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PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS AND GUIDANCES
Shooting at night is practically an art form, the way you hear some photographers go on about it! From exposure settings to metering to ISO, it is true that night photography isn’t always the easiest – in fact, some photographers even shy away from it thinking that there isn’t much to capture, or that it’s too tricky....
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Dealing with people is hard enough, but when you add a camera into the mix, it gets even trickier! Most people either shy away from the camera, or freeze up completely the minute they see the lens – which as you can imagine, does not make for great photos. Yet, some of the best photos...
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As the saying goes, “when it rains, it pours”… right? When it comes to photography, this probably holds true for many of you. A slight drizzle can feel like a raging thunderstorm and a thunderstorm well… you probably won’t even consider heading out to shoot! While this is possible if you are shooting leisurely or...
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In the summer, especially if you’re shooting in Europe, the hours of daylight are much longer, which increases the chances of lens flare in your images. While strategically shot lens flares can add drama to your photos, on brighter days, they can also ruin photos. Here are our 5 tips on reducing or eliminating the...
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As travel photographers, we know how painful it is to cross continents while lugging tens of kilos of gear. The fear of exceeding our baggage allowance again and back muscles that scream for a massage ASAP having basically become a way of life, and yet, all the pain and anguish goes away the minute we’ve captured the...
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As a photographer, we don’t need to tell you that the most important tool in your arsenal (apart from a good imagination) is your camera. Whether it’s a lower end $200 compact camera or the priciest DSLR available in the market, it is the most important and most expensive investment, so it makes sense that...
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It’s that time of the year again – the sakuras are blooming and millions from around the world will descend upon the land of the rising sun in order to experience and photograph this millennial-pink natural wonder. If you too, are headed to Japan for cherry blossom season, here are some key tips to ensure...
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Winter photography
Now that you’ve mastered the art of winter photography, make the experience of shooting in freezing temperatures a pleasant one by equipping your photography kit with these essential accessories. Tripod leg warmers If you’ve ever been stuck to a metal pole during winter, you’ll know that the last thing you want is to have your...
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Photographer new year resolution
Even though we’re already 2 weeks in 2018, it’s not too late to reflect on the road ahead. Specifically, the road to becoming a better photographer than you were last year, because even for us professionals, the learning never stops! Here are 5 resolutions that we’re adopting this year. #1 Be less technical Yes, technique...
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Itsukushima shrine
In our last article, we covered some tips on breaking it into the photography industry. One tip discussed how crucial it is to have a portfolio that reflects who you are as a photographer, but the question is, where do you begin with so many portfolio hosting sites out there?  Check out our favourite 5...
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