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 What makes that photo work…By Noella Ballenger and Photo by Gary Anthes
  • Photo Book ReviewsBy Noella Ballenger
  • How to Make Your Photographs Skip, Hop, and DanceBy Eva Polak
  • Creating Photo Vision and Style in the SinaiBy Omar Attum
  • Create a Copyright Template and Preset in Lightroom & BridgeBy Margo Taussig Pinkerton
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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

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Photo Tips for Twilight Cityscape Reflections
Learn about twilight, equipment used, camera settings and composition.
By Juergen Roth

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Star Photography

Star Light, Star Bright… Photo Techniques
Learn what equipment to use, camera settings and techniques.
By Andy Long

Articles that EDUCATE

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Photographic Design: An Adventure in Shapes
A discussion about using shapes to create great photos.
By Noella Ballenger

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Analyzing the Composition of Your Photographs
Learn how reviewing the images of others can make you a better photographer.
By Noella Ballenger


The Difference between Crop and Full-frame Camera Sensors – Video Quick Tip
How it affects the perspective of an image.
By McKay Photography Academy

Articles that INFORM

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Enhance Your Images with the Principle of Balance
Learn about symmetrical, asymmetrical, and radial balance in photography.

By Eva Polak

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How to Create Motion Blur in Photoshop – Video Tutorial
Here's a fun way to get objects in motion.
By Katelin Kinney

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Creativity and the Rule of Thirds  
In a "back-to-basics" article, learn how to give your images strength and clarity.
By Jim Altengarten

Photo Tips and Quotes


Knowing technique is important, but learning to “see” beyond the obvious will change how you approach photography.  When you can eliminate all distractions, both internal and external, you will be able to observe more closely and let your creative imagination come forward.  The result—vivid, lasting impressions.

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