Create Projects + Collaborate

Andrew S. Gibson

If you don't know what to photograph, Andrew S. Gibson has some insight on how a personal project or collaboration can get your creativity flowing.
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F/ The Rules

David duChemin

Rules, schmules. David duChemin on why he thinks we should f-(stop) them more often to hone our craft.
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Drawing the Eye With Selective Focus

Kathleen Clemons

Choosing your focus is one thing; selecting it can produce dreamy results! Kathleen Clemons tells how she uses selective focus in her work, and how you can, too.
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Exposing for Highlights

David duChemin

What to do when bright sunlight leaves you with a lack of mood? Expose for the highlights and create a different story. David duChemin tells you how.
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Using Fill Light to Create Dramatic Portraits

Adam Blasberg

What's the unsung hero of cinematic portraits? Learn how fill light can help you create more dramatic portraits.
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Cameras Don't Make Photographs

David duChemin

Does using Photoshop (or other tools) make you dishonest in your art? David duChemin says make your photographs any damn way you please.
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Shooting with Your Final Image in Mind

Bruce Percy

Bruce Percy tells how not to differentiate between "photographing" and "post-processing" to make stronger images.
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10 Ways to Make Better Black and White Photographs

Piet Van den Eynde

Learn Piet Van den Eynde's top ten ways—both in-camera and in post-processing—to make stronger black and white images.
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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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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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