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Better Photo Tips - Camera Support

At one point or another; all of us have probably heard something to the effect that using a tripod is the best way of getting clear sharp photos.  While this may be true, many of us get intimidated ..
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Better Photo Tips - Flash Points

When it comes to electronic flash, one of the most common problems people run into is: “red eye".  At one time or another, we've all either done it or seen it.  You know what I'm talking ..
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Better Photo Tips - Great Photo Recipe

How many of you know someone (possibly yourself) who collects cookbooks? Now then, how many of you know someone who uses a cookbook, but never follows the recipe the same way twice? Cookbooks offer .
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Better Photo Tips - Keep it Simple

One day you spot an interesting small stone wall.  Just past that you notice a pretty young girl playing in a field of flowers.  Behind that you notice an old weathered barn with an old tractor ..
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Better Photo Tips - A Picture Thinker

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase, “a picture is worth a thousand words"? If you have Dyslexia or are close to someone who does; you realize that this is a much more accurate ..
(August 11, 2008)
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Better Photo Tips - Photographic Standard

It has been that said the most difficult thing for man to do is to judge his or her creative work, objectively. Be honest, can you tell when your work seems to be missing something? More importantly ..
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Better Photo Tips - Making Vs Taking

In Oct. 1978, the cover of National Geographic showed a self portrait of a gorilla using a camera. I'm serious, you can look it up if you would like. The cover shot was a self portrait, taken by a ..
(August 11, 2008)
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Better Photo Tips Writing a Photo Article

By now you have probably heard that writing photo articles is a great way to get Qualified Traffic to your photography web site. By “Qualified Traffic" I mean people that are actually ..
(June 25, 2008)
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Better Photo Tips New Photo Insights

We all do it at one point or another. We like taking photos of nature (for example), so we take more and more photos of nature, and tend over look other areas of photography. Then one day, someone ..
(June 27, 2008)
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Better Photo Tips - Photo Filters and More

One of my first award winning photographs was a photo with a waterfall in the background and a stream leading from its base right into the foreground. I was standing in the middle of the stream at a ..
(June 26, 2008)
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Format and Resolution - What You Need to Know

With a digital camera, when you press the shutter release, you capture an image on the image sensor. The image is then written to a pre selected format and transferred to some type of media card ..
(June 20, 2007)
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Starting With Basics - Shooting With Knowledge

In traditional (meaning non Digital) photography there are only three basic things to worry about in regards to your camera. These are: the aperture (also called F-stop), the shutter speed, and the ..
(June 20, 2007)
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Shooting the Minds Eye

Somewhere back on the farm, Jimmy (age 6) sits playing with his toy trucks in the dirt. Behind him is a field of golden corn ready to be picked. In the distance, you can see the forth generation red ..
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Film Verses Digital - What's the Difference Anyway?

In the old days, if your camera (35mm of course) had a battery die on you in the middle of an important shoot, you still had options. I mean after all; the only thing you needed the battery for was ..
(June 20, 2007)
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Help! My Meter is a Moron! - Creative Controls For DOF

If we said that Depth of Field was the range of focus found in any given picture, we would be partially right. Just as a camera is the box that captures light; it is also much more than that. A ..
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Depth of Field - A Major Player in Creative Control

When you hear the phrase Depth of Field (also called DOF) you may wonder why you should care as long as your pictures are in focus. Well since DOF is generally referred to as the range of a pictures ..
(May 27, 2007)
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Sports Photography- Learn from the Shoot

We all have a choice in what we decide to shoot, or what we decide to include in our shots. Of course, what we choose often depends on our perspective. That perspective is what makes each individual ..
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Money in Photography - Up Close and Personal

Like most people I know, I like taking pictures of nature; waterfall, rocks, and flowers. However; also like most people I know, I have made very little money from those pictures. Can you make great ..
(May 08, 2007)
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5 Points of a Masterpiece - A Basic Composition Guide

When you press your eye to the viewfinder of your camera, a blank canvas is placed before you. Similar to more traditional artists, you can paint a vertical shot or a horizontal shot. That's your ..
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Shooting Mother Nature - With the Respect She Deserves

Like most photographers I know, I too have had a love affair with taking photographs of nature. For some of us; it’s here that we first start to feel self confident about our photography. After .
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Positive and Negative Space - Understanding the Tip of the ..

Up and down, black and white, big and little are all obvious examples of Opposition. But there is one form of opposition that many people overlook. If I take a black crayon and draw, say a dog, on a ..
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DPI and Why - Resolution Does Matter

When I first started on the internet I was a photographer and a science fiction fan. Since I did not have any science fiction photos of my own, I started surfing the web. After several months of ..
(May 08, 2007)
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Keeping Dominance in Mind – Provides Photographic Insight

Henry Ford once said “Whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right. ” Although it seems unlikely that Mr. Ford had much time to do anything with photography; truth is truth, .
(May 16, 2007)
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Dominant Space - Directing a Viewers Attention

We’ve all heard about foreground and background. Generally the foreground is where you find the main subject. The background is, well . . .in the back. It’s just back behind everything ..
(May 16, 2007)
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Dominance in Photography - Guaranteeing Success

In a motivational speech given by Mr. Zig Ziggler; he talks for several moments about a world class archer, then states that he could teach anyone to hit the target more consistently than that archer .
(May 16, 2007)
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