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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.
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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.
Which one should you choose--a zoom lens or a prime lens? The decision may be harder than you think.
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.
Create mood and emotion in your imagery with silhouette photography. It's one of the easiest types, too. Check out a few easy steps.
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should! High ISOs are readily available on most modern cameras, but knowing when to use them is vital to great imagery.
That little button on the back of your DSLR is labeled WB and you have no idea what that means or what to do with it. We are here to help!
Photographing fireworks can be a test of patience and skill. That's why we're bringing you this Friday photo tip just in time for the Fourth of July.
Today's Photo Tip focuses on the basics of your camera --learning what that shooting mode dial is all about.
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