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Portrait photography tip: Mixing different light qualities
How to create beautiful portrait lighting using v-flats
What’s the difference between hard and soft light?
Making a small light source big
Which light modifier should you get for studio portraits?
Edging the competition with the Genaray Trailblazer T40D
10 portrait lighting mistakes every beginner must avoid
Five ways to use a single light source for beautiful portraits
Great lighting concepts for Halloween themed portraits
When to Use Studio Strobe Lighting
iPhone X Introduces a Plethora of New Photography Features
A Photographer’s Take On iPhone X And iPhone 8

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Making a small light source big

A small light source has a tendency to produce hard light which causes unflattering shadows and pin size catchlights in the subject’s eyes. Sometimes when using photographing in direct sunlight at high noon or using small LED lights this can’t

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A Photographer’s Take On iPhone X And iPhone 8

Apple has done it again: they’ve created new phones with significantly different features and some of the changes include new cameras and software cheats for “better” pictures. I’ve watched the Keynote and read the press releases, and here are my

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Photography Strip Lighting

Your job as a photographer is to match your light with your subject’s pose and emotion. In our image, we want a gritty, edgy look. This requires controlling where the light falls on our subject. Here’s how to use stripboxes

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A Photographer’s Take On iPhone X And iPhone 8

Apple has done it again: they’ve created new phones with significantly different features and some of the changes include new cameras and software cheats for “better” pictures. I’ve watched the Keynote and read the press releases, and here are my

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strip-lighting-featured-image

Photography Strip Lighting

Your job as a photographer is to match your light with your subject’s pose and emotion. In our image, we want a gritty, edgy look. This requires controlling where the light falls on our subject. Here’s how to use stripboxes

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