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8 Reasons Why Manual Focus Is Still Relevant Today

Why Manual Focus is still Relevant. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photo below: Manual Focus

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–10–07 17:54
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Tags: tutorialOctober 2015ManualFocus

X-T10 vs E-M5 II vs a6000: Mirrorless Shootout!

Find the ultimate mid-range mirrorless camera: Fujifilm X-T10 vs. the Olympus E-M5 II and the Sony a6000. To see this challenge, just follow the link or click the photo below: Mirrorless Shootout

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–09–20 12:06
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Tags: MirrorlesssonyolympusFujiMid-rangeShootoutSeptember 2015

10 Photography Techniques You Might Be Overusing

Everything in moderation…especially when it comes to things like clarity slider. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photo below: Overused Techniques

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–09–13 18:47
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Are RAW Files Really Better Than JPGs?

Why you should always shoot in RAW files. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photo below: RAW vs. JPGs

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–09–02 20:59
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Tags: rawJPGsFilesarticleSeptember 2015

How to Properly Critique a Photograph

Critique is a strange beast. Given properly, it can facilitate both technical and artistic growth, but given improperly, it can derail development, damage self-esteem, and undermine the strong sense of community that makes photography such a group pursuit. To read this article, follow the link or click the photograph: Critique Photos

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–08–30 01:08
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Dear Churches, Your Photography Rules Might be Making it Harder on Both of Us

Wedding Photographer’s Open Letter to Churches. To read this article, follow the link or click the photograph: Photography Humor

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2015–08–24 14:40
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6 Ways to Stay Motivated and Inspired with Your Photography

A wonderful article with some great ideas: 6 Ways to Stay Motivated and Inspired with Your Photography. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photograph: Keep Motivated and Inspired

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2015–08–20 21:02
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When We've Lost Sight of the Image

Lenses, bodies, lighting, software, film, digital. Photographers can be a technical bunch. We must not forget what lies beneath the tangible, first-order details, though. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photograph: Don’t Lose Sight

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2015–08–17 21:06
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3 Must-Have Types of Landscape Photography Lenses

What are the most essential lenses for landscape and nature photography? To read this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photograph: 3 Best Lenses

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–08–16 18:22
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These Are the Silly Photography Arguments You Want to Avoid

Photography is a peaceful and relaxing, but sometimes solitary, pursuit, yet when photographers meet, whether virtually or in that place they call the real world, there is a good chance that an argument will start. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photograph: Silly Arguments

Posted by JAshley on Sat, 2015–08–15 19:03
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5 Business Mistakes Photographers Make All the Time

In this post, we’ll be sharing 5 business mistakes that photographers make all the time. To read the entire article, just follow the link or click the photograph: 5 Photography Business Mistakes

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–08–14 15:56
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The Sad Truth About Facebook

To read the entire article just follow the link or click the photograph below: Facebook

Everything in life comes and goes. Sadly, photographers using Facebook to promote their work is coming to an end. It wasn’t that long ago when newsfeeds were sorted by the things most recently posted and not by what Facebook thought we’d be interested in.

Posted by JAshley on Tue, 2015–08–04 14:43
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What You Should Be Spending Your Money On If You're a Photographer

Gear, of course! Camera bodies and lenses galore! Nothing makes you a better photographer than dumping thousands of dollars on the latest technology! Right? No? Ok, I digress, I guess blowing all your hard earned (or borrowed) cash on the latest and seemingly greatest in camera equipment is probably about the least effective thing you can do to improve the quality of your work. So what SHOULD you be spending your money on then?

Travel

Variety is the spice of life. Nothing can lead to a more onerous creative rut than feeling like you have nothing interesting to shoot. By traveling out of your normal environment your shatter those suffocating walls of sameness. If you find your work is starting to feel a bit stale invest some money it traveling to new and exciting subjects.

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–07–31 10:39
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How I Became a Location Independent Travel Photographer

Naomi and I just celebrated our 40th month of being on the road full-time and living a 100% location independent lifestyle. Looking back, it seems like a lifetime ago when we made that crazy decision to sell nearly everything we owned and adopt a life filled with travel photography. In a way, it really was a lifetime ago because we were completely different people back then living very different lives; two people with a dream of what could be, teeming with optimism, but with no real idea of how it would all work out in the end.

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–07–29 12:35
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The Debate Over Watermarks in Photography

Controlling your image is a valid quest for any photographer, as we all want to protect our brand. Seeing one’s work altered without permission can be frustrating, as can discovering your work on blogs that are void of any credit. The first response for most photographers is to watermark their images, ensuring that their logo or website graces every image that hits the internet. In today’s landscape, is watermarking your photographs the best way to protect them? Let’s review both sides of this debate, and explore the current state of the watermark in photography.

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–07–26 16:28
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Four New Resources Added to the Corner Resource Center

Unless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed FOUR new resources that were posted up over the past couple of days. Luckily for you, we have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:


Thanks to JeffColburn and legolas258 for putting these reviews/articles together for the Corner! If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2012–05–10 13:59

Two New Articles Added to the Corner Resource Center

In case you missed them, we’ve just added 2 new articles to the Corner Resource Center. Check ‘em out:

Thanks to Viktor and Madeline for writing these for us! If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2012–02–28 18:03

Five New Resources Added to the Corner Resource Center

Redipix Product ReviewUnless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed FIVE new resources that were posted up over the past couple of weeks. Luckily for you, we have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:



Thanks to chellezfotoz, IKuhn (and me, I guess) for putting these reviews/articles together for the Corner! If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–09–12 13:44

An Article, Tutorial & Product Review Added to the Corner Resource Center

Unless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed a couple new resources that were posted up over the past couple of days. Luckily for you, we have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:



Thanks to Randy and Lise for putting these reviews/tutorials/articles together for the Corner! If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2011–04–30 13:00

Two New Resources Added to the Corner Resource Center

SmugMugUnless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed a couple new resources that were posted up last week. Luckily for you, we have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:



If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2011–03–22 19:27
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