3 Most Basic And Important Posing Tips To Photograph Young Siblings

Have you ever tried to pose an elementary-age set of siblings, only to have one or more of them dissolve into a crying mess before you’re able to capture a single frame? When it comes to posing young siblings, I’ve discovered that things run more smoothly when I take a

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Basic Principles Of Design And Composition: The Difference Between Repetition & Pattern And How Rhythm Is Related To It

Repetition in photography and pattern in photography are two fundamental principles of composition. With careful use of repetition or pattern, you can draw the viewer straight into your images – and keep them engaged for minutes, even hours. So if you’re ready to learn how to take your compositions to

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Basic Principles Of Design And Composition: 5 Tips To Create Depth In Landscape Photography

Would you like to create powerful landscape photos that make the viewer feel immersed in the scene? Of course you would. Chances are, all the most memorable landscape photos you’ve seen make you feel part of the landscape, as if you could just step into the photo. One of the

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5 Basic Mistakes To Avoid When You Shoot Black And White Photography

Black and white photography has been around for nearly 180 years, ever since Louis Daguerre introduced the daguerreotype process to the world. It is still hugely popular despite the rise and ease of color photography. And yet, whenever I look at other people’s black and white photos, I see the

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12 Basic Principles Of Photography And How To Use Them To Create Beautiful Photography

The best photos in the world are featured in magazines, discussed on blogs, and fawned over in competitions. Most of the time, we can also all agree that those pictures are outstanding. The great thing is that these photos all share similar qualities. You can learn from these and use

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