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    How a Single Step Can Transform a PhotographDe onestep prenew
    When I was starting out as a photographer, the best advice I was given was "ask yourself, before you click the shutter, is this the best angle?" It is a question I continually ask myself in my head to this very day, and it's something you should be asking yourself, too.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: 5 Tried and True Portrait Cropping TechniquesBenlucas cropping prelg
    Cropping a portrait properly takes a lot more thought than just putting the face in the middle of the frame. In this quick tutorial, you'll learn five techniques to ensure you're getting the most compelling crops for your portraits.Read More…
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    Win a Ticket to Our New Tuts+ Live Workshops!1
    This giveaway has now finished, but there are still a few tickets left - act fast to grab one! We have 5 tickets to give away for our newest Tuts+ Live Workshops, all you have to do is subscribe to our newsletter. Be quick though, this giveaway ends in 24 hours! We have two superb new Workshops starting in less than a week, An Introduction to Adobe InDesign and Professional Photo Retouching with Photoshop. This is your chance to win a free ticket to whichever one you'd like to attend, simply subscribe to the Tuts+ Live Workshops newsletter and we'll pick the winners on Friday 22nd (tomorrow). Read on to find out more about the Workshops and for more details about the giveaway!Read More…
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    Using Lightroom to Explore Photographic GeometryPreview2
    Getting creative with cropping is yet another way to expand the possibilities for your finished photographs. Although we usually think in terms of standard crops and keeping photos in the same ratio as they come out of the camera, there are many other options. Today, we're exploring some of the creative geometric possibilites and ideas for creating uniquely finished photographs.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Simple Portrait Photography TricksPreview
    Portrait photography is one of the most interesting types of photography. What makes it even more rewarding is the fact that you are making someone else beautiful through your camera. Interestingly, there are several things that one should keep in mind in order to get that "Wow" effect in the final portraits. Let's take a look at a few Quick Tips!Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Shooting Photos for a Holiday Restaurant LayoutPreview
    The briefing was a ten minute conversation over the phone: we need a photo to promote Christmas events catering at our place. We do not have any specific idea, but don't want those same tables everybody uses. Can you do it?Read More…
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    Composition
    How to Create a Sense of Depth to Your PhotosAdding a sense of depth to your photos
    Today we will take a look at how to add some sense of depth to your photographs and thus make them become alive and more interesting to the viewer. By making use of some simple but very effective factors that can be applied at the time of exposure, you can make a your picture pop. Today, we'll talk about perspective, depth of field, and framing.Read More…
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    Dealing With Foliage: Green and Yellow SaturationPreview
    I've noticed around the internet that a great many people struggle with foliage. A large number of people don't even seem to notice that there's an issue, which is unfortunately falsely backed up by the legions of commenters trying to be nice rather than truthful. The problem persists for all levels of photographers, from year one amateurs to multi-year pros.Read More…
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    Master the Art of Photographic CompositionPreview
    One of the first composition rules we learn in photography is the rule-of-thirds. But once you've understood this concept, what else can you do to improve the composition of your photos? It will get you started, but there's more to composition than where you place your subject in the frame. Today we'll be exploring a few more aspects of photographic composition, to ensure you're completely clued up on how to take brilliant shots!Read More…
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    How to Engage Your Viewers by Creating a Moment of DiscoveryPreview
    Photography is a quick medium. When we begin to study it, we learn composition techniques that make our images easier to view and more quickly understood. While all of these techniques are valuable, they tend to work against an equally valuable technique: making your viewers look deeply into your images, delaying their response to engage them, and creating a moment of discovery.Read More…
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    Completing a Newborn Baby Portrait Session on a BeachPhotography
    As the title explains, this tutorial aims to give direction on how best to photograph a newborn on the beach. Many variables come into play mainly because you have a newborn baby to deal with! Of all subjects to work with, a newborn baby has to be the most needy, thus potentially bringing the most stress on both you and the parents!Read More…
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    An Advanced Composition MasterclassPhotography
    As most photographers would say: it's both a science and an art. As we start to learn the basics of photography, we are engrossed in understanding all the technical details. The shooting modes, f/stops and depth-of-field, ISO settings or metering modes: all seem to come crowded together at the same time.Read More…
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