Featured Landscape Photos for December 2016

Featured Landscape Photos for December 2016


In December we featured the following photographers: Louise van Heerden Jonathan Martin Tony Patrick Kelley [Click Here to See Our Current Featured Landscape Photos] December 2016, Week 5: Patrick Kelley Photo © Patrick Kelley Focal Length: 16mm ISO: 64…

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How To Do Low Key Photography in Daylight


You may have seen the term “low-key” polluting your social media feed. Millennials know it to mean something along the lines of “minimally”, “slightly” or “secretly”, and though their lingo is often very curious and illogical, this…

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SleekLens Through the Woods Landscape Workflow Presets


Photography is gaining a popularity that is more widespread than ever before in history. With everyone having a device that includes a camera somewhere within reach at most given moments of the day, the world…

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What Are the Different Types of Photography


From the earliest of times, man has felt the desire to record images of the world around him in some manner. Whether the purpose is to tell a story, express creativity or leave a record…

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5 Edits for Beginners to Make Your Photos Pop


Ask any professional photographer and they will tell you that it is rare a picture comes out perfect. Even with extreme high-end cameras, which few of us actually have, most photographs need a little “help”….

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A Career in Wildlife Photography - Things to Consider - Fighting Springbok

A Career in Wildlife Photography – Things to Consider


Wild animals are all around us. Even in the most populated cities there are many birds, mammals, insects, spiders, reptiles and amphibians that make great photographic subjects. It does not matter where you are, there…

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Macro of Water on Leaf

What Is Macro Photography?


Have you ever felt that where you live there’s nothing exciting to photograph? Your camera just an expensive paperweight? If you take a magnifying glass to everyday things around you a whole new world opens up with…

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Aperture Priority Tutorial

Aperture Priority Tutorial


In the previous article we motivated why its hard to take your photography to the next level until you understand concepts like exposure, aperture and ISO. We had a look at the three side of the exposure triangle and observed that…

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Mode dial – Your First Step Beyond Auto Mode

Mode dial – Your First Step Beyond Auto Mode


What Is the Mode Dial?   The image above is the mode dial on a DSLR camera. This is sometimes referred to as the PASM wheel, which stands for Program, Aperture, Shutter, and Manual mode….

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What is ISO

What is ISO?


What is ISO – Dictionary Definition ISO stands for International Standards Organization. It denotes the industry standard for the sensitivity of emulsion based camera film or digital sensor. What is ISO – All about Fast or…

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