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How to Read Histogram and Use it to Expose Perfect Photos | FreeDigitalPhotographyTutorials.com

How to Read Histogram and Use it to Expose Perfect Photos | FreeDigitalPhotographyTutorials.com | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
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How to Photograph Reflections

How to Photograph Reflections | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
25 Best Reflection Photographs Whether you are a landscape photographer or even a street photographer, there will be times when you need to photograph reflections. A landscape image can be hugely enhanced by including the reflective surface of a lake or stream, for example, or there my be times that you need to shoot products through a shop window (a shopkeeper friend of mine asks me all the time to shoot her colourful window displays through glass). Dealing with reflections...

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, December 10, 3:21 AM

Want to know How to Photograph Reflections? In this article we give you 5 great tips and 25 amazing examples of reflections from portraits to landscapes

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PARCC Shortens English/Language Arts Assessment

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3 Filters Every Landscape Photographer Needs

3 Filters Every Landscape Photographer Needs | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Photography Filters – as in glass filters you screw or place over your lenses – may seem a bit old school in 2014, but they are still necessary, as even powerful software like Photoshop can’t replicate their effects properly. Here are three landscape filters that should still have pride of place in your bag. They are reasonably easy to use and not too expensive, and can save hours of faffing around in Lightroom or Photoshop. 1) Polarisers I love polarisers...

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, June 18, 6:03 AM

Are you a landscape photographer? Do you still need photography filters for landscape photography or can Photoshop now do everything in post processing? The Answer is NO IT CAN'T. To find out why read on.

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Autofocus Modes Explained

Autofocus Modes Explained | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
The process of becoming a more skilled and creative photographer involves moving away from the ‘out of the box’ automatic settings on your camera, and taking control of it yourself. While many enthusiast photographers understand that they need to get beyond auto-everything or Program shooting modes to take more creative shots, you may not realise you also need to take control of automatic focussing. This sounds counterintuitive; surely the whole point of autofocus (one of the greatest breakthroughs in camera...

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, April 28, 5:47 AM

Have you ever found it difficult to focus on a subject? Was it fast moving or just not in the right place? In autofocus modes explained, we show you want focusing mode to use for different situations.

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Exposure - Create Beautiful Photo Narratives

Exposure - Create Beautiful Photo Narratives | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Exposure enables photographers to easily tell vibrant stories with their photos. Assemble a more complete narrative than you could with a feed or lonely photo on a permalink page.

Creating amazing narratives in Exposure is a breeze. Our “what you see is what you get” editor lets you craft your post exactly as others will see it. Drag and drop to create photo sets laid out in beautiful grids that look great on every device. Write some content, add a title, and hit Publish to share your story with the world.


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Srdp Cégep de l'Outaouais's curator insight, December 9, 2013 10:27 AM

Un bel outil pour ceux et celles qui aiment raconter des histoires numériques...

Kate JohnsonMcGregor's curator insight, December 13, 2013 10:37 AM

I have an idea for teaching photo essays as part of an English project-based learning initiative - this looks like an awesome tool! Yay! Literacy!

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If you can shoot it, you can narrate it..awesom

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How to Photograph Autumn Colour

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How to Photograph Fall Color. Autumn (or fall) is arguably one of the most exciting times of the year for the landscape photographer.

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, October 21, 2013 5:53 AM

Have you got out your camera and photographed the fall colours yet?. In this article we give you some hints and tips on how to photograph the best Autumn images.

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6 Prime Lenses All Photographers Should Own

6 Prime Lenses All Photographers Should Own | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
If you own a system camera you really owe it to yourself to own at least one prime lens.

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, September 20, 2013 5:58 AM

Do you own a prime lens or are thinking of buying one? In this article we explain which prime lenses all photographers should own.

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5 Facts Every Good Photographer Should Know

5 Facts Every Good Photographer Should Know | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
The truly wonderful thing about photography is that’s always something new to learn. In fact I don’t think it’s possible to know everything there is to know. Isn’t that great?

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, August 26, 2013 4:56 AM

How many of these 5 photography facts do you already know? 

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5 great online resources for learning photography - Mother Nature Network

5 great online resources for learning photography - Mother Nature Network | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Mother Nature Network 5 great online resources for learning photography Mother Nature Network I'm always on the lookout for new photography classes to take, thinking that if I were to take a class I'd be able to learn new skills without having to...
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How to Read Histogram and Use it to Expose Perfect Photos | FreeDigitalPhotographyTutorials.com

How to Read Histogram and Use it to Expose Perfect Photos | FreeDigitalPhotographyTutorials.com | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
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Landscape Photographer’s Guide to the Sun

Landscape Photographer’s Guide to the Sun | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Where and when the sun rises and sets: Solstice and Equinox In a few weeks’ time we’ll reach a date that few celebrate, but one that’s important to landscape photographers: the summer solstice.

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New York Institute of Photography - How to take a Romantic Portrait

Photography courses and training from New York Institute of Photography, home-study photography training from real-life professional photographers.
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Top Five Apps for Travel Photography | LandLopers

Top Five Apps for Travel Photography | LandLopers | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it

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4 Typical Camera Focussing Problems Solved

4 Typical Camera Focussing Problems Solved | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
How to Improve your Camera Focusing Focussing is one of the more challenging areas of photography and anyone who thinks that you can just leave it all down to modern autofocus systems is probably in for a shock. As with exposure, ‘automatic’ autofocus, by which we mean the multiple AF points that are usually activated by default on your camera, works well to an extent, but there are times it can be fooled into focussing on the wrong thing. Say...

