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How original are we being in our photography?
Judging the quality of light
Creating landscape drama with natural colors
Mixing skies in Luminar 4
Expand your landscape views with these cloud and sky kits
I edit your photos stuck at home, part one
How to create a dramatic sunset scene
Portrait Tips: Go for the tilt
“I cry when I edit” — that’s literally what she said!
Photographer of the Day: Robertino Radovix
Gear Review: NiSi Medium GND 100x150mm Filter
Learn To Love Lemonade

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Mixing skies in Luminar 4

Join Rich Harrington for a look at how quickly you can blend two skies together. This is perfect to add drama as well as color grade the photo. Luminar works as both an application and a plugin. Save 50% on

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How to create a dramatic sunset scene

When it comes to photographing a sunset, things can sometimes be a bit tricky. Your sun might be overexposed and your scene might be slightly washed out. So how do you create that perfect, dramatic sunset? In the below video,

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Portrait Tips: Go for the tilt

People standing right next to each other seem like they are close, but once you ask them to tilt their heads together you’ll see that they were really miles apart. Anytime you photograph two people together, you’ll make an infinitely better

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Photographer of the Day: Robertino Radovix

Category: Street Photographer: Robertino Radovix “Yellowstone” National parks often provide a surreal perspective at the world, and by combining the scenery with a human element, you get a very unique photograph. Robertino is able to capture a girl running during

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Learn To Love Lemonade

The thing is, there are stellar celestial events every month and wherever you live you’re sure to be able to make a great picture. I’ve just moved to Nampa, Idaho, and I’m invigorated by a new place and new things to

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HDR 101: Shooting Brackets

Human eyes are incredible for viewing the world and seeing into shadows and highlights all at the same time. The basis of HDR photography is making several exposures at varying brightnesses and combining them in a powerful software app like

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Avoiding the harsh, direct flash look

One of the biggest reasons why I don’t like pop-up flashes is that it gives uneven, harsh lighting directed at your subject. Even with an on-camera speedlight, the same effect can happen. And while you can play around with the

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Easy high key lighting with two lights

Creating high key light is making sure there is enough light on your background so it is pure white, with no shadows. This can be done using strobes or LEDs or a mixture of both types of light. There are several

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