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The Benefits of Taking a Portrait Photography Class

Every new photographer has much to learn. Experience helps every amateur photographer perfect his craft. There is really no substitute for taking many photos and evaluating the different settings that allow you to capture the most moving photos. In addition to experience, help from a long-time photography expert can...

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Best Photography Spots in Edmonton

Every aspiring photographer needs to find their cache of go-to photo spots in their area. Whether you enjoy photographing nature’s beauty or revel in capturing the human aspects of high-density urban living, you should have a few spots in mind that you can go to and capture the shots...

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Using Props Indoors

If you’re taking a lot of indoor photos of families or couples, things can get a little boring quite rapidly. There’s only so much creativity you can exercise with limited background options and such an emphasis on getting a flattering portrait. One way you can spice things up is...

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night photography

How to Effectively Photograph Star Trails

As a photographer, capturing great images of the night sky is one of the most difficult areas to master. It requires extensive knowledge of your camera’s capabilities and the know-how to adapt to a variety of scenes. While the night sky isn’t one of the easiest areas to consistently...

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Best Photography Spots in Calgary

As an amateur photographer, it is easy to place a large emphasis on getting to know the multitude of functions your camera is capable of. Indeed it is very important for you to become familiar with how to maximize the various capabilities of your camera in order to get...

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Summer Contest!

It’s now truly summer time! So to celebrate, we’re offering all of our students the following promotion! Book a course OR refer a friend for an entry into our SUMMER CONTEST! Amazing prizes! First place will WIN a 50mm macro lens! (Yes, this is the one we rave about!)....

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4 Ways to Make Your Hands-On Photos Steadier

Taking steady, well-focused photos is one of the photographer’s greatest struggles. While we enjoy the freedom of point-and-shoot photography, shaky hands can compromise the overall quality of your photos. We find it incredibly easy to rely on tripods to steady our shots, but creating an overreliance on a tripod...

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Using Contrast in Your Photography

Contrast can be one of the most powerful visual elements across any art discipline. By placing subjects or tones of opposite nature side by side, the artist can create a powerful juxtaposition. In photography, there are many ways to achieve this effect and really make a photo come alive....

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Capturing Manual

Quality photography, much like fine wine, takes time to acquire a taste, or an aptitude, for. Thankfully, today’s most expensive cameras can make up for lack of experience or knowledge on the part of an amateur photographer. However, as you become a more experienced photographer, certain natural environments will...

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16 Moving Photo’s

Moving photos mean something different for everyone, and we all know that to be true. Some people are moved by sad, touching photos, others are moved by happy and wonderfully done photos. Whatever you find moving in a photograph, these 16 will speak to your sensitive side, your side...

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