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, August 29, 4:38 AM

Has Your camera Ever let You Down While Focusing? Autofocus works well to an extent, but there are times it can be fooled into focussing on the wrong thing.  here we give you 4 tips on how to solve typical focusing problems

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5 Composition Tricks Not to Miss

5 Composition Tricks Not to Miss | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Great Composition Tips to Improve Your Photography Composition is one area that proves challenging for many photographers, people who can otherwise get to grips with lots of complicated aspects of modern photography. Some sages claim that you either have an ‘eye’ for photography or you don’t, but I don’t buy this. Composition is a skill that needs to be acquired like any other, and while it’s true that legends like Cartier Bresson seemed to have an instinctive skill for arranging...

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, August 22, 2:04 AM

Great Composition Tips to Improve Your Photography
Composition has to be one of the most challenging aspects of photography. In this article Geoff Harris give us 5 Composition Tricks Not to Miss

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5 Top Photography Tips for Razor Sharper Shots

5 Top Photography Tips for Razor Sharper Shots | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
You can tell when you’ve become a serious photographer when you start to obsess about the s word – sharpness. Enter any photography competition, or submit images for feedback at any camera club, and sharpness is one area that’s really scrutinised. While most competent photographers know how to avoid very blurry softs, it’s much harder to get absolutely pin-sharp results that still stand up when viewed at 100% on the camera’s screen or in software. Here five ways to sharpen...

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, May 30, 5:29 AM

Want razor sharp images? In this article we explain 5 tips to get consistently sharp images from your photography.

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5 Composition Mistakes You Might Be Making Without Realising It

5 Composition Mistakes You Might Be Making Without Realising It | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Good composition is crucial to good photography and it’s one of the areas that even quite experienced photographers can struggle with. Unlike, say, exposure compensation, there isn’t a handy button you can press to give you nicely framed pictures. While it’s true that some photographers seem to have more of a natural eye for composition than others, it is a skill like any other, and one that can be improved through intelligent practice. With this is mind, here are are...

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, April 23, 8:49 AM

Are you still making mistakes with your photographic composition? Check out this article to see 5 common mistake you may be making without knowing it.

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Winter Photography: Making The Most of Snow

Winter Photography: Making The Most of Snow | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Autumn is slowly giving way to winter. Although autumn is my favourite season photographically, winter brings fresh opportunities and challenges that I always look forward to.

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, November 11, 2013 8:37 AM

Want to take beautiful snowy landscapes? In this weeks article Landscape Photographer David Taylor explains how to make the most of winter photography.

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Buying A New Camera: 5 Questions to Ask Yourself

Buying A New Camera: 5 Questions to Ask Yourself | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Buying a new camera ultimately means making a decision. If you’re anything like me this can be agony.   It seems that life is a series of decisions. Some are momentous (should I move house?

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, September 30, 2013 5:03 AM

Are you thinking of buying a new camera? Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before you make a final decision.

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Exposure: Understanding Your Camera’s Lightmeter

Exposure: Understanding Your Camera’s Lightmeter | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Getting the exposure right: Taming your camera’s lightmeter The lightmeter in your digital camera is astonishingly clever. The default mode is known as Evaluative (or Matrix).

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, September 4, 2013 5:43 AM

Do You understand your camera's exposure modes? Your camera's light meter is extremely clever and in this article we explain how to get the most out of it.

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Memory Cards: Choosing the Right Card

Memory Cards: Choosing the Right Card | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Bear with me on this. Your camera and its relationship to memory cards is just like a car and its relationship to fuel. Without fuel a car would just be an expensive lump of metal that doesn’t do anything particularly useful.

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, August 19, 2013 4:33 AM

Thinking of buying some new memory cards in the near future? ........STOP! Reading this article before making your purchase and avoid some very costly mistakes.

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Controlling Light: How to Bounce Flash

Controlling Light: How to Bounce Flash | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Using bounce flash to soften shadows. The light from an on-camera flash isn’t really that flattering. The results often resemble police record shots, which isn’t a good look (unless you’re a police photographer).

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MyPhotoSchool's curator insight, June 14, 2013 5:59 AM

Using flash in daylight may seem odd to some people, but flash can be extremely useful in eliminating unsightly shadows. Here Photographer David Taylor explains how to use bounce flash to maximise image quality.

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25 Beautiful Night Photography examples and Tips for Beginners

25 Beautiful Night Photography examples and Tips for Beginners | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Night photography refers to photographs taken outdoors between dusk and dawn.

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Sirrah Lore's curator insight, May 29, 2013 6:37 PM

Something special about night photography.  I find the night time even more magical with a camera.  We are beginning our own night sky photography classes as www.greencoastphotography.com

 

Ji Woong Jang's curator insight, May 29, 2013 10:13 PM

It was so hard to take the night shoots to meet my satisfaction, but I am sure that this post will help you and I  lead to better skills next time! Spcially, tip number 5 ~ 7 are related to actual dealing with the camera rather than number 1 ~4 tips are explaining for the pre-posture. Are you ready for taking the most beaufiul photos ?

Randy McKown's comment, June 27, 2013 10:44 AM
that fire breather shot is AWESOME .. wish I would have shot that one. :)
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Macro Photography: How to Take Close-up Photographs

Macro Photography: How to Take Close-up Photographs | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Taking close up photographs can be great fun, and actually quite addictive as you start to discover all sorts of objects, both natural and man-made, that can make wonderful subjects for your camera.

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Exposure VS Highlights VS Whites

Exposure VS Highlights VS Whites | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
New Basic Panel Sliders (Lightroom) Do you know the difference between the Exposure vs. Highlights vs. Whites tone sliders in Photoshop and Lightroom?

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