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  • Spring into Summer Flowers: Photo Tips & IdeasBy Andy Long
  • Photo Passion and Skill - A Combination for Success By David McKay
  • Photographing Dangerous Animals - Part 1: Bears & Big CatsBy Michael Leggero
  • Photo Hikes in the Grand Tetons: Jenny Lake Trail NetworkBy Jeff Doran
  • IMAGE TALK: What makes that photo work…By Noella Ballenger and Photo by Antonio Borzillo
  • Photoshop Time Lapse Video: Making “The Historian”By Katelin Kinney
Spring into Summer Flowers: Photo Tips & Ideas1 Photo Passion and Skill - A Combination for Success 2 Photographing Dangerous Animals - Part 1: Bears & Big Cats3 Photo Hikes in the Grand Tetons: Jenny Lake Trail Network4 IMAGE TALK: What makes that photo work…5 Photoshop Time Lapse Video: Making “The Historian”6

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Learn photography through hundreds of articles with photo tips and techniques.

Articles that INSPIRE

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Insect Photography

How to Photograph Insects for Art
Learn the step-by-step, in the field, macro and flash technique.
By Edwin Brosens

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Event Photography

Rock Concert Photography
An oldie but goodie - great tips here.
By Lisa J. Young

Articles that EDUCATE

Photo of bubbles in a hot tub.
Camera Setting

Know Your Camera: Shutter Speed
Learn what it is, digital camera mode options, and how to...
By Noella Ballenger

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Photo Gear

Press Releases: Think Tank Photo’s Urban Approach Backpack / Shoulder Bags and Compact Wallet

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Photo Books

Photo Book Reviews
Subjects: animals, African Americans, dangerous women, New York housing project, and close-ups in nature.
By Noella Ballenger

Articles that INFORM

Photoshop screen print of Color Picker.
Image Editing

Photoshop CS6 / CC : Tools Panel and Color Picker - Video Tutorial
Learn where to find and how to use...
By John Watts

A Photo Book Project - Chesapeake and Ohio Canal: reflection photo of Riley's Lock House and Seneca Aqueduct in Maryland by Gary Anthes.
Creative Photo Practice

A Photo Book Project
Set your goals, pick a great subject and get out photographing.
Learn more...
By Gary Anthes

Weekly Photo Tips and Quotes


1. If it’s difficult for you to approach strangers, pick a public venue and use a longer lens. 2. Look for subjects in their natural environment – doing things they love to do.
3. If possible, wait and watch their actions and then stop those moments with uninhibited emotions.
4. Tell the story with the image.
5. When possible, find out their name and email address and leave them yours.
6. Always thank them - even if it has to be a nod of the head and a smile.
Here are a few tips for approaching strangers.

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