Choosing Lighting Patterns

Sean McCormack

If you love the beauty and drama of a well-lit photo but have no idea how to create those patterns in your portraits, Sean McCormack sheds some light on the...
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Understanding The Stages

Alex Buisse

How does sharing your work foster artistic growth? Alex Buisse explains the stages to becoming a stronger photographer.
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Conceptually Speaking: A Word With Claire Rosen

Cynthia Haynes

Feeling like you want to go beyond portraits or a simple landscape? Claire Rosen's photographs are the things that fairy tales, fables, and children's stories are made of.
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Best Places

David duChemin

Oh, the places you'll go! Or will you? David duChemin says the best places aren't on a map or in a guidebook; they're found within.
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Thinking Less Literally

Claire Rosen

Want to make more memorable photographs? Claire Rosen says to infuse your images with mystery to whisper meaning rather than announce it. 
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Vision Is Better, Ep. 63

Three brief sermons about learning, especially learning to see (which isn't really about seeing at all), and about working a scene. Help me with a question and I'll...
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An Iconic Photograph, or a Photographed Icon?

David duChemin

If your photographs of an incredible place aren't that incredible, perhaps what's missing is you. Be there. Be present. Be open. Become a better storyteller.
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Thinking in Monochrome

Guy Tal

Because it's always more than "just do a quick conversion." What makes a good monochrome image? Guy Tal shares his experience and expertise.
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Vision Is Better, Ep.62

David duChemin

Better coffee, better rants: that's my new motto. Join me for a quick sermon about the three crutches photographers (and probably all creatives) need to kick out now in order...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.61

David duChemin

In Episode 61, I continue to answer your questions about creativity, vision and style and you probably need to watch this one for some tough— but genuine—love on why you...
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Making the Image: Kathleen Clemons

Kathleen Clemons

Proving that it's about vision and not the gear, Kathleen Clemons creates exhibit-worthy photographs with both her DSLR and iPhone; does it truly matter which?
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Night Ranger: A Word With David Kingham

Cynthia Haynes

David Kingham patrols the great outdoors armed with his camera to make photographs of his best + most willing subject: nature.
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