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Sunset Silhouette Photography – A Complete Guide

You’ve seen those spectacular sunset silhouette photos, the ones with a mysterious silhouetted subject watching the sun dip below the horizon. They’re emotionally moving,...

Portrait vs. Landscape — The 11 Biggest Differences

If you’re a photographer, sooner or later you’ll ask yourself if you should set your camera to portrait or landscape orientation. You’re always making...

Long Exposure Photography

Introduction to Long Exposure Photography Long Exposure Photography is a creative technique that produces stunning images you  cannot replicate through normal exposure. Long Exposure Photography is...

Using Leading Lines in Composition

Learning composition starts with an understanding of how humans look at things and how they see things. When a viewer looks at an image,...

The Rule of Thirds in Photography

Introduction to the Rule of Thirds When you bring a camera up to your eyes and look through the viewfinder or at the LCD screen...

Focal Length and Perspective

Focal Length In this article we shall look at two terms – perspective and focal length and find out how they are related to each...

Circle of Confusion

Depth of Field and the Circle of Confusion In one of my previous articles on this website I have delved about the concept of depth of...

How to Use Triangles to Improve Your Composition

Triangles in Composition Photographic composition is the key which makes or breaks an image. It is imperative that you, the photographer, understand what works and...

How to Analyze Your Photography (4 Simple Steps)

Analyze Photography Learning to Analyze Your Photography requires introspection and self-analysis. It's an essential aspect to the development of any photographer. This leads to a...

5 Basic Compositional Rules in Photography

Compositional Rules As a beginner photographer you must surely be looking at the images made by other photographers, people whose work you admire. Among the...

Family Portraits

Tips for taking Great Family Portraits Family portraits are some of the most anticipated and dreaded photos of the year. As the years go on, however,...

How to Take Flattering Photographs

Taking Flattering Photographs As a photographer it is your responsibility to flatter the people in your pictures. You don't want your photos to wind up...

Hyperfocal: Range of Focus

Range of Focus (Hyperfocal) The area in a photograph, from near to far, which appears to be in sharp focus is called "depth of field"...

The Art of Composition in Photography

Composition in Photography Have you ever wondered what the difference is between an average photo and a remarkable photograph? How do you know how if...
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