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Make Your Outdoor Photos Pop

Contributed by: Martin J. Allred      www.floridaography.com

If you are serious about photography and want to shoot like a pro, you should invest in a  DSLR camera and a couple of decent detachable lenses with filters. 316 more words

Dining

You've Taken Lots of Photos, Now What?

This was originally posted in August, 2015.

I spend a decent amount of time at work answering questions about what to do with digital photos after they’ve been taken.  108 more words

Photography

Macro Photography without a Macro Lens

If you want to get closer to your subjects for increased magnification, the standard route is to employ a macro lens when shooting. However, if you only have occasional use for a macro lens it may seem like an undue expense. 130 more words

Photography Tips

How to avoid camera blur on subject?

Camera shake or camera blur is a crucial problem while shooting in slow shutter speeds and it is a major issue with the beginners. It is the feel of visual jerk or vibration seen in a photo. 393 more words

How To - In My DSLR?

How to Make My Super Easy, Ridiculously Cheap, DSLR Rain Cover

A week or so ago I posted a photo-essay about shooting in the rain in Bejucal, Cuba. I mentioned a cover I made with a plastic bag for my DSLR, which led to some inquiries from readers asking how they could make it themselves. 316 more words

Travel

Quick Tips for Better Photos: #9 Photographing Food

Hey friends, I think it’s safe to say that most of us like to take photos, right?  But I also realize that most people don’t actually want to learn photography, what they want is a few easy tips to take better photos.  431 more words

Photography

How to take advantage of shapes?

Shape is the first visual information human eye can take to understand a subject. From our childhood, we learn a lot from shapes. A recognizable shape is what makes us relate things subconsciously. 327 more words

How To - In My DSLR?