2018 Maasai Mara Photographic Safari

Join David photographing some of the planet’s most astonishing and quickly disappearing wildlife in one of the planet’s most beautiful places: Kenya’s Maasai Mara.
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2018 Mentor Series Workshop: Lalibela, Ethiopia

Join David duChemin on this exclusive small group mentoring workshop in one of the most culturally and visually interesting places in the world.
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Start With the Corners

Dunan Fawkes

Can adding to the corners of your frame improve your photographs? Yes! Duncan Fawkes explains.
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Creating Painterly Images with Movement and Multiple Exposures

Kathleen Clemons

Move beyond the obvious and paint with your camera! Fine art photographer Kathleen Clemons shares her favourite techniques.
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Using the Guided Upright Tool in Lightroom

Jason Bradley

Less than perfect horizontal and vertical lines in your scene? Guided Upright (and Jason Bradley) to the rescue!
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The Power of Photographing Icons

Rafael Rojas

When does a landscape photograph become fine art? Rafael Rojas shares what he's learned.
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In Conversation: Susan Burnstine (Part II)

Cynthia Haynes

Susan Burnstine creates her own cameras to create the images that her dreams are made of.
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In Conversation: Susan Burnstine (Part I)

Cynthia Haynes

Susan Burnstine makes her own cameras and lenses, and what she creates with her handmade gear is what dreams are made of.
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Controlling Your Edit with Lightroom's Tone Curve

Kate Densmore

Kate Densmore tells why the Tone Curve is her favourite tool for making a good edit great, and how to make it work for you.
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Making the Image: David duChemin

David duChemin

Can one photograph tell a story? Indeed it can. David duChemin shows you how by walking you through the making of one image.
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3 Ways to Make More Honest Portraits

Sherri Koop

Learn three ways to make more honest portraits, either with or without film.
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The Adjective-Driven Approach to Photography

Andy Biggs

As visual artists, we tend to think in images. But how might your portfolio improve if you assigned an adjective to your work? Andy Biggs has an idea.
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