Category: Photo Tips

How to Photograph the Northern Lights

How to Photograph the Northern Lights

Here are my 10 tips on how to photograph the Northern Lights…

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Photo Tip – Go beyond switching angles

Photo Tip – Go beyond switching angles

What’s the next step beyond switching your angles when photographing everyday scenes?

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Spotlight: Joel Carillet on photographing female strangers

Spotlight: Joel Carillet on photographing female strangers

When I was preparing my presentation on how to photograph strangers, I crowdsourced common questions from various communities I’m a part of  to answer during my presentation…

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Photo Tip: Take more environmental food portraits

Photo Tip: Take more environmental food portraits

We definitely need more environmental portraits of food to tell us the more complete story – more truth – behind our food photos…

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Photo Tip: Embrace harsh light with patterns and spotlights

Photo Tip: Embrace harsh light with patterns and spotlights

Here are two quick photo tips I use for working with harsh light when photographing during the day.

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Photo Tip: Put famous landmarks out of focus

Photo Tip: Put famous landmarks out of focus

One of my personal favorite photo tips when traveling around a city known for its famous landmarks is to actually ignore those landmarks…

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Photo Tip: Photographing children while traveling

Photo Tip: Photographing children while traveling

Being sensitive to how you approach and interact with locals is crucial to photographing children while traveling…

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Photo Tip: Adding depth with leading lines

Photo Tip: Adding depth with leading lines

Leading lines within an image create the impression of a third dimension by adding depth visually.

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