Learn about Practical Photography ideas to improve your skill sets.

  • Photograph Country Biker taken during the Golden Hour over the hills

    Understanding the Golden Hour Photography

    If you are passionate about landscape, cityscape or even outdoor portrait photography, the golden hour is one of the quintessential terms that you have to learn. The Golden hour is perfect for photographers who depend highly on natural lighting condition. Let’s be honest, nobody likes to carry around LED lights and those heavy battery packs …

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  • Night Portrait Photography using LED Light Strips

    How to take photos like Brandon Woelfel

    Brandon Woelfel uses Bokeh, Light Flares, Sparks and practical effects to create beautiful night portrait photos. Learn about his method.

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  • A wedding photographer taking a photo of a bride

    How to take Light and Airy photos without post-editing?

    Is there a way to cut the stress of post editing process? Yes there is. Get your photos right in-camera and do everything correctly on location.

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  • Happy Man Posing for Camera

    How to Pose for Pictures and Look Good

    This topic has been covered for numerous times. In many ways, what is in front of the camera is just as important as the skillsets of the photographer. Having said that, if you want to get great photos taken for you, you got to ‘look good’. 1. Pose the Hair You may not be able …

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  • Best Portrait Lens for Sony Full-Frame Cameras

    It seems only yesterday, many photographers are not very happy with the selection of lenses offered by Sony. We fell in love with their mirrorless cameras but most of us had to use Canon lenses using Metabones or Sigma MC11 Canon to Sony adapters because of the lack of choices for Sony native lenses. Today, …

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  • Lightroom Presets for Wedding & Portrait Photographers

    As we all know Lightroom presets can help save time during photo editing as a professional. When you first started maybe it’s not much of a big deal, but for top photographers who constantly getting tons of business in the industry you will find that time is so precious. You don’t want to spend too much …

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    Download RAW Photos and Sharpen Your Editing Skills

    DSLRs that can shoot RAW images as well as the top of the line camera lenses are very expensive. These equipments cost tens of thousand of dollars. However if you are passionate about photography it’s hard to not be inspired to improve your photo editing skills which is equally as important as your practical photography …

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  • The Golden Ratio Applied in Photography

    The Golden Ratio is a proportion that has been used since a long time know. Its appliance results in a pleasant aesthetic to the viewer’s eye. The Golden Ratio has also been found in many features of nature, therefore some people empower it to a divine identity or to an unseen wisdom. Here you can …

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  • Buy Books, Not Gears

    We are living in a time where we are bombarded with “the latest and greatest” photography gears every year. I mean, seriously, how many people even noticed that there’s Go Pro Hero 6 now, when did that happen? I’ve bought GoPro Hero 5 just a couple of weeks ago. These fancy gears do not matter …

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  • The Art of Being Inconspicuous

    Lately the term of shooting photographs in an “Inconspicuous” way has becoming pretty much popular. The definition of Inconspicuous is much simpler than the fancy word, but with huge positive results in your photography. Taking Candid Photos Being Inconspicuous in photography means to been able to take pictures in an almost invisible form by behaving …

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  • Best Lens for Street Photography

    Street Photography is a genre that is best enjoyed when walking with light gear. There is no perfect lens that I can tell you about, but there is the perfect focal length indeed. I started in the world of photography almost 8 years ago, and I started with a little point and shoot, and I …

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  • How to Choose the Right Lens

    One of the biggest charms of photography is perhaps the gear. I’m a great defender of the “gear doesn’t matter” point of view, but that became a motto after finding my perfect set of gear. Lenses are the product of the genius and passion behind optical engineering, and many brands have various types of lenses. …

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