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Lighting Tips: Loop Lighting for Better Portrait Photos

Loop lighting is one of the most common types of portrait lighting. It tends to flatter your subject well and is relatively easy to set up the portrait shoot. Read on to try this yourself.

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One Photographer's Determination to Take Photos Against All Odds

Watch this video and read over the article to learn a little more about street photographer Flo Fox. She overcame being born with vision in only one eye to create some fantastic photos. And even now, while disabled, she doesn't let that stop her photography from continuing.

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Video: Environmental Portrait Photo Techniques

Watch this video as pro photographer Mark Singerman captures boxer Fernando Guerrero in what looks like a natural setting for a pro boxer. His environmental photos add a certain aspect to the photo that you don't get in studio. Find out how you can improve your environmental portrait photos by following this advice.

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10 Expert Tips for Better Landscape Photos

Photographer Antony Spencer knows how to craft an amazing landscape photo. Just check his list of photography awards and watch this video to learn how you can improve your landscape photos and maybe start collecting awards for your photography.

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How to Take Better Close-Up Portrait Photos

Taking close-up portraits can be intimidating. You're making the client less comfortable in general, and their reaction to the finished portrait can be hard to predict. But there are ways to increase your chances of crafting a great close-up portrait and keeping your subject relaxed. Watch this video and learn more from portrait photographer Martin Schoeller.

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Social Documentary Photographer Inspiration: Lewis Hine

You may not know the name Lewis Hine, but chances are you've seen his work. He photographed the construction of the Empire State Building, and his work was instrumental in ending child labor. Read on about this influential photographer and think about how you use your photography as well.

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A Discussion of Wide-Angle Lenses and Landscape Photos

Wide angle lenses, meaning both prime lenses and zoom lenses, are a great fit for landscape photography. This article covers how to use each type and why you might choose one lens over another for certain shots.

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Learning Photography Can Keep Your Mind Fit in Later Years

A new study has shown that only performing mind games like crosswords and sudoku don't give the same memory gain benefits that learning a new skill can, and photography turns out to be one of the best ways to improve memory.

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How to Photograph Seaside Landscapes

When you set out to photograph on the beach there are a few extra things you need to keep in mind. One of the first things to consider is you're going to have your expensive camera equipment near water, and you'll need to be careful to make sure nothing gets damaged. Read over this excellent article and learn how to keep your equipment safe and still create some fantastic photos.

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6 Tips for Better Moon Photos

Moon photography is more difficult than you might think, but reading over this article and following the 6 tips will make it a lot easier. When you're ready to attempt moon photography this article will give you a place to start and some great ideas to create masterful photos of the moon.

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