Category Archives: Photography

Terrific Winter Photo Tips

It may not be snowing in your part of the world right now, but here in the northern hemisphere, winter has definitely arrived. All these cold, frosty, icy, and yes, snowy days have us thinking about the great photo ops wintry weather provides. Of course, a little prep’s in order if you want to brave [...]

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A Pro’s Tips for How to Pack a Camera Bag

by John Paul Caponigro There’s an art to packing. Learning this art will help you make the most of any photographic expedition and enjoy it more. Do pack the essentials. Don’t pack too much. Traveling with too much is hard to handle, tiring, and can be costly. Less is more – up to a point. [...]

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The Thrill of Freelensing

Freelensing is a cool – and somewhat daring – photo technique that can help you achieve amazing shots without paying a ton of cash for specialty lenses. How to do it? Just shoot with your lens (very carefully!) unlocked from your camera body, and pivoted out from a few millimeters to several inches. To get [...]

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Real-World Street Photography Tips

Are you thinking of hitting the pavement to photograph street scenes? It’s a great way to expand the ways in which you see the world around you. Finding the extraordinary in everyday life, or as one friend put it, “seeing That Which Is Not Seen,” can be exciting, highly rewarding… and downright intimidating. That’s why [...]

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