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Welcome to the featured articles page of our online photography magazine.  Our goal is to help you become the best photographer you can be by providing inspirational, educational and informational resources that covers a diverse range of photo subjects through articles.

Here you will find the past 4 months articles.

Just click on the title or image to read the article.

Photoshop Video Tutorial: Setting Black and White Points in an Image
Enhance your photos by making the whites whiter, the blacks blacker, the contrast stronger, and the color more crisp.
By Adam Furtado

How to Make a Perfect Shadow in Photoshop – Video Tutorial
Learn a quick and easy way to paint a shadow in your composite images.
By Katelin Kinney
Creating Harmonious Flow in Landscape Photos
Learn about foreground to background flow using lines, layers, textures, and color.
By Andy Long
Using a Tripod: Quick Video Tips
Learn the basics of why and how to use a tripod correctly.

By McKay Photography Academy
IMAGE TALK with Noella Ballenger: What makes that photo work…
Photo critique: learn how to photograph iconic subjects using perspective, diagonal lines, black and white, and composites.

Photo of Gateway Arch by Glenn Nagel
Photo and General Interest Book Reviews
Subjects: Chanel, Navajo Nations, abandoned building, teaching workshops, and mother-child animals.
By Noella Ballenger
Tips for Photographing Wildlife Interaction
Learn about animal movement, behavior, action, shutter speed, ISO and more.
By Andy Long
Photo Travel: Preparation Tips – Part 2
Learn about travel insurance, passports, documents, packing, cell phones, credit cards, and cash.
By Margo Taussig Pinkerton
SEO Photography Tips – Part 3: Social Media
Get marketing tips on how to optimize your content by sharing on social media websites and blogging.

By Todd Mumford

Photo Travel: Preparation Tips – Part 1
Learn about guide books, automobile clubs and maps, car rentals, and airlines.

By Margo Taussig Pinkerton

SEO Photography Tips – Part 2: Schemas and Sitemaps
Learn about schemas, ImageObject schemas, sitemaps, and webmaster tools.

By Todd Mumford

IMAGE TALK with Noella Ballenger: What makes that photo work…
Photo critique: learn how to use the elements of triangular shapes, leading lines, light, texture, and color for dynamic sunrise images.

Photo of sunrise at beach by Mike Denson

SEO Photography Tips – Part 1: Image Optimization
Learn about keywords, alt tags, descriptions, filenames, and more.

By Todd Mumford
Photoshop Time Lapse Video: Making “The Violinist”
The elements of a string instrument and water merge as the creative process flows before your eyes.
By Katelin Kinney
6 Ultimate Tips for Using Motion Blur in Photography
The technique is all about storytelling, contrast, shutter speed and more...
By Harry Fisch
Photo and General Interest Book Reviews
Subjects: The Southwest, florals, travel North America, Paris, and lower east side New York.
By Noella Ballenger
Getting Intimate: Close-up Flower Photography
Pick up tips, techniques and camera gear suggestions for getting in close to flowers.
By Noella Ballenger
IMAGE TALK with Noella Ballenger: What makes that photo work…
Photo critique: learn how to use symbols, leading lines, illuminated light, texture, action, and more to create a well-composed image.

Photo of hands on a cell phone by Rajiul Huda Dipto
Photoshop CS6 / CC: The Navigator and History Panels - Video Tutorial
Learn about these workspaces and their functions, along with some navigational Speed Keys.
John Watts
Photo Passion and Skill - A Combination for Success
Learn how to merge and improve the technical personality and artistic mind to make great images.
By David McKay
Photographing Dangerous Animals: Part 1 - Bears & Big Cats
Learn how to get closer to wild animals - learn behaviors, how to stay safe and what camera lenses work best.
By Michael Leggero
Photo Hikes in the Grand Tetons: Jenny Lake Trail Network
Pack your camera and bags and head to Wyoming for incredible photo opportunities - majestic mountains, lakes, wildlife, and more.

By Jeff Doran
IMAGE TALK with Noella Ballenger: What makes that photo work…
Photo critique: learn how to use storytelling, decisive moments, s-curves, action, and more to create great images.

Photo of girl and guitar by Antonio Borzillo
Photoshop Time Lapse Video: Making “The Historian”
Fast-Furious-Fun: Watch the creative process take place before your eyes.
By Katelin Kinney
Photo Book Reviews
Subjects: animals, African Americans, dangerous women, New York housing project, and close-ups in nature.
By Noella Ballenger
How to Photograph Insects for Art
Learn the step-by-step, in the field, macro and flash technique for photographing insects with white backgrounds.
By Edwin Brosens
Photoshop CS6 / CC : Tools Panel and Color Picker - Video Tutorial
Learn where to find and how to use these commonly used tools and functions.
By John Watts
Know Your Camera: Shutter Speed
Learn what it is, digital camera mode options, and how to stop action and show motion.
By Noella Ballenger

Press Releases: Think Tank Photo’s Urban Approach 15 Backpack, Urban Approach Mirrorless System Shoulder Bags and CF/SD + Battery Compact Wallet
More great ways to carry your gear!
Press Releases by Think Tank Photo

How to Create Snow in Photoshop: Video Tutorial #12
Let it snow, snow, snow... with layers, brush presets, painting, and blurring effects.
By Katelin Kinney

IMAGE TALK with Noella Ballenger: What makes that photo work…
Photo critique: learn how to use storytelling, implied lines, negative space, black and white, and cropping to create dynamic images.

Photo of lions nudging by Jerald Josey

Burn and Dodge in Photoshop: Video Tutorial #11
Learn how to use the Burn and Dodge tools and 50% gray and Adjustment Layers to make a portrait pop.
By Katelin Kinney

Photo & General Interest Book Reviews
Subjects: creativity, light, group f.64 photographers, digital photo art techniques, and the essence of photography.
By Noella Ballenger

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