Photography Tips and Tricks

Master the Bells and Whistles: How to Handle Your New Camera

Master the Bells and Whistles: How to Handle Your New Camera

Lori Allen gives suggestions on how to handle your new camera, no matter how many bells and whistles it has.

Add Your Own Twist for a Unique Perspective on a Simple Photo

Add Your Own Twist for a Unique Perspective on a Simple Photo

Get creative and show off your own unique perspective by adding a fun twist to a simple subject.

Photo Tip: Vary Your Focal Length for Different Take on Same Subject

Photo Tip: Vary Your Focal Length for Different Take on Same Subject

Here is a simple camera trick you can use to maximize your destination and get as much photo variety as possible...

Camera Tip: Avoid the Awkwardness of "Street Shooting"

Camera Tip: Avoid the Awkwardness of "Street Shooting"

My mother always told me it was not polite to point at people. So I became a landscape photographer. I don’t know any photographer who is truly comfortable taking shots of strangers on the street, a.k.a. “street shooting.” In the old days, when I walked miles in the snow to school, it was a bit […]

The Difference A Lens Choice Can Make in a Portrait Photograph

When you photograph a person’s face, do you pay attention to how far you’re zooming your lens? You should. Check out the before and after shots below...

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