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Getting More Out Of Your Travel Photography

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If you’re like me, you grew up studying the pages of National Geographic, amazed at the images from around the world. I began to carry a camera on family vacations and realized how fun travel photography can be. Whether you are on the other side of globe, or a day’s travel from home, visiting a new place can be exciting and enlightening.

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Hidden Gems In Adobe Lightroom: Skin Smoothing

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I’m going to be writing a few posts in a series that feature some of the more unique and hidden features of both Adobe Lightroom & Aperture. I call them my ‘holy grail’ adjustments or my ‘hidden gems’ because not many professional photographers I know that use Lightroom on a daily basis even consider using these adjustments in their workflow.

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7 Tips For Better Wildlife Photography

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Wildlife photography can be very difficult and because of that, it is very rewarding. Getting all the stars to align for that perfect animal image can be very frustrating, so here I have laid out seven tips to help take your wildlife photography to the next level.

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Four Ways to Create Balance in Landscape Photography

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The path to a strong composition is not always clear in landscape photography, and at times can be the most challenging aspect of the craft. Since you can not physically alter the landscape to create your own vision, you as a photographer rely on your skills and creative techniques to control how the landscape appears through the lens.

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How To Become A Successful Full-Time Photographer In 1 Year: The Ultimate Guide – Part 1

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Just over 1 year ago I was working 50 hours per week in a cafe, dreaming of some day that I’d quit that job and work for myself. I remember the day I made the commitment to stop dreaming about this idea and put it into action. I came home from the cafe and began the long process of trying to translate all my thoughts into a something that could be remotely called a photography business.

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