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In this article (the second of four), we’re going to walk you through a series of images to help you gain a practical understanding of the exposure triangle and how it relates to composition in the real world.
Should Photographers Use Live View When Shooting Portraits?
In this article, Pye shares when and why he chooses to use live view to capture images, as well as when the viewfinder is the best option.
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I was always anti-social as a natural habit. Actually, it was backyard macro photograph that gave me a creative passion, and helped me interact more with other people!
3 Visual Storytelling Techniques You Can Use to Create More Impactful Portraits | Meg Loeks
Lighting and composition play key roles in capturing great portraits, but creating a powerful story will stir an emotional response. In this article, Meg Loeks shares 3 techniques to help enhance storytelling within YOUR work.
7 Tips on Organically Growing Your Instagram Following in 2019
Growing your Instagram following is a process that has constantly evolved over the past few years. International fashion photographer and educator, Anita Sadowska recently put out an informative YouTube video with 7 tips on how to organically grow an Instagram following.
How to Take Moody Photos – A Guide By Mango Street
Popular YouTube photography enthusiasts, Mango Street are back! And today, they’re here to show you how to take perfect moody photos the right way using natural light and exposure.
Manny Ortiz’s BIG Secret on Getting Incredible Compositions in Boring Locations
In a recent video upload by Manny Ortiz, he walks us viewers through his process of getting incredible compositions in even the most boring of locations.