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How to Use Natural Light for Outdoor Portraits

You do not need a vast arsenal of expensive lighting equipment to create striking portraits. In fact, the most...

Lighting Modifiers | Which one is right for you?

One of the biggest challenges that we face as photographers is developing our own style that is not only...

How To Light People With Glasses And Avoid Shoot-Crippling Glare

Among the many considerations that surround lighting your subject, the fact that they wear glasses can easily be...

How To Capture That “National Geographic Style” | Bob Holmes

Bob Holmes is a National Geographic travel photographer and, as such, he finds himself constantly confronted with the...

OCF Basics | How And Why To Use An Umbrella

Umbrellas are things that most of us became familiar with at a young age. Accompanying rain boots and jackets, they...

How to: Light Outdoor Group Shots With Bare Bulb Flashes

Shooting a large group of people can be a challenge, and lighting that same group outdoors in the middle of the day...

So, This Is The ‘Perfect Portrait’ Proven By Science?

Anyone who takes photography seriously hopes to get the “perfect shot”, and if you are a professional, being able...

How To Use Light To Separate Your Subject From The Background

Understanding the effect lighting on your subject opens up a wide range of possibilities for your photography. You...

What Is A Stop Of Light?

There are many concepts in photography that are difficult to wrap your head around, and one that can be especially...

Why A Backlight Can Save You In Any Scene

Learn an easy photo trick tip make your clients believe you are a magician.