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The 2016 Photo Business Plan Workbook

Get your free guide now<p>This guide will be emailed to you as a PDF. We won’t sell or distribute your email address. It’s protected by a pack of angry …

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How To Give Your Photos That Cinematic-Effect In Photoshop.

Many aspiring photographers try to achieve that cinematic look, but they can’t quite get it. I hope to change that, since the process isn’t that …

Woman Slammed for Photoshopping Her Face Onto African Tribeswomen

Hungarian journalist and human rights lawyer Boglarka Balogh recently published a series of photos for a good cause… and it blew up in her …

Photo Manipulation

The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Photographers

I hope the heirs of Stephen R. Covey will not sue me for appropriating the title of his book.<p>There are many books and websites that tell you …

How to Shoot with 3 Lighting Setups in 1 Second

Photographer Alexis Cuarezma is a master of doing rapid-fire portrait shoots of famous athletes for <i>Sports Illustrated</i>. When some of his shoots are …

Photography

Manny the Cat Has Mastered the Art of the Selfie

Manny is a gray tabby cat that’s attracting attention for his special camera skills. More specifically, Manny is quite skilled at shooting selfies of …

What Makes a Photographer When Everyone Is Taking Pictures?

PBS NewsHour just published this short interview with photographer Ken Van Sickle as a segment in its “Brief But Spectacular” series. It examines the …

How to Photograph the Milky Way

If you live in a remote area with dark skies, you are one of the lucky ones; the lucky ones that get to look up on a clear dark night and see a thick …

8 Reasons You Should Buy a 50mm f/1.8 Lens

When people ask me what lens they should get after buying their first camera, I always tell them to buy a 50mm f/1.8 lens because it’s one of the …

Creating Pure Black and White Images in Adobe Lightroom

<i>Want more Useful Photography Tips? Click here.</i><p>If you’ve ever tried creating a black and white image in Adobe Lightroom, most of the advanced …

The Rise of the Semi-Professional Photographer

If you’re one of those photographers that has ever experienced someone saying “Oh, that’s too high of a rate!” then congratulations–you’ve …

Can a Photo Service Be Used as Your Actual Photography Website?

The traditional answer to this question is a hard, resounding no–absolutely not. However, things have changed. Beyond just photography, people that …

Life After Dark: Helpful Tips for Street Photography at Night

To the surprise of no one, the topic of light is relatively common here on Light Stalking; search the archives and you can easily find plenty of …

Landscape Photography

How to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone as a Photographer

As with many other areas in life, you may find yourself susceptible to falling into a routine with your photography – a comfort zone, if you will. It …

Photography

How to Plan a Fashion Photography Shoot

It wouldn’t be too far from the truth to think that fashion photography is basically portraiture with a small plot twist. Instead of having just the …

Framing

How to Give Give Your Shots the Cinematic Look in Lightroom

We all love the movies. It's not only the feel of sitting in a cinema watching on a big screen, it’s the skill of the director and cinematographers …

6 Tips to Avoid Laziness in Your Photography

Once the first flushes of our photographic journey have worn off, a certain laziness can creep in. This can manifest itself in a slight arrogance …

What a Typical Digital Image Management Workflow Looks Like

Until a few years ago, workflow was a virtually unheard of word. Now it is the mantra of nearly every professional photographer but what does it …

Tutorials

How to Decrease The Chances of Your Images Being Stolen By Adding Your Personal Details

Many of us love to share our images. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or even by “old fashioned” email, we want our friends and peers to see and relate …

Things You Should Know About Photography Competitions From A Judge's Perspective

Photography contests aren't for everyone, that's a given. And rightfully so–not everyone wants to parade their work around in front of a bunch a …

7 Tips To Make Your Street Photography Easier

It is no surprise to say that street photography can be challenging, at times, and even more challenging in certain countries due to differing …

Street Photography

How to Capture Perfect Headshots: 6 Useful Tips

Headshot, at first glance might seem like a fairly simple photograph to shoot, but when you get into it, you realize that it is a whole job …

Landscape Photography

Awkward Portraits From The 70s That Will Make You Question History

Studio portraits are notorious for being awkwardly posed and weirdly campy. But the combination of groovy hairdos and hip 70s fashion might make …

Résumé-Building Without a College Degree

Some of the tech industry’s leading luminaries—including Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg—never graduated college, and still went on to …

3 Things to Remember When Networking

If you’re hunting for a job, you understand the need to network. And on a surficial level, networking is far simpler than, say, writing a cover …

Dear Artists: When You Feel Like Quitting, Read This.

Photo Credit: Kevin Titus Photo<p>Whenever I do something day in and day out, I tend to reflect on what I'm working towards. As an artist, I'm constantly asking myself why I do what I do. What do I want to say with my work? What's my message?<p>Sometimes I get discouraged. I look around at all the …

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