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Top Tips for Teaching a Successful Photography Class
Top tips from Cindy Reeves, co-creator of the Shutter Teachers Curriculum, for teaching a successful basic digital photography class.
10 Simple Steps, How to Be a Great Photo Assistant
One of the best ways to learn more about the field of photography that you are interested in is to be an assistant to a photographer in that field. Here are some tips on how to be the best photo assistant you can be.
5 Tips and Tricks for Better High School Football Images
Well, it is that time of year everyone. Football (American Football to all of you Internationals) season is upon us, both College and High School competitions kicked off across the country this weekend. So I thought it would be nice to share some quick tips and tricks to help you get the best shots possible.
Get Out and Find the Secrets of Your Area | Wildlife Photography Tips and Tricks
It’s real easy to get caught up in gear and camera settings when it comes to photography, wildlife photography is no different. But the key to wildlife photography, just as with any photography niche, is capturing a moment with emotion a moment that will catch a viewer’s attention or make a connection with them.
Tip of the Day: Trade in your Reflector for a Speedlight for Solo Outdoor Photography
One of the hardest things for me when trying to learn how to take better natural light outdoor pictures was that since it’s just me I did not have an assistant to run around holding a reflector for me. I did not want to use a light stand to hold a reflector because that is bulky and annoying to reposition. So I began to look at alternatives, and by far the best one to me was a speedlight.
How to Get Your Subject to Feel Comfortable for a Shoot – Ask SLR Lounge Season 1 Ep 2
Not everyone is a professional model, so what does it take for average people take photos like one? We have two simple steps that can really make a difference.
Getting Better Shots at the Zoo
I took a family trip to the Zoo this weekend and so I figured that maybe some of you might like some tips for getting better shots of the animals at the Zoo. If you have a Zoo in the area you it is likely a pretty popular family outing, this means lots of people and lots of cameras.
Natural Light Wednesday: Cole McDaniel Photography
In this week’s Natural Light Wednesday we share some tips for getting better natural light shots and feature the work of Memphis, TN photographer Cole McDaniel.