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Five courses to up your landscape photography game
Ready to take your landscape photography to the next level? Here’s five courses from the 5DayDeal 2020 Main Bundle that...
Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 a great all-rounder for Sony photographers
When I first switched over to my Sony system, I had a basic kit lens which I bought with it....
On Photography: Eugène Atget, 1857-1927
"A good photograph is like a good hound dog, dumb, but eloquent." -Eugene Atget When photography was barely 25 years...
Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?
Whether you're an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges....
How I got the photo: Preying mantis macro image
A beautiful morning dawned with sun shining. I filled the watering can to add moisture to my chocolate mint plants....
Lessons from the field: Reframing failures
One of the hardest parts of starting out in any industry or job is your inevitable failures while learning and...
What does AI mean for portrait photographers?
All the big players in photography software are leaning heavily into artificial intelligence technology. As a family and wedding photographer,...
The top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents
With the election around the corner, wouldn’t it be fun to rank the top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents? I...
On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910
"Photography is a marvelous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, and art that excites the most astute...
Ricoh GR III: A street photographer’s dream?
The Ricoh GR III. It’s compact, it’s stealthy, it’s incredible in quality — the Ricoh GR III has undoubtedly been...
Kids on Pics, episode 3: Rule of thirds
This lesson is more so about composition. Composition is a big word for kids. I like to explain the rule...
Alpine landscapes turned alien worlds through infrared photography
Mountains are already magical places in their own right, but for some photographers, they can even be otherworldly. By unlocking...

Five courses to up your landscape photography game

Ready to take your landscape photography to the next level? Here’s five courses from the 5DayDeal 2020 Main Bundle that are guaranteed up your game, from shooting in the field to post-processing. Composition Made Easy and Frozen Waterfall Photography by

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On Photography: Eugène Atget, 1857-1927

“A good photograph is like a good hound dog, dumb, but eloquent.” -Eugene Atget When photography was barely 25 years old, Eugène Atget started photographing views of Paris, France that evolved into an over ten thousand image portrait of the

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Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?

Whether you’re an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges. But is it mandatory to be a victim of circumstances? I’m looking at the question. Why do some people are

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Lessons from the field: Reframing failures

One of the hardest parts of starting out in any industry or job is your inevitable failures while learning and growing. I don’t care who you are — you’re going to make mistakes and learn lessons the hard way. As

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What does AI mean for portrait photographers?

All the big players in photography software are leaning heavily into artificial intelligence technology. As a family and wedding photographer, tech that helps me cut down on repetitive and boring tasks is a welcome prospect. Adobe’s AI engine, Sensei, reportedly

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The top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents

With the election around the corner, wouldn’t it be fun to rank the top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents? I thought so, too. First, to be photogenic, a president had to be photographed a few times. Not only that, but

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On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

“Photography is a marvelous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, and art that excites the most astute minds — and one that can be practiced by any imbecile.” -Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) Becoming Nadar While best known as

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Kids on Pics, episode 3: Rule of thirds

This lesson is more so about composition. Composition is a big word for kids. I like to explain the rule of thirds to my kids as the place they position things in their photos. Sometimes it is not best to

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Female holding lemon quarter

Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?

Whether you’re an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges. But is it mandatory to be a victim of circumstances? I’m looking at the question. Why do some people are

Read More

Lessons from the field: Reframing failures

One of the hardest parts of starting out in any industry or job is your inevitable failures while learning and growing. I don’t care who you are — you’re going to make mistakes and learn lessons the hard way. As

Read More

What does AI mean for portrait photographers?

All the big players in photography software are leaning heavily into artificial intelligence technology. As a family and wedding photographer, tech that helps me cut down on repetitive and boring tasks is a welcome prospect. Adobe’s AI engine, Sensei, reportedly

Read More

The top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents

With the election around the corner, wouldn’t it be fun to rank the top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents? I thought so, too. First, to be photogenic, a president had to be photographed a few times. Not only that, but

Read More
On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

“Photography is a marvelous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, and art that excites the most astute minds — and one that can be practiced by any imbecile.” -Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) Becoming Nadar While best known as

Read More

Kids on Pics, episode 3: Rule of thirds

This lesson is more so about composition. Composition is a big word for kids. I like to explain the rule of thirds to my kids as the place they position things in their photos. Sometimes it is not best to

Read More

Six tips to capture autumn colors

With the autumn season upon us, now is the perfect time to go out and photograph the abundance of colors that signify the changing of the seasons. Whether you’re in the city or out in the county, creatively capturing the

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