iOS Wizardry: Automating Your Daily Photo Project
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Take your photography to the next level with this quick lesson on how to use your aperture setting to create sharp subjects and blurred backgrounds.
Basics of Photography: Your Camera’s Manual Settings Understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO
Want your blog post to be shared more? Add pictures! Here are ten things you can do to take your photos from boring to brilliant.
10 photographers you should follow on Instagram.
With more and more of us choosing to stay out of photos because we don't like the way we look, what message are we sending to our kids?
Make personalized Valentine's Day cards for your kids and their friends with this free downloadable template and video tutorial.
Understanding ISO: How your ISO settings can change the clarity or graininess of your images and why you should learn how to use it.
Better Selfie Pics: Now you can get in the pictures with your kids by using this smart app that makes taking selfies simple.
Dim lighting and distance make getting a good photo almost impossible. Four things you can do that will give you the best shot at getting the best shot.
Learning to understand the interdependence of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO and how it can allow you to take better photos.
From the mobile enthusiast to the DSLR pro, these are the perfect gifts for photographers of every level.
Image of Clark Little at work, by Gregg Miller
June 2014 photo provided by Josh Newton, newlyweds Michael Wolber and April Hartley pose for a picture near Bend, Ore., as a wildfire burns in the background.