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7 practical tips for photographing the city

Cities are excellent places for any photographer. Whether you like to shoot street scenes, landscapes, portraits or architecture – the urban environment offers a wealth of opportunities
By following some simple steps when planning your shoots and when you’re out in the field, you’ll be able to get the most out of any city that you’re photographing.

10 expert tips for improving your street photography

ByKav Dadfar Street photography is one of the most popular genres for image-makers. But getting those striking photos isn’t always easy. These top tips will help you get the best results Street photography is a genre that many will experiment with at some point in their photography journey, even if it’s not their principal subject …

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How to Become a Travel Photographer – the Blueprint

BY VIKTOR ELIZAROV If you want to learn how to become a travel photographer, you in the right place. It was a beautiful day in Montreal. I was on a regular afternoon jog listening to a popular photography podcast. The topic of the episode was travel photography. The guests of the show were two professional photographers …

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How to improve your photography with the rule of thirds

Published by Feature Shoot  • 1 week ago In his view, landscape paintings worked best not when sky and land were given equal weight, but when one or the other took up an entire two-thirds of the canvas. Contrary to popular wisdom, which favored the “formal half” or a one-to-one ratio, he wondered if the most appealing …

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Want to Grow Your Email List? See How This Photographer Grew His List by 300 percent

Learn the 5 essential steps he took to grow his email list and pivot his business to an online format. BY KRISTIN MACLAUGHLIN  JUNE 10, 2020 James Maher is a New York Photographer, a huge Knicks fan, and a lifelong New Yorker who got his driver’s license at 30 years old — as any true Manhattanite should. Maher …

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