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How To Use An Accent Light In Your Portrait Photography

<b>Articles by Danny Eitreim Archives - Page 3 of 5 - PictureCorrect</b>49 articles<p>Monday, April 4th, 2016<p>The photo tip for today is about using “short …

Photography

4 Reasons to Go Back and Re-Process Older Raw Files

As photographers, we eagerly plan mornings, weekends, day trips and vacations around being out in the field. When we get back to our computers, many …

Tutorials

Interview: Ethereal Marbled Paintings Express the Inner Light Inside All of Us

Through gorgeous, ethereal paintings, artist Emma Lindstrm creates a tangible representation of a feeling. To her, this feeling is floating and irrational, but always uplifting and full of hope–one that can be experienced, but never formed into a thought. The conceptual basis for Lindstrm's artwork …

Art

Photographing Wild Bears in the Forests of Finland

My name is Will McGugan, and I’m a photography enthusiast living in London. This year I spent my birthday in a forest in Finland with no company …

The Artist Behind the Eiffel Tower Peace Sign

Meet the creator of the image that has gone viral since the Paris attacks.<p>As people all over the world take to social media to voice their support for Paris following yesterday's devastating terrorist attacks, one symbol has become the dominant image associated with the tragedy and the grief in its …

Fascinating Portraits Give us a Window into Native American Life on a Reservation in Montana

For <i>The Buffalo that could not dream</i>, German photographer Felix von der Osten chronicles life on Montana’s the Fort Belknap Reservation, where since …

The Morning After the Paris Attacks: Pictures

Krakow

Federal Reserve Rethinks How it Monitors Banks, Yet Again

Since the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve has struggled with how close it should be to the banks it’s supposed to police.<p>Shortly after the …