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Five Ways to Improve Your Composition Skills

Composition is one of the most important skills you can learn as a photographer. The interesting thing about composition is that it’s all to do with observation and learning to see. You may need to invest in a book or two to help you understand the basic principles, but nothing …

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5 Non-Portrait Ideas For Photographing Kids

When it comes to photographing kids, we spend a lot of time discussing how to capture images of them smiling naturally and looking at the camera. Of course, every parent wants that sort of image of their child or children, and learning how to cultivate those genuine reactions is an …

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Nikon D500 vs D7500

Just over a year after Nikon introduced the highly anticipated D500, the company announced an upgrade to its D7200 enthusiast-level DSLR in the form of the Nikon D7500. Nikon decided to skip the model numbers in-between and go directly to the D7500 for a good reason – the camera inherits …

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Nikon D7500 vs D7200

Now that the Nikon D7500 has been officially announced, it is a good time to see how it compares to its predecessor in terms of features and specifications. While Nikon definitely improved the D7500 on a number of different areas, whether it is the faster 8 fps continuous shooting, a …

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Nikon D7500 Announcement

Last night Nikon unveiled the new D7500 DSLR camera. The much anticipated update to the D7200 that was announced back in March of 2015 comes with a few updates that puts it close to the Nikon D500 in terms of features and speed – the same 20.9 MP APS-C sensor …

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Learning Product Photography with Sandy Dorau

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. If you follow the Improve Photography network of podcasts (and you are crazy if you are not, each show offers some unique insight from different hosts that make my commute much …

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Tips on Crossfit Photography

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. Tips for Crossfit Photography (or any indoor low-light sporting events) I am a Los Angeles based photographer who works on mostly lifestyle shoots around the city. I discovered the world of …

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Discussing White balance with Sandy Dorau (EP-96)

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. Connor and Sandy Discuss aspects of white balance and calibration White Balance is the point at which white appears true white. When your white balance is off… It varies depending on …

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