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  • 20 rules for better sunset photography

    Shooting sunsets is like all photography about the light, only more so. I’ll try to give some basic rules that will improve your sunset images and some personal tips that I believe will be useful for you. If you are using your iPhone you should use the HDR-function. It will then take two exposures and merge into one image with

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  • How to make beautiful HDR images

    It has never been easier to take beautiful HDR-images than now. We explain what it is, how you can create real HDR-images and how to cheat and create nice HDR effects from one single exposure. HDR (High Dynamic Range) is a technique to create images that is closer reality, how the human eye perceives a view. Our cameras have a

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  • 7 tips for using household objects to create photography effects

    In this video by Cooph you’ll get tips on using among other things stockings, lighter aerosol, a mirror or a tablet to create cool effects for photography. Please let us know if you have tips on your own. And don’t forget to check out Cooph. It’s a community for photographers with lots of interesting content.

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  • How to take better travel pictures

    15 tips for better travel photography. The vacation is probably the time when we take the most pictures. Shooting travel images is however not always easy, so here is some basic advice which may help you get more satisfied with your travel photography. (Click on any picture to see it in larger size). 1. The equipment It’s important not to

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  • How to take better pictures of children

    Photographing children – is it extreme action or portrait photography? I don’t know, but here are some ideas for you who like to photograph children. I have one portrait from when I was a child. It’s a black and white image of me standing in strange clothes, looking a bit afraid and shy, wondering what’s happening. Back then parents took

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  • 12 places for sharing your images with the world

    Here are the web applications for getting feedback on your images from the entire world, or just to find some inspiration. Most people knows Instagram, but there are many more places where you can post your images and get feedback on your work. In some cases you can even sell your images or use the applications to backup your images

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  • Seven simple hacks for photoghaphers

    Your own creativity is the most important tool for better photography. Here you’ll get tips on how to turn: An egg timer into a time laps rig. Some plastics and rubber bands into a filter for arty effects. Vaseline into a filter for cool vignette effects. An old Tupperware can and some transparent paper into a flash diffuser. A piece

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  • How to photograph products for webshops and advertising

    Products are probably after humans the most photographed motive. This is how to think and how to doo when shooting products. There is more to consider when shooting products then you think. In most cases you associate product photography with high quality images of packaging, perhaps a plastic bag with content, a bottle of whine, a watch or camera. You

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  • The reflector – an inexpensive tool that will make better portraits

    The reflecting and diffusing screen is perhaps the cheapest item of all accessories available. And yet this simple tool may do all the difference. Especially if you like shooting portraits. The screens often comes as 4 in one ore 5 in one, with a diffusing white screen with different slipcovers with sides in silver, gold, white and black. There are

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