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100 Photography Tips for Beginners

If you’re just starting out in photography, it can be daunting with how many terms, rules, and acronyms there are floating around, and that’s without the practical side. So, here are a staggering 100 tips to help you get started.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Crop Factor in Photography

One of the most fundamental but frequently misunderstood concepts in photography is crop factor, or how different sensor sizes relate to each other. If you are new to photography and not sure of how crop factor works, this excellent video will get you up and running in no time.

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10 Fun Spring Photography Ideas

Spring is here, and with the weather warming up and the outdoor world coming to life, there are numerous fun photography opportunities waiting for you. This great video will show you 10 ideas for springtime photography across a variety of genres.

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A Guide to Photographing the May Lunar Eclipse

In 2021, one of the astronomical targets you may want to challenge your photo skills on is the lunar eclipse occurring on May 26 (the evening of May 25-26). While lunar eclipses are generally not hard to see, since half the world can see the moon at any instant, not everyone can see the full extent of the approximately three-hour event. For this one, Pacific Ocean hemisphere residents are favored, but the west coast of the U.S. gets to see totality followed by the still partially eclipsed moon set opposite the sunrise.

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Using Fake Windows to Create More Interesting Light

When we learn about lighting, we most often focus on the quality of the light and all the things that contribute to that. However, light can be more than just that which gives you the correct exposure and renders your subject in a flattering manner. It can be used to add mood and interesting atmosphere to an image. This great video tutorial will show you one such example using a fake window to complete a shot’s aesthetic.

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