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Phone photography tips
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Today’s phones feature very respectable cameras that are capable of great results. Making the most of them involves a combination of applying traditional techniques and embracing modern technology. In my series of video tutorials, I’ll show you how to take better photos with your phone! … The post Phone photography tips appeared first on Cameralabs.

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Ten quick tips for photographing northern lights
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The other day I was lucky enough to catch some Northern Lights over my hometown Stockholm. It is quite rare to see them here, especially on a full moon night, and with all the light pollution from the city. The experience of seeing and photographing Aurora Borealis inspired me to compile a video and this article with […]

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5 practical tips to take your timelapse to the next level
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Timelapse used to be the realm of high tech studios and a few dedicated photographers & filmmakers. Now, anybody can do it. We even have apps on our phones that will let us shoot timelapse – although most of us still tend to use a “real camera”. But with so many people shooting timelapse today, […]

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10 cheap tips and hacks to get better video with your phone
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We post fairly regularly about various tricks for getting better photos with your phone. Rarely, though, is there a focus on video. Lately, though, it seems that video is a more common occurrence with our phones than stills. You don’t need a bunch of fancy expensive rigs and lenses to make the most of it, […]

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Long exposure photography tips
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Long exposures can be used to create beautiful and mysterious-looking images, transforming landscape or city scenes without any post-processing. It’s become one of my favourite techniques, and in my tutorial I’ll explain everything you need to know to get started with long exposures.… The post Long exposure photography tips appeared first on Cameralabs.

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Underwater Photography Tips from Aquapac
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A wise crustacean once said that it’s better down where it’s wetter. Singing crabs normally should not be trusted, but when it comes to photography, he does have a point. So we turned to a more trust-worthy source, our pals at Aquapac – makers of the Underwater DSRL Case – for their top underwater photography […]

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Five Tips for Fun Family Photos
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It’s family photo time! Grab a tripod for your phone or DSLR, a shutter remote (if you don’t want to mess with the self timer) and some candy to bribe the kiddos. We’ve got just a few tips from arranging your pretty faces, to going totally nuts, that’ll ensure a fun time taking the pics […]

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Tips for Mastering Concert Photography
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Everyone’s been there – front and center, in a dark, sweaty club crammed between hundreds of rabid fans listening to your favorite band. So, you pull out your iPhone because this is a moment you totally need to remember forever. But let’s be honest – what kind of memory is a blurry guitar player or […]

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Lighting Tips for Perfect Portraits
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Snapping a portrait, is much more complex than than pinning up a laser backdrop and requesting your subject say “cheese.” The key to a polished look is lighting! Read our tips for making your pals look their best in any light (you might just want to add some shine to help them look their best). […]

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Lighting tips: How to give your photos the famous National Geographic style
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National Geographic photos are a synonym for exceptional photography. In this video from Advancing Your Photography channel, you will learn how to achieve this kind of shots. Award-winning photographer Robert (Bob) Holmes teaches you how to master the techniques that will give your photos the National Geographic style. He shares some secrets of recognizing and […]

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Three tips for posing your non professional friends and family
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Ever tried posing your family or other non-pro friends for a photo. For some, it comes naturally, but for others, it may feel like an excruciating experience. Mango Street (previously) is here to the rescue. They share three basic (yet powerful) tips to help you pose and direct your friends. As usual, good photography starts with the […]

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