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How To Photograph the Night Sky

Photographing the night sky requires the right equipment and a bunch of patience. Jim Keenan has some helpful tips to show you how it's done. Read full article

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How to Easily Manage and Organize Your Digital Photos

Check out TG's tips for budding photogs on how to manage and organize your photos. Read full article

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Pinterest, the Photographer, and the Client

I love Pinterest just as much as the next DIYing, picture taking, pin obsessed person. But when it comes to professional photography I have a few bones to pick... Read full article

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How To Use the Sigma Optimization Pro Software and USB Dock

Sigma recently released their Optimization Software and USB dock with significant fanfare. Want to know how it works? Read on. Read full article

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FPT: Which Camera Should I Buy?

We get asked this question on a daily basis. Read on to see how to make this decision. Read full article

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FPT: How To Reignite Your Creative Passion

Getting stuck in a photographic rut is easy if you have been shooting for a while. Check out our simple steps to re-ignite the creative spark. Read full article

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FPT: How to Create Depth of Field

Love the look of images with a soft, defocused background? Achieving that look is simpler than you think. Check out our pro tips for creating that professional look. Read full article

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FPT: Using Sun Flare to Enhance Your Images

Want to add some interest to your images? Try playing with the sun by including lens flare in your photos. The results can be very intriguing. Read full article

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FPT: Prime Lenses Vs. Zoom Lenses

Which one should you choose--a zoom lens or a prime lens? The decision may be harder than you think. Read full article

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FPT: Expression Trumps Perfection

Have you ever gotten so caught up in creating the perfect shot that you lose the emotion of the image? If so, you are not alone. Read full article

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