Pro Tips on How to Take Beautiful Antelope Canyon Pictures

by Ann de Bruyn

“Wow” is an understatement when describing the beauty of Antelope Canyon. Its beautiful and glowing red canyon walls, sleek curves, scalloped rock faces as well as striking light beams can leave you speechless. Fortunately, you don’t have to be a professional photographer just to get great Antelop...

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Best Camera Lens Cleaning Kit of 2022: Gentle & Effective

by Ann de Bruyn

Who doesn’t love to have their pictures taken? Pictures are very precious because it preserves and immortalizes special memories. Behind all the amazing pictures, a very reliable camera creates the magic. Cameras that are uncared for may not produce quality photos and videos. Without proper care a...

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How to Photograph Fireworks: 10 Easy Tips

by John Stapel

Want to know how to photograph fireworks like a pro? Looking to take your firework photography to the next level? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, I share everything you ever wanted to know about creating stunning firework photos – so that, by the time you’ve finished readin...

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Limpets in the Landscape

by Ann de Bruyn

Theo Bosboom Theo Bosboom is a passionate photographer from the Netherlands, specialising in nature and landscapes. In 2013, he turned his back on a successful legal career to pursue his dream of being a fulltime professional photographer. He is regarded as a creative photographer with a stro...

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BEGINNERS Guide to Photoshop’s Adjustment Layers (VIDEO)

by John Stapel

So what exactly is an “Adjustment Layer” in Photoshop, and what does it enable you to do? According to Adobe it’s “a layer that lets you apply color and tonal values to your image without permanently changing pixel values.” In basic terms, you can use various layers to experiment with color, tone...

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How to Fix Bad Lighting in Your Photos: 7 Tips

by John Stapel

Photographers love certain types of lighting for photography – the golden hours and the blue hour are two great examples – but what do you do when the lighting is bad? Do you give up? Do you go home? In my view, it’s entirely possible to create interesting, meaningful photos when the lighti...

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