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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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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Making the Zone System Work for You

Michael Frye

Learn how to understand and use the Zone System to make better exposures. Be like Ansel; get into the Zone!
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Ten (More) Ways to Improve Your Craft

David duChemin

David duChemin shares his newest top ten pieces of unsolicited advice for photographers.
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The Best 3 Filters for Landscape Photography

Duncan Fawkes

If staring at the filter page on B&H has you stumped over what to put in your cart, Duncan Fawkes saves the day with his top 3 filters for landscape...
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Creating Classical Portraits with Simple Lighting

Adam Blasberg

Think portrait lighting needs to be overly complicated? Adam Blasberg simplifies the whole production.
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Photographic Processing and Believability

Andy Biggs

It's a hot topic of discussion: what makes a photograph believable? Andy Biggs weighs in.
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Visual Storytelling: An Introduction

Andy Biggs

Why do some bodies of work really speak to you? They tell stories. Andy Biggs shares 7 guidelines to help make your own photographs tell stronger stories.
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Use Repeating Elements for Stronger Images

David duChemin

Learn how to create rhythm and depth in your photographs using repeated elements.
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Three Ways to Use Backlight

David duChemin

Backlight is some of the most dramatic light available. It's a bit harder to use well, but the drama and emotion that it can make in an image is almost unbeatable....
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