Is Composition Overrated?

David duChemin

Can it be argued that some photographers pay too much attention to composition? David duChemin says it isn't so.
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The Power of Becoming a Beginner Again

Chris Orwig

When your photographs (and your mind) begin to grow stale because you're relying on what you know, is it because you know too much? Chris Orwig on becoming a beginner...
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Five Ways to Make Mouth-Watering Food Photographs

Kevin Clark

Want to turn your tasty treats into photographic feats? Kevin Clark can help take dull + unappetizing to OMG-YUM.
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Forget Lens Stereotypes

Piet Van den Eynde

Stereotypes are unfair. Limiting. And for photographers, expensive. Piet Van den Eynde incites a lens rebellion by suggesting you use your 85mm on (gasp!) a landscape.
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Using Low Dynamic Range to Improve Your Photography

Bruce Percy

Long in the shadow of its more celebrated cousin, HDR, low dynamic range yearns for its day in the (lime)light. Bruce Percy explains the lighter side of going lower.
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Isolating Your Subject

David duChemin

Want to isolate your subject and give it greater power within the frame? David duChemin offers four significant ways to make that happen.
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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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