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4 Helpful Tips to Overcome Your Fear of Photographing People

Enjoying taking photos with your phone, but want to take your image making to the next level? Check out this popular article.


Camera Diopter Adjustment dial

Viewfinder Image Blurry? Here’s How To Correct It

Does your camera monitor display a sharp image and yet your viewfinder is blurry? You may need to adjust your camera’s diopter. Here’s how


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Look. Think. Click. Don’t Rush Into Taking Those Action Photos

Great action photos are not often created on the spur of the moment. They take careful planning and anticipation. Learn techniques which will make you more successful.


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7 Questions That Will Help You Decide Which Camera To Buy

I’m often asked for advice by people wanting to buy a new camera. I think many of them expect me to tell them to buy a Nikon, because that’s what I use. But I don’t tell them that.

First I ask a series of questions. Then help them make the choice.

If you’re looking to purchase a new camera and not sure how to make a good decision about it, check out these seven questions that can guide you though the process …

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Kevin is a contributing writer for Digital Photography School website. This article is published there.


How to Use a Reflector to Improve Your Natural Light Portraits

Kevin is a contributing writer for Digital Photography School website. This article is published there.

Through teaching our photography workshops here in northern Thailand I have learned there’s four mistakes people commonly make that hinder their photographic development. As you learn to avoid these four things you can advance more quickly to becoming a more creative photographer and find greater enjoyment in using your camera.

fishermen on Inle Lake, Myanmar, at sunrise


7 Tips for Learning How to See What Your Camera Sees

Depth and a fresh dynamic can be easily added to your natural light portraits by using reflected light. This can sometimes occur naturally, but more often than not, it’s easier and more effective to use a fold-out reflector for this purpose as you have control over the amount of light you are reflecting.

Here are some helpful tips on using a reflector effectively …

Kevin is a contributing writer for Digital Photography School website. This article is published there.