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What To-Do on Days You Are Not Shooting

Whether you are a professional photographer or just starting out, many wonder how to fill their time when they are not shooting. Photography can absolutely be a full-time job if you are bringing in the work, and half of that time you won’t be behind a camera at all!...

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5 Reasons to be a Wedding Photographer

As many photographers look to take something that was once a hobby to a more professional level, it can be scary not knowing which direction to turn. Professional photographers often wonder if wedding photography is the right move. Here are 5 reasons you may want to consider shooting a...

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Top 5 Resources for New DSLR Owners

So, you are officially the owner of your first DSLR camera. Congrats! The next step is figuring out everything you need to know to begin shooting incredible pictures. Whether you have been practicing photography for years with a point and shoot camera or you are just beginning to dip...

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How to Put Together a Photography Portfolio

  As you begin developing your photography skills, you will come to find certain images you absolutely love and a style that works for you. When this happens, it may be time to start thinking about putting together a photography portfolio. Even if you don’t plan on going professional,...

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People Photography and the Triangle

Hard to believe, but Christmas is not too far away. Of course, Christmas means family and family means photographs. To improve your family photos this Christmas, think triangles. Why triangles? Bill Hurter, editor of Rangefinder magazine states it best in his book, The Portrait Photographer’s Guide to Posing (Amherst...

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Top 5 Reasons Why Every Photographer Should Learn Portrait Photography

Portrait photography involves taking pictures of a person or group. This usually requires photography skills in lighting, composition, posing, and direct interaction with the subjects. Portrait photography ranges from wedding portraits to high school yearbook photos, and everything in-between. Here are some reasons why every photographer should consider learning portrait...

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10 Signs you are Becoming a “Real” Photographer

How does one know that they are becoming a real photographer? Even if you aren’t selling your work or booking appointments quite yet, here are 10 signs that you definitely are not an amateur photographer anymore. You Understand the Technical Jargon Terms like “aperture”, “depth of field” and “post...

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5 Tips for Photographing Trees and Leaves

Isn’t the weather absolutely beautiful this time of year? With such beautiful scenery in our parks, now is the time to take advantage of your developing photography skills. One of the most popular questions we receive at Learn Photography Canada is “How do I photograph leaves and trees?” There...

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5 Autumn Family Photoshoot Ideas

The weather is crisp and cool and the great outdoors are full of color. This is one of the best times during the year to take outdoor family photos. Take advantage of the picturesque scenery and beauty all around and schedule a photoshoot to capture this moment in time...

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Wildlife Photography 101

Wildlife Photography 101 How-Photograph Your Favorite Mountain Animals Looking to capture images of your favorite mountain animals? Well if you are in Canada, you are certainly in the right place! At Learn Photography Canada, we take students straight outdoors to learn to take great photos through a hands-on experience....

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