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Must try this trick...How to use a business card to bounce light up to create a nice overall illumination, while some of the light penetrates directly through the card, disperses and lights the subject from the front.

What a great idea to organize your cameras & gear - a camera closet! Allison Zercher

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Free Exposure Cheat Sheet

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how to get great photos of your toddler & get them to sit still

tips for photographing toddlers: getting them to sit still & look at you - itsalwaysautumn - it's always autumn

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Weird, surreal, brilliant: The Photography Show 2015

Flash photography tips: external flash techniques anyone can understand

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10 astuces «lowcost» pour faire des photographies comme un pro. Le coup du sac plastique, c'est juste excellent !

18 DIY Camera Hacks For Better Flawless Pictures #Photography, #Tips, #Tricks

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Most Popular Photography Tips, Tricks, and Hacks of 2010

most popular photography tips, tricks and hacks

PetaPixelfrom PetaPixel

How I Created This Viral Puddle Reflection Picture in Photoshop

My name is Michael Pistono, and I’m a 28-year-old photo enthusiast living in Honolulu, Hawaii. I was recently playing around with a reflection photo when I had the idea of creating another one out of a puddle — one that featured both tall buildings and an airplane. The photo I ended up creating in Photoshop (shown above) went viral online. Here’s a look at how it was made.

My online guide, full of personal insights and experiences with the Nikon D3200, organized into an easy-to-understand resource packed with tips, tricks and recommended settings.

10 DIY Photography Projects to Save You Money

Understanding ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. LOVE this tutorial! She explains the balance perfectly!

Learn what back button focusing is, directions on how to set it up on various camera models, and why you would want to use BBF.