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20th of May 2013
If you want to try Macro photography but don't want to invest in a macro lens.
Reverse lens macro photography is an obvious option. Use your regular lens and reverse it in front of your camera.
It has its disadvantages. However, [Read: Reverse lens Macro photography] is surprisingly easy.


13th of May 2013
Some of the coolest pictures, in my opinion, are nighttime pictures. Particularly when taken of cities they can get almost any place to look great.
If you are somewhat familiar with nighttime photography, this blog post is not for you.
However, if you are new there are a few tips I can give. [Read: How to take nighttime photos]


6th of May 2013
One of the most famous ways of earning money on photography from your home is by the way of stock photography.
It is, however, not an easy income and with low income for each photo it will take a while to get a proper income even if you are successful.
It can be done. First step is to read [Read: Earn money with stock photography]


29th of April 2013
Lights and some terms for them can be a little confusing in the beginning. Here are the basic terms and usage for studio lights.
If you have no previous experience with lights and want a biref overview.
Look at this basic [Read: Photography studio lights]


22nd of April 2013
Rebirth of Photography. The strong growth in digital photography has made it difficult for many professional photographers.
People are having family members taking pictures in their weddings and news media are don't need the same amount of photographers.
Still, I believe this will be a true renaissance in the field of photography. This particularly is true for the artisitic side of it.
[Read: Photography art growth]


15th of April 2013
One of, if not the best way to learn about photography is to watch serious reviews of others pictures.
There are particularly two reviews you should watch regardless of the kind of photography that interests you.
The first is from Kelby Training. They are THE source for learning photoshop.
In addition they know their photography and they review photography over a broad spectrum.
The second you should check out is Alex Koloskov. His photography is more specfic to studio photography.
He gives very valuable advise when he does his reviews.
[Read: Photography review sites]


8th of April 2013
The hack Magic Lantern show above everything else the lack of features in the original camera software.
If you are a Canon user you can get added features with the use of Magic Lantern.
Question becomes, why don't camera producers facilitate extra software capabilities?
[Read: Camera Software and add-ons]



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