Photography articles and tutorials from around the web, gathered here for your convenience.

21 Photo Projects You Should Do Today

Photo projects are a great way to expand your portfolio, but also to create lasting memories for yourself and family. Read through these 21 projects and see if you find something you could and should do today.

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How to Get Atypical, Fun Photos of Your Children

Yes, by all means keep the classic advice of "getting close" and "getting low", but what else can you do to create unique, interesting photos of your children, or children in portrait photos for your photo business?

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Advanced Reflector Techniques for Outdoor Photography

When you're taking portraits outside, to take full advantage of all available light you'll need to use reflectors to soften the harsh sunlight. There are certain ways to use reflectors to make sure you're getting the best possible light for your photos. Read on and try out some of these techniques.

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Essential Equipment for Architecture Photography

When you're planning on focusing on architectural photography for your photo hobby or business, there are certain pieces of equipment you must have. Without going into specific brands, this article focuses on the necessary pieces to create outstanding architectural photos.

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Techniques for Better Sky Photos

Definitely we're not talking about a clear blue sky, this article focuses on making those stormy skies, and cloudy skies into something that brings out the subject of your photo, rather than just being an after thought. Read on to add interest to your photos by concentrating on the skyscape.

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7 Tips For Better Maternity Photos

Part of a portrait photo business can be maternity photos. It's an important time in a family's life and they'll be willing to purchase creative and interesting photos of this period in their lives.

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Painting with Light in Landscape Photography

Painting with light isn't light painting in this instance. The author is describing how you can use a flashlight or flash, or any light source to light up aspects of your landscape subject in the evening during low light.

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Photography DIY Tips: Replacing a Tube in Your Speedlight

This is a fairly advanced tip for some people, so do not try this at home if you don't understand the details as Strobist explains them. But if you do understand how flashes work, then you can save a lot of money by replacing your own tube after it burns out. Read on and check out the DIY videos too.

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Technical Photography: Exposure Value Explained

Maybe we all know what exposure means, but do you know what exposure value is? Or light value? If these terms are causing some confusion read over this great explanatory article and learn to think about light more technically and possibly more like a pro photographer.

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Sports Photographer Inspiration: Neil Leifer

Sports photography Neil Leifer discusses his work in this short video and how he felt he had to work twice as hard because he wasn't sure of his talent. It just goes to show what a lot of time and effort can bring you when you're passionate about your photography.

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