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09.14.2011

Backlit Portraiture by Lindsay Adler

If you want to create more dramatic location portraiture, you may consider taking a technique from the movies. In television […]

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09.08.2011

Professional Macro Flash Photography Tips by Robert O’Toole

One of the best ways to improve your macro images is by using flash. I never do any handheld macro […]

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08.04.2011

Evade Analysis Paralysis! by Robert O’Toole

The average person can glance at a group of photos and quickly choose a favorite. But when the time comes […]

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07.27.2011

Shutter Speeds for Waterfall Photography by David FitzSimmons

Photography is a communication act. It’s a way to share an idea, a feeling, or some other aspect of human […]

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06.15.2011

Soft Light by Kevin Ames

My last blog post described harsh light. This installment is about harsh light’s counterpart—soft light—what makes light soft, how to […]

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06.08.2011

How to Get Yourself Published in Fashion Magazines by Lindsay Adler

In my travels and teaching one of the most frequently ask questions is “how can I get published in a […]

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06.03.2011

Professional tips to improve your bird photography by Robert O’Toole

One question I seem to get all the time is what is good reliable place to visit on your own […]

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05.18.2011

Portrait and Beauty Photography: 85mm is a must have! by Lindsay Adler

From my experiences as a professional portrait and fashion photographer, I have shot with all varieties and focal lengths of […]

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04.30.2011

Traveling light with the Sigma 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM

18-250mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM

There are times when packing light really is what matters most for photo adventures. And on those occasions when hauling […]

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04.26.2011

Sigma 8-16mm F4.5-5.6 DC HSM: Hands-on Advice. by Jack Howard

Jack Howard offers tips for working with the Sigma 8-16mm F4.5-5.6 DC HSM lens for both interior and exterior architecture, people, and landscapes.

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