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Spring Photography Ideas for When You’re Bored

Every season is photogenic in its own way. Spring brings such a dramatic change with all its leaves, grass, and flowers, it has to be special. It’s the perfect time to experiment and try something new. Even if you’ve taken spring photos many times before,…

Get Started With Adventure Photography

Who doesn’t like an adventure? Those looking to get a little off the beaten track will enjoy adventure photography. In this article, you’ll learn all about what this means, and the preparation you’ll need to put in place to succeed. Equipment for…

How to Get Catchlights in Your Portrait Photos

Capturing beautiful catchlights is a crucial skill you need to learn in portraiture. Using it properly helps make your subject’s eyes look more alive. In this article, we’ll show you how to use catchlight photography to make your portraits look engaging. What Is a Catchlight?…

Tips for Photographing Birds in Flight

Wild birds are beautiful, and they make great photography subjects. But capturing birds in flight can be tricky. Here are 8 tips for photographing birds in flight. Research the Type of Bird You’re Photographing According to new research, there could be about 18,000 species…

Best Iceland Photography Spots and Tips

Iceland has become a very popular country thanks to its gorgeous and diverse landscapes. It’s also a challenging place because of its popularity. This can make your Iceland photos look unoriginal and its harsh weather conditions can slow down your journey. Here are the best Iceland…

How to Shoot Minimalist Portrait Photography

Sometimes, all you want to do is go out and take striking photos of people. Some of us don’t want to worry about complicated plans, equipment, and locations. Minimalist portrait photography is the key to this. Here’s how to shoot simple and powerful portraits. What…

20 unusual photography destinations to visit

Travel photography shouldn’t be a through the hordes. Geoff Harris points the way to some of the planet’s less packed, but still very photographic, places. With winter coming to an end, many readers will be thinking about which photography destinations to visit…

How to shoot moody woodland landscape

Creating images full of mood and atmosphere takes a keen eye and an ability to see order in chaos, as Neil Burnell explains While many landscape photographers are drawn to shooting sunsets and sunrises with drama light and color, I’ve always taken…