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How to edit photos taken in less than ideal lighting

When it comes to post-processing, tricky lighting doesn’t have to be something to shy away from. Great moments happen regardless of the ‘optimal’ environment, and especially within documentary photography, we should learn to embrace all of it. However, before approaching … Continue reading

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Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer

It doesn’t seem that long ago when I wrote my 100th article for Photography Life, and here we are today with article number 150. I must confess that I mulled over what topic that this ‘mini-milestone’ article should cover. My … Continue reading

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3 things to photograph (other than kids) this summer!

The warm weather and longer days are beckoning me out of the house. Whether it’s in my backyard or way out yonder in the wilderness, I have developed a love of photographing wildlife, landscapes and lately a little bit of … Continue reading

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Does Samsung Galaxy S7 take better pictures than an iPhone?

Does Samsung Galaxy S7 take better pictures than an iPhone? It's difficult to justify paying for a high-priced, top-end smartphone these days — unless, that is, you want to take good pictures. So, I took more than 2,000 still shots … Continue reading

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The Creative Photography Handbook: A Sourcebook of More Than 70 Techniques and Ideas

The Creative Photography Handbook: A Sourcebook of More Than 70 Techniques and Ideas Used – With photographic technology reaching new heights of sophistication, producing technically perfect photographs is now easier than ever before. Unfortunately, no matter how clever a camera … Continue reading

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