Three Ways To Discover Your Vision (Part II)

Part II of David duChemin's article about exploring vision, pertaining to individual images or specific bodies of work.
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Four Ways to Discover Your Vision (Part I)

Learn to become more aware of the way you see your world so you can become clearer about your own photographic vision.  
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Three Ways to Make Stronger Black & White Images in Lightroom

Kate Densmore

Want to tell emotional stories with your black and white photographs, but can't quite figure out how to do that? Kate Densmore has three easy steps to make beautiful conversions...
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In Conversation: Cristina Mittermeier

Cynthia Haynes

We caught up with National Geographic photographer and conservationist Cristina Mittermeier and asked her a few questions about how she tells the stories of the world with her camera.
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How to Add Mood to Infrared (and other) Photographs

Nathan Wirth

Learn the simple ways that infrared master Nathan Wirth adds mood to his stunning photographs.
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In Conversation: Paul Nicklen

Cynthia Haynes

Paul Nicklen has published his first-ever eBook, Photographing Wild: Techniques of a National Geographic Photographer, and beyond what he reveals in the book, we asked him a few questions about who he...
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Four Ways to Tell Stronger Stories

David duChemin

Photographs that tell a story connect to readers in powerful ways. Here are four ways to make better stories with your photographs.
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In Conversation: John Paul Caponigro

Cynthia Haynes

Influenced by the relationship between man and nature, John Paul Caponigro's latest series, Revelation, is just that: a visual revelation.     
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Master the Art of Seeing and Improve Your Photography

Henry Fernando

Improve your craft with 365 photography prompts to spark your creativity and ways of seeing.
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Adding Light with the Radial Filter in Lightroom

Sean McCormack

Lightroom whiz Sean McCormack shows why the Radial Filter is his favourite tool for adding light to images in post-processing.
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The Power of Abstraction

John Paul Caponigro

Learn how to use abstraction in your photographs to stimulate, structure, inform, and express fromAdobe Photoshop Master John Paul Caponigro.
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In Conversation: Anja Büehrer

Cynthia Haynes

Anja Büehrer spends her days as a theatre lighting technician and her creative time making photographs borne from her own feelings of love, desire, peace, dreams, fear, loneliness, and frailty....
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