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Photo Taco – Hyperfocal Distance Explained!

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. Jeff Harmon explains aperture, depth of field, and hyperfocal distance as well as why hyperfocal distance is a concept EVERY photographer should understand regardless of what type of photography they do. …

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IP Roundtable (EP-217)

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. Topic 1: 100% Viewfinder coverage, Yn560TX, head space, get closer Topic 2: Laryssa:  It’s almost tax time and many of us who have a photography business need to gather our tax …

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The Ultimate Wildlife Photography Tutorial

In this in-depth Wildlife Photography Tutorial, we put together some of the best material we have published to date on photographing wildlife. Most of the information comes from myself (Robert Andersen), but a few extra tips are shared by other talented PL team members like Tom Redd. Instead of creating …

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Advertising on Facebook (EP-94)

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. Erica talks with Sarah Evans, the woman behind the course, Social Leads, to discuss the value of Facebook advertising and some best practices associated with it. The value of advertising on …

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What Is A Leaf Shutter?

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. The two main types of shutters in all modern cameras are focal-plane shutters and leaf shutters.  Focal-plane shutters are what you’ll find in most DSLRs and mirrorless cameras on the market …

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How to Create Artistic Photos with a Magnifying Glass

A magnifying glass is a handy little tool, popular with intrepid detectives and bug collectors. As the name suggests, the convex lens produces a magnified image of an object, but it can also be used to make some unusual and eye-catching imagery. Pairing a photographic lens with a magnifying glass will probably not …

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5 Tips for Photographing Water

Water is a beautiful subject to photograph. It can be as dramatic as a waterfall, predictable as a fountain, vast like the ocean, or just a winding exciting river. Whatever the source, it can be a point of interest in your image or an element of your composition. If you …

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