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Using ISO in macro photography: how to increase sensitivity for pin-sharp images @ Weeder

Using ISO in macro photography: how to increase sensitivity for pin-sharp images http://t.co/Yqkog8VPCh #photography #arts
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12 Tips for Getting the Most out of Photoshop World @ Weeder

12 Tips for Getting the Most out of Photoshop World http://t.co/8skn2qlc5Q #photography #arts
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Want to Build the Next Instagram? A Guide to Developing Billion Dollar Photo Apps

Want to Build the Next Instagram? A Guide to Developing Billion Dollar Photo Apps | Photography Tips | Scoop.it
Are You Planning To Build Billion Dollar Photo Apps Like Instagram? Check out How to Make Billion Dollar Photo App...

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, August 21, 2014 1:27 PM

When Instagram was bought by Facebook in 1 billion dollars earlier this year, it officially consolidated this era as that of photo applications.

 

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Essential Night Landscape Photography Tips from Chris Burkard - Fstoppers

Essential Night Landscape Photography Tips from Chris Burkard - Fstoppers | Photography Tips | Scoop.it
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Chris has shared his ten essential tips for how to improve your night photography with the team at SmugMug.
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4 Tips to Create the Perfect Cover Photo on Any Social Network |

4 Tips to Create the Perfect Cover Photo on Any Social Network | | Photography Tips | Scoop.it
Want to get more from your social media cover photos? Here's how to improve your first social media impressions.

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Bonnie Burns's curator insight, August 20, 2014 10:43 AM

Tips to improve the quality and impact of your cover images today.

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How to Shoot Great Portrait Photography with Your iPhone

How to Shoot Great Portrait Photography with Your iPhone | Photography Tips | Scoop.it
Ever wondered why the best selfie is taken by stretching your arm out as far as possible? Jack Hollingsworth explains, and shares some tips for shooting beautiful photos of people. (Why do you get the best selfie by stretching your arm?
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If You Try to Publish a Picture of this Statue in Denmark, You'd Better be Ready to Pay Up

If You Try to Publish a Picture of this Statue in Denmark, You'd Better be Ready to Pay Up | Photography Tips | Scoop.it
One of Denmark’s most photographed attractions, a Little Mermaid statue, comes with a strange caveat: it can’t be photographed. Or rather, a photograph of
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Tips for Taking Great Portraits in 10 Minutes or Less @ Weeder

Tips for Taking Great Portraits in 10 Minutes or Less http://t.co/C2eYfi4rdG #photography #arts
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Google Launches Photo Sphere Camera App for iPhone

Google Launches Photo Sphere Camera App for iPhone | Photography Tips | Scoop.it
Google’s existing camera app already brought photo spheres to Android users, and now the internet giant has introduced a dedicated Photo Sphere Camera app to the iOS realm too. With...
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Striking Photos Showcase the Elegant Beauty of Big Cats

Striking Photos Showcase the Elegant Beauty of Big Cats | Photography Tips | Scoop.it
Using only a simple, dark background, Vincent J. Musi captures the elegance of lions, leopards, tigers, and more. The South Carolina-based photographer works for National Geographic and shot these breathtaking images as part of a series titled Big Cats. His photos showcase incredible, up-close details that we don’t often see, like the individual hairs, whiskers, and terrifying-looking teeth of these large animals.
In order to successfully shoot these photographs, Musi and his team created a studio space for each cat.  A huge, seamless paper background was installed for them to run around as the shutter went off (paper was only used for the cheetah - each one was a different approach - sometimes achieved with paint, wood and lighting.  Musi worked closely with experts of these captive-yet-untamed animals, and it took weeks to produce a small number of stunning portraits. The results highlight both the beauty and fierceness of the creatures.
Musi reflected on the challenges that he had…

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