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There will be times when you will need to get something entirely in focus. Focus stacking is a powerful technique for achieving super-sharp details throughout the image. Think of an insect during macro photography. You want every tiny leg and the details of the wings to all be sharp. This article will show you how to use focus stacking for […]

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DSLR cameras are the standard, most popular camera choice by far. They are versatile and offer professional photographs with high image quality. They can also work with an array of interchangeable lenses or lens types. So what is a DSLR camera exactly? Read on to find out. What Is a DSLR Camera? Whatever your budget or subject is, a DSLR is a […]

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Have you ever heard the expression ‘the devil is in the details’? In photography, the devil is Chromatic Aberration (CA). In this article, you will learn how to deal with CA. First, by minimising it in-camera. Then, by correcting it in post-processing with Adobe Lightroom. What Is Chromatic Aberration? Chromatic Aberration usually appears in the form of purple/red/blue/cyan/green fringes. They […]

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You may think the terms ‘monochrome’ and ‘black and white’ are synonymous. After all, it’s quite common for people to use these terms interchangeably. They’re not exactly the same, though—there is a distinction which can be helpful to know. In this article, you will learn the difference between monochrome photography vs. black and white photography and begin to understand how […]

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Just a short welcome to our free photography course An intro to exposure and its components Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO Did you know that the Aperture is just a hole in the lens of your camera and that you can compare it to a window to better understand photography? The secrets behind Shutter Speed and how the shutter in […]

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Playing with perspective is important when it comes to telling a story through photography. One way to play with perspective in your shots: Get down on the ground. Whether it’s a water bird or a colorful crab, whether it’s one subject or three, hitting the floor often leads to more interesting shots. Watch this video for a more in-depth explanation […]

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Don’t put your main subject or subjects in the middle of your photograph. It’s static. It’s boring. It’s not nearly as dramatic as it could be. Instead, use the rule of thirds to help take more interesting photographs. Divide your frame into thirds (horizontally and vertically). Where those lines intersect are the best places to put your subjects. Don’t put […]

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In this episode of Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace, Mark introduces the basics of proper exposure with the exposure triangle. The first part of a mini-series of videos about fundamental camera settings, Mark takes us right back to the beginning and explains what we need to get the perfect exposure based on aperture, shutter speed and ISO. In this episode, […]

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