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Two Ways to Get More Out of Your Older Camera

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Here are couple effective techniques by Patricia Davidson to get most our of your older cameras.

How to Photograph Bright or Dark Subjects

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Have you ever attempted to photograph bright or dark subjects? Here are few challenges you will run into and some idea to over come them.

Will a new camera make you a better photographer?

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“I just bought the latest and greatest camera! Now I'll take much better pictures!” – Does brand new camera gear make you a better photographer?

Getting it Right with Fast Shutter Speed

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Pro photographer Jay Patel tell you how to capture some breathtaking nature photos with fast shutter speed.

Varina Takes on The Challenge of Low Contrast Light

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When the skies get heavy, don't pack up the camera and head home! Pull out your gear, change your mindset, and work the subtle light for all it's worth! Embrace the challenge!

Three Creative Ideas for Capturing the Glow

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Pro photographer Jay Patel shows us how to capture breath taking photos by capturing the glow created by reflected light.

Is There Bad Light in Landscape Photography?

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Is there such as bad light in landscape photography? Or just plain bad imagination? Here is what Pro Photographer Jay Patel has to say.

Choosing Beginner Landscape Photography Gear

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Pro photographer David Kingham gives sound advise for beginners for acquiring a ideal landscape photography gear.

5 Rarely Used Camera Settings

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Lace Andersen talks about 5 rarely used camera settings and how you can effectively use them to capture stunning photos.
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How to Expose for Birds in Flight

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Pro photographer Rahul Schadev share highly effective technique to accurately expose for birds in flight.

Stand by Me - A comparison of Photographic Styles

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There's nothing better than having someone to travel with - especially if that person is also your best friend. It's always fascinating to compare our photographic styles.

Nature Photography is About Light

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Stunning nature photography is about capturing the right light at the right time. Here are few tips to get you started.