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Versatility – Your Guide to Shooting Great Travel Photography

Professional travel photographers realize that the key to their business is versatility: to be able to shoot all styles of photography, and to consistently capture great shots even under very trying conditions. To be a strong assignment photographer you must identify your weakness and then work on it. Instead of concentrating on what you shoot […]

 

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The Essential Shotlist for Temple Photography

If you have traveled in Asia, you know that temples are on your itinerary. The rich cultural heritage of Asia’s religions means any tour you take in Asian countries will be peppered with temples! temples! temples! How many ways can you photograph a temple? We learned about shotlists a few days ago. So let’s apply […]

 

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Adding These Three Elements to a Landscape Composition Can Make Your Shot Pop

One of the keys to stunning landscape photographs is so obvious that it is often overlooked. If you find your landscapes lacking in awe, try adding these three elements: a foreground, middle, and background. As simple as it seems, a lot of photographers often place too much focus on just one of the elements and […]

 

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How to create postcard-perfect landscape Images

For the professional photographer, landscape photography demands a very different way of working. Typically photographed with the camera mounted on a tripod, the aperture is given priority to ensure the image is sharp from front to back. As for light, the window of opportunity is small, limited to the beginning and end of the day. […]

 

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Streetscapes and how to capture those amazing roads you travel

Shanghai’s Bund, New York’s Fifth Ave, Memphis’ Beale St, Dubrovnik’s Placa and Paris’ Champs Élysées are streetscapes that demand to be photographed. Their very names conjure up images of the heart of the city. Every city has such streets (even if they aren’t household names) – streets that are the city’s commercial, cultural, tourist and […]

 

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