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Watermarking Your Web Images. Is It Worth It?

This topic has long been a subject of debate among pro photographers and amateurs alike, so naturally we thought we should weigh in on it.…

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6 Tips to Overcome Photographer’s Block

There’s absolutely no arguing that photography IS creativity at work, it is an extension of your creative self and there is nothing more frustrating as when the creative juices just aren’t flowing.…

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How Visual Weight Can Improve Your Photos

We’ve talked a lot about composition and the ways you can simply improve your composition, so today we’re going to continue that subject but we’re going to put a slightly different spin on things.…

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Photoshop Touch Launches For iPad!

Fans of the very popular desktop photo editing suite Photoshop have been (long) waiting the release of the platform for the iPad…and at long last it has arrived.…

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Street Photography Tips

Street photography is one of the most interesting types of photography around…just think about it…there’s a subject everywhere, and anywhere.…

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Still Life Photography Tips

Still life is the study of an inanimate object…takes you right back to 6th grade art class!…

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Photography Tips For Shooting Sunsets

Whether you’re shooting with your DSLR or your iPhone, sunsets are definitely a popular photographic subject!…

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Photography Tips for Rain, Mist, & Fog

So maybe you’ve mastered sunsets, and shooting in natural light.…

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Take Great Self-Portraits

If you’re anything like me, I prefer to spend my time behind the camera rather than in front of it.…

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Photography Tips For Shooting In Natural Light

There is something beautiful and incredibly engaging about photos that have been shot in natural light.…

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