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  • Telling a Photo Story with the Principle of UnityBy Eva Polak
  • Five Steps to Raising Your Portrait Photography to New HeightsBy Alex Lagarejos
What makes that photo work… By Noella Ballenger and Photo by William Canosa
  • Photo Book ReviewsBy Noella Ballenger
  • Reducing Our Emotional Attachments to Images - Part 2By Randall Romano
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An online photography magazine that will help you reach your photographic apogee. 
Learn photography through hundreds of articles with photo tips and techniques.

Articles that INSPIRE

Photo Light

Photographing INTO the Light
Make dramatic images with backlighting.

By Sarah Vercoe

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Photographic Design: An Adventure in Shapes
Join in on Elements of Design class discussion.
By Noella Ballenger

Articles that EDUCATE

Frozen dragonfly on a plant.

Macro Photography: Guide to Photographing Bugs
Learn techniques and when, where and how to find them.
By Neomi Zehavi Goldshtein

Close-up of rat snake.

Photographing Snakes in the Wild
Get tips: safety first - know the species and how to handle and make images of snakes.
By Jeff Parker

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Making the Most of Exposure, Digitally
Clipping, Banding, and Combing: find out what they means.
By Michael Fulks

Articles that INFORM

Image of two chairs on a dock overlooking a lake.

Reducing Our Emotional Attachments to Images - Part 1
Learn how to be a better editor of your photos.

Image of Arab man and oil pipelines.

UNPROMISING SUBJECTS: Creating Images in Unfavorable Situations
Weather, light, drab environments, or your own state of mind.
By Gert Wagner

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Photo Business

Soft-Focus Effect in Analog Photography
A satirical but factual look at how the soft-focus effect was created.

By Allen Moore

Photo Tips and Quotes


Street Photography Composition: You do need to pay close attention to what is going on around you and have your camera ready at all times. You’ll need to be quick on your feet to eliminate any distracting elements. Think fast... Do you want the subject to pop out of the background using a shallow depth of field or keep all the background elements in play?

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