As a hobby and a past-time – it can help us record our personal and family history, and show others how we view […]

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A paid photo lessons site

Your Guide to Digital Photography Review Seller: Learn Digital Photography Now Website Summary: The “Your Guide to Digital Photography” by Dan Feildman is a downloadable guide for digital photography beginners and those looking for better results from their digital photography. Product Details: There are a number of components to this learning product including – –   […]

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Bathroom 100

This is a great exercise to push your ability to find interesting compositions anywhere. Go into the bathroom, lock the door and take 100 photos of the bathroom itself. The first 30 or so are easy. By the time you’re done, you’ll find yourself looking at a lot of things a bit different.

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