Five Tips for Using Off-Camera Flash

Piet Van den Eynde

Does off-camera flash feel like an unwelcome party guest? Piet Van den Eynde can help you shake hands and make friends.
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Finding Critics

Bret Edge

Photography forums serve a purpose, but are they the best place for reliable feedback? Bret Edge shares his experience.
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Street Life: A Word With Libby Holmsen

Cynthia Haynes

Libby Holmsen ditches technical perfection for authentic emotion to create compelling photographs of street life. 
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Using the Frame

John Paul Caponigro

The key to successful compositions? Learning to become more conscious of the frame and how to use the forces it exerts on your images.
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The Photographer's Tools

David duChemin

Are the tools of the photographer her language and not the camera itself? David duChemin says yes.
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Backlight: The Art of Silhouettes

Younes Bounhar

Back, indirect, and rim: learn how to use these lights to create the art of the silhouette. 
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Understanding Perspective

Martin Bailey

Get some perspective on perspective from Martin Bailey (hint: it's more than just moving your feet).
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In Conversation: Sharon Covert

Cynthia Haynes

Sharon Covert's expressive self-portraits are part therapy and part fairy tale, anonymously revealing story slices of her life.
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Create Projects + Collaborate

Andrew S. Gibson

If you don't know what to photograph, Andrew S. Gibson has some insight on how a personal project or collaboration can get your creativity flowing.
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Mirrors or Windows?

Rafael Rojas

Is photography a reflection of what is seen in mirrors or through windows . . . or both? Rafael Rojas shares his experience.
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2018 Mentor Series Workshop: Varanasi, India

JOIN THE WAITLIST! LIMITED SPACE MAY BECOME AVAILABLE. Click here to add your name to the Varanasi waitlist.
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F/ The Rules

David duChemin

Rules, schmules. David duChemin on why he thinks we should f-(stop) them more often to hone our craft.
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