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  • Photo Book ReviewsBy Noella Ballenger
  • Margo & Arnie: Interview with Two “Peas in a Pod” Photographers By Marla Meier
  • How to Create a Photo EssayBy Noella Ballenger
  • Minimum Shutter Speed with Lens Focal Length -
Video Quick Tips By McKay Photography Academy
  • IMAGE TALK: What makes that photo work...By Noella Ballenger and Photo by Meg Lipscombe
  • Got the Photography Mommy Blues?By Elizabeth Powis Fulks
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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 Visions

Defining a Personal Photo Vision
Combining your photo vision and craft to relate with the viewer.
By Marsea Wynne

Black and white image of a young boy.
Photo Decisions

Decisive Moments: Enterprising Your Photos
Cameras gear is expensive. Should you strive to be a professional photographer?
By Bill Miller

Articles that EDUCATE

Photoshop screen shot of leopard sharpening with high pass filter.
Photoshop Techniques

Photoshop Video Tutorial: Sharpening Images with High Pass Filter
Enhance and sharpen your photos with ease.
By Adam Furtado

Photoshop screen shot of Katelin Kinney creating grass.
Photoshop Creativity

Creating and Painting Grass in Photoshop – Video Tutorial
Great way to clean up a horizon line or make an object or person appear to be sitting in grass.
By Katelin Kinney

Photoshop screen shot of exposure triangle and old plane in flight.
Camera Settings

Exposure Triangle Overview – Video Quick Tips
The elements of ISO, aperture (f-stop), and shutter speed.

By McKay Photography Academy

Articles that INFORM

Black and white image of sand dunes and their shadows.
Photo Ideas

Exploring Ideal Photography: Fact AND Fiction
Be prepared when looking for photo subjects and locations.
By Andy Long

Image of lighthouse at sunset.

Creating Harmonious Flow in Landscape Photos
Learn about foreground to background flow.
By Andy Long

Sliding rock at Death Valley.

Photographing the Racetrack in Death Valley National Park
Learn about great places to go and what to photograph.
By Robert Hitchman

Photo Tips and Quotes


Reflectors are an inexpensive and invaluable addition to your photographic toolbox. They are a simple way of getting light bouncing back onto your subject if there isn't enough coming naturally from the direction that you want.  For small subjects, just carry a folded piece of foil or white foam board in your camera bag.   

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