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Depth of Field and Aperture Priority star
Creative blur or sharp as a tack. You can achieve the depth of field you want with the aperture priority setting.

Five Ways To Take Striking Portrait Photos star
Have you ever struggled to get interesting portrait photos? Do your portrait photos end up looking bland and uninteresting no matter how hard you try ? This article lists 5 ways to take striking portrait photos that will stray from the norm and get you back into your creative flow.

Introduction to Shutter Speed in DSLR Cameras star
Knowing about shutter speed is one of best ways to add creativity to your photography. This introduction to shutter speed for DSLR cameras will explain what shutter speed is and how to use it confidently to create better images.

Point and Shoot Tips star
The advantage of using a point and shoot camera is that they are small. You can carry it with you and never miss that photograph again. Great photography takes practice, and you canít practice if you donít have a camera with you! Great tips for getting the most out of your point and shoot camera.

Portrait Photography Mistakes To Avoid star
Do your models always end up with big arms and big noses? This article highlights three common portrait photography mistakes and how to avoid them. Read on to find out how to make your models shine!

Self-Portraits And Why You Should Take Them star
Taking self-portraits may seem like an exercise in vanity, but many photographers have very different reasons for taking photos of themselves. Read on to find out why you should be turning your Digital SLR camera on yourself!

The Rule of Thirds star
The rule of thirds is one of the most popular principles of composition in photography. By understanding and applying the rule of thirds to your own photographs, youīll begin to produce more effective, well-balanced, or even dramatic pictures.

Three Tips On How To Critique Your Photographs star
Do you struggle to critique your own photography? Are you unsure if you are putting up the right images online and would like to be more confident in your decision before others critique your work? Here are three tips to help you on the way to judging your images yourself!

Using Shutter Speed for Creative Effect star
Using shutter speed for creative effect is one of the most fun things you can experiment with in photography. This simple guide on the speeds to use will get you started, so that you can begin to take more control of your camera settings and take images you are proud of.

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