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How to Improve Your Photographic Eye Super-Effectively

What does it mean to have an eye for photography? Is it something you are born with, or can you can learn? Besides taking pictures, our photographic eye lets us recognize situations, composition, subjects and then puts together all these elements in a frame that makes a great picture.

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Photo by kennysarmy

Taking good pictures is not always easy, as there is a lot of practice required, so we can achieve both the technical aspects and the composition. Another key to taking good pictures is our way of “seeing” or our “vision.” Read more…

50 Luxury Fashion Photography Portfolios You Should See

The world of couture and high fashion сaptivates with its glamor and gloss. With its big audience, glamorous, international lifestyle and high price tags, fashion photography may seem to be one of the world’s most demanded professions.

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Photo by JUCO Photo

For each fashion photographer who makes it through the door of top magazines, many others find their niche in art photography, fashion advertising, celebrity portraiture or even paparazzi work to make a living. Becoming a fashion photographer is certainly a career opportunity that offers plenty of work and versatility. Read more…

The New Colossal Bundle with $10,063 worth of Top-Quality Resources – From $49

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Meet The The New Colossal Bundle with $10,063 worth of Top-Quality Resources – From $49. Read more…

The Rule Of Thirds: When To Use It, When To Lose It

The rule of thirds has been around for so long that it’s tough to say who came up with it. Long before the camera was ever invented, artists used it as well as the golden ratio to make their masterpieces as far back as the Renaissance.

Photo by Jeremy X

Photo by Jeremy X

The first time it was written, though, was by an artist and engraver by the name of John Harvey Smith. In his book, Remarks on Rural Scenery, he first wrote the term, Rule of Thirds. He references how a painter might paint a landscape: Read more…

Mastering the Art of Depth Creation

In the simplest terms, photography is a method of duplicating reality. While you cannot change reality, you can present it in the best way possible. Though you are duplicating reality, you can present your subjects in a way that tells a story — you can make the everyday seem ordinary or fantastic, by using simple photographic techniques.

No matter what your subject is, taking classic photos involves managing several attributes simultaneously. When light, composition, framing and timing all come together just right, the results can be spectacular. Read more…

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