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  • How to Enhance your Black and White images with Infrared Photography
    By nancie
    This article will give you some tips on how you can enhance your black and white images by using infrared photography..... https://digital-photography-school.com/enhancing-black-and-white-infrared-photography/ See more
  • What are the Best Street Photography Camera Settings and Why
    By nancie
    Did you ever wonder how the photographers of the past did it? All they had were manual cameras and yet somehow they had a method that beats even the latest technology in autofocus! Wonder what it was? Let’s find out first what it was and discuss what most call the best street photography camera settings.... https://digital-photography-school.com/best-street-photography-settings/ See more
  • 21 Images That Sing – Photos of all Things Musical
    By nancie
    Music fills the soul – it also makes for a great subject for photographers. Singers, concerts, musicians, bands, instruments, and more. See if you can hear the music in thees images! https://digital-photography-school.com/21-images-sing-photos-things-musical/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Mar-2317 See more
  • 5 Tips for Photographing Water
    By nancie
    Water is a beautiful subject to photograph. It can be as dramatic as a waterfall, predictable as a fountain, vast like the ocean, or just a winding exciting river. Whatever the source, it can be a point of interest in your image or an element of your composition. If you are enchanted with photography water, here are a few tips you can use to improve your final image...... https://digital-photography-school.com/5-tips-photographing-water/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campai... See more
  • Rim Light – A Simple Way to Create Powerful Images with a Single Flash
    By nancie
    In this article, I will introduce you to creating a rim light using a single flash. While not so common, it is extremely easy to put in place and will allow you to get very interesting and powerful images. To do this kind of photography you just need a flash with the ability to place it off camera. A welcome accessory, the only one you may need, is a light stand or tripod to easily keep the flash in place. https://digital-photography-school.com/rim-light-powerful-images-single-flash/?utm_source... See more
  • Photo Composition Tip: It Takes Two
    By nancie
    In my last article on photography composition, I discussed ways to use three primary subjects to create powerful compositions. And although I have a bit of a soft spot in my heart for three, two subjects can be just as compelling, if you know how to do it right. Compositions with two subjects give you opportunities to capture interesting behavioral interactions when working with animals or people, and lend themselves to simple yet bold designs no matter what type of subject you are working with.... See more
  • 8 Travel Photography Tips for Your Next Journey
    By nancie
    Call it obsessive compulsive, but there is a reason why we humans are obsessed with traveling and love taking countless pictures of our trips (in other words travel photography). Either consciously or subconsciously, we know that our images have the potential to connect us to our beautiful world. Images of places, cultures, art and even food can carry us away from our mundane everyday existence and transport us to a magical place that we once explored and experienced. There is nothing greater t... See more
  • 6 Practical Tips to Instantly Make Travel Photography Easier
    By nancie
    Documenting exotic places, capturing priceless memories, and recording once-in-a-lifetime experiences are just a few of the pleasures travel photography affords us. But it can also throw up challenges. Time constraints, logistics, and lack of portable storage can make getting the perfect shot far more difficult. Here are a few tried-and-tested tips to help you make those challenges a little more surmountable...... https://digital-photography-school.com/6-tips-travel-photography-easier/?utm_sour... See more
  • 10 Step Guide to Improving Your Photography Without Buying New Gear
    By nancie
    Will buying that new camera or lens or travel to iconic places automatically result in beautiful images? Landscape photographers often dream about the latest gear or traveling to far away places to capture great images. For example, places like Iceland, Patagonia, Lofoten Norway, or Tuscany. The problem is that we spend too much time in front of our computers seeing all those great images on social media platforms and dreaming about photographing those vistas ourselves...... https://digital-ph... See more
  • 7 Steps to Ensure Your Photographs are as High Quality as Possible
    By nancie
    One of the great allures of photography is that it mixes both art and science. The creative and artistic side is, of course, the most important aspect. Figuring out what makes a beautiful and interesting photograph is something that takes time and experience to master. But at the same time, your photography will go nowhere if you do not understand the science and technique that go into creating a high-quality photograph. It’s the uniting of the two that will turn you into a great photograp... See more

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