I’ve always preferred black and white photography to color. Landscapes take a more dramatic look, portraits become timeless.
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Composition, From Snap Shot to Great Shots
With all the tools available today to retouch digital portraits, it’s easy for us to go way overboard with editing on photos. We make a few adjustments here and there, then make a few more, and before we know it, the photo looks completely different – sometimes good, and sometimes, well, not so good. I’ve been shooting portraits now for about 6 years with a digital camera, and when I think of some of the editing I did early on, all I can do is cringe.
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Basic Photo Editing in Lightroom
In this post, Steve Berardi from the PhotoNaturalist explains why sometimes close-up photos are better from far away.
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Sometimes Close-ups Are Better From Far Away
A Guest Post by Prita Sujudi For an amateur who had just been introduced to photography after having had two kids of seven and six year olds, I often find travel photography can be very challenging as I never had the choice but to carry both camera and kids! But for the love of travel and photography, I forced myself and juggled my way between thinking about aperture and bathing the kids at the same time.
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Travel Photography and Kids: How to Juggle Yourself in Between