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Tips for handholding a large telephoto lens
Mobile Mondays: Three useful apps for film photographers
How to create a bokeh background using water
A photographer father as a first teacher, hero and love
Create beautiful black and white portraits using one light
Why 50mm works great for street photography
Tips for using black background for all types of photography
Film photography tips: Composing for 6×6 format
Depicting LGBTQ intimacy for “Kiss with Pride”
Mobile Mondays: Plan your outdoor photoshoots with these useful apps
Choosing the best camera settings for landscape photography
Nostalgic waist-level views from the 1960 Edixa Reflex

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A photographer father as a first teacher, hero and love

With Father’s Day in full swing, I’m sure many of you already have plans to celebrate, with or without something photography-related included. Whichever the case, I’m sure you’ll find today’s featured body of work a touching visual story. For Father’s

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Why I Love 50mm for Street Photography (and a look at Elliott Erwitts new book) - youtube

Why 50mm works great for street photography

When it comes to street photography, 35mm is typically the recommended focal length because of its semi-wide angle view. It’s wide enough for including more of the scene in your frame, or even shooting in cramped locations. But, it also

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6 Tips For Composing 6x6 Format (Square Crop) - youtube

Film photography tips: Composing for 6×6 format

Most film photographers who start shooting medium format film often do using 6×6 format. Most of us are no strangers to square framing, thanks to Instagram. Still, if you’re used to shooting mostly in 35mm format, composing for 6×6 can

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Why I Love 50mm for Street Photography (and a look at Elliott Erwitts new book) - youtube

Why 50mm works great for street photography

When it comes to street photography, 35mm is typically the recommended focal length because of its semi-wide angle view. It’s wide enough for including more of the scene in your frame, or even shooting in cramped locations. But, it also

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6 Tips For Composing 6x6 Format (Square Crop) - youtube

Film photography tips: Composing for 6×6 format

Most film photographers who start shooting medium format film often do using 6×6 format. Most of us are no strangers to square framing, thanks to Instagram. Still, if you’re used to shooting mostly in 35mm format, composing for 6×6 can

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STOP USING S-CURVES, do THIS instead: (Lightroom tone curves) - youtube

Lightroom tip: Use tone curve instead of S-curves

One of the things that photographers first learn in photo editing is the using the S-curve. This technique using the Curves command in Photoshop is actually a powerful tool for tweaking the brightness, contrast, and colors of your photos. It

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