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Halloween Photography Tips (& Tricks)

Halloween is a perfect time to practice those spooky shots! Uncover some hauntingly great tips, tricks and techniques for scary Halloween pictures!

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Banding, Artefacts, Pixelation and Moire Explained for Photographers

Learn all about banding, artefacts, pixelation, and moire as a photographer to help you capture and edit with the best image quality.

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How to Shoot Cityscapes: Tips for Beginners

Learn the art of capturing stunning cityscapes with these beginner-friendly tips and techniques. Master the urban jungle through your lens!

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Hollyland Tech Lark Max Microphone Review

Hollyland Lark Max Wireless Lavalier Microphone System

Hollyland Lark Max wireless lavalier microphone system is a great option for photographers looking to create content for their photo business

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How to Shoot Action Photos: Tips and Techniques for Beginners

Learn how to shoot action photos like a pro with these essential tips and techniques for beginners. Capture the excitement of the moment!

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The Best Export Settings in Adobe Lightroom for Photographers

Get a breakdown of each factor of exporting to give you the best export settings for photographers using Adobe Lightroom for photographers.

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Mastering Manual Mode: How to Take Control of Your Camera

Learn how to shoot in manual mode like a pro with this beginner’s guide. Take your photography skills to the next level!

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Understanding Focal Length and Choosing the Right Lens

Unlock the secrets of focal length and lens selection for amazing photography. Discover tips and tricks for capturing your best shots.

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Stories Behind the Scenes: New York Photography Workshop

Read about the amazing adventure we had for 5 days in New York city for iPhotography’s first ever overseas photography workshop.

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Mastering White Balance: Your Key to Vibrant Photo Colours

Learn the secrets of white balance in photography to capture true-to-life colours in your pictures in this guide for beginners.

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10 Essential Camera Settings Every Beginner Photographer Should Know

Discover the top 10 camera settings you need to master as a beginner photographer. Take your photography skills to the next level.

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How to Photograph Birds in Flight

Everything a beginner photographer needs to know to photograph a bird in flight. Camera settings, composition and what could go wrong.

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How to Make a Photography Website

FULL GUIDE on how to make a photography website homepage to get you started if you’re looking to create an online portfolio business.

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The History of Royal Family Portrait Photographs

Discover the history and evolution of royal family photography and learn about portraits that have made a lasting impact on British culture.

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How to Photograph Somebody Jumping

Always getting blurry photos of someone in motion? In this guide, I’ll show you how to photograph somebody jumping with ease!

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