4 Effective Tips to Improve the Quality of Low Angle Shots

A trio of Ground Squirrels in the Kalahari desert engaging in mutual social grooming

There’s more to this world than what normally meets the eyes. Shots taken by pro photographers often bring out this “moreness”, when we go through those snaps, an oomph feeling kicks in and we end up praising the photographer and the hard work he’d put up to capture the feel that the photo emits. Low angle shots can turn a mundane object to More...

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By Tristan Taylor On Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
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9 Wildlife Photography Tips For Beginners

It is a myth that wildlife photography is for professionals. But, there are lots of experienced amateurs who take outstanding wildlife photographs. Usually, beginning amateur photographers shoot average quality More...

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By Tristan Taylor On Friday, November 14th, 2014
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5 Quick Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography

Do you love nature? Have you ever felt amazed at the things that it offers? If you have, then surely you must have longed to bring your experience back home. To freeze the moments of joy close to nature in pictures More...

star trail photography video tutorial
By Vidhu S On Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
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Star Trail Photography Tutorial and Tips [Video]

Star trail photography is one of the fascinating genres in photography. Star trails are created during a long exposure due to earth’s rotation. Making a star trail photograph is a dream for most of the photographers More...

maple leaf -- foliage photography
By Tristan Taylor On Friday, October 24th, 2014
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Top 5 Tricks to Make the Best of Foliage Photography

Foliage! Well, whether you know or not, they can fill nature with color. And, especially during the fall, foliage can be extremely wonderful. They usually have so many colors that you will remain staring at them More...

surreal photography -- blurring technique
By Tristan Taylor On Monday, September 22nd, 2014
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7 Techniques to Create the best Surreal Photography

Surreal in photography is an artistic and intellectual movement originated in France in the early 1920s, and is best known for its stunning artworks and writing. The aim of this movement is to push the limits of More...

East Canyon Wildflower Sunset - Utah Landscape
By Tristan Taylor On Monday, August 4th, 2014
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Innovative Landscape Photography Tips and Tricks You Have Never Tried Before

When you wish to think about landscape photography you envision snowcapped mountains, quiet landscapes or pristine beaches. But what will you do when this type of location is unavailable or perhaps you want to shoot More...

Printed photos
By Tristan Taylor On Thursday, June 5th, 2014
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7 Trendy Photo Printing Tips for the Photographers

Buying a photo printer is not sufficient. As a photographer you must know how to make most out of your photo printer. Gone are the days when the photographers spent long hours inside the dark room for generating More...

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By Guest Post On Sunday, April 20th, 2014
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5 must-read Instagram tips for iphone users

Without a doubt, Instagram has taken its toll on the lives of Smartphone photographers. Just last year, Mashable reported that the popular photo- and video-sharing platform had reached the 150-million user mark, More...

Emmet Gowin, Nancy, Twine and Cloth Construction, 1971, printed 1988
By Guest Post On Monday, January 6th, 2014
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Emmet Gowin’s Insider’s View with Circular Formatting

Photographer Emmet Gowin (b. 1941) was one of the first photographers to bring to light the effectiveness of using a circular lens in large format photography (circular formatting). He understood that in life, the More...