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Finding optimal long exposure starting points

On an excursion in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon, I took a handheld one second long exposure. While one second doesn’t seem like...

Framing most important compositional technique

Framing is a critical element to photography composition. Framing leads the eyes and highlights the subject, but also provides a sense of depth and...

‘Arsenal’ assistant bolsters photography accessibility

The most notable aspect to the device is that it is designed to improve camera automation and image quality.

Proliferation of photography presents credibility issue

Since the advent of the internet, smartphones and social media platforms like Snapchat and Instagram, today's photography market is undoubtedly saturated....

Project goals develop photography style

Having photography projects has endless benefits but they are indispensable tools in order to develop photography style. Shooting with purpose motivates, helps photographers figure...

Delight horror enthusiasts by creating terrifying images

October is the month where people begin thinking about ghosts hauntings, ghouls create chaos and monsters hiding in the closet or underneath...

Eight depth cues to enhance composition

Depth cues are perhaps the most impactful visual elements in photography because environmental objects provide viewers with additional context and clear meaning. Newspaper producers...

Employing rule of thirds teaches compositional balance

The rule of thirds is another of the most basic and fundamental compositional techniques employed in visual art. As such, this keystone element of...

Green appreciation before winter gray takeover

With the departure of summer, those residing in areas that experience winter remember green fondly. As the days shorten and autumn brings...

Adjusting Photoshop white balance like a pro

A gray card in photography refers to a flat object of neutral gray used as a reference object for exposure and color. If you...