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What is Graduated Neutral Density (GND) Filters?

One of the biggest challenges when shooting is to manage the light in your scene. Graduated ND filters are commonly used where there is a large contrast between the brightest parts of a scene and the darkest part of a scene. What is a Graduated Neutral Density Filter(GND filter)?It is a rectangul...

How to Get Creative Photos with a Mirror

Sometimes a mirror can be the only prop you need to get creative portrait photography. Below are some advice and tips for you.1: Use manual focus to get more accurate focus The best part of mirror photography is endless possibilities. All you need is one mirror. Sometimes you don’t even need a mirr...

Why Your Photos Look Like Snapshots?

Technically speaking, anyone can take a photo — also known as a “snapshot”. But, it takes a lot more to actually capture a moment that can convey interest or even emotion. Those are the photos that can translate to an infinite number of words. Below are 8 reasons why your photos look like snapshots...

Prime Lens VS Zoom Lens ? Which one is better?

Most beginners will get confused about whether to choose a prime lens or a zoom lens. Compared with the prime lens, the zoom lens is much more convenient. Only slightly twist the zoom ring you can enlarge or narrow your image instead of running around. We are not here saying which one is better....

5 Steps To Become A Better Photographer

After shooting for a while, your imagination and curiosity are gradually fading. You are losing the motivation and enthusiasm for photography. Maybe all you need is to change your perspective and solve the problem encountered. You may see a different world. 1: Find out the problem We...

When to Use Small Aperture?

Wide aperture is largely applied to create a shallow depth of field. The blurry background can bring an eye-pleasing visual impact. But there are some situations that the shallow depth of the filed is not the best option. Sometimes the blurry background will weaken the message you are trying to deli...

How To Use Colors In Your Portraits

Portrait photography is all about people. How to shoot the best side of them is a big challenge. You need to interact with your model and lead them to pose. You have to know it all to master portraiture. This is the below tips are all about. I hope you can get ideas from it.   1:simplfy th...

6 Top Expert Tips For Professional Landscape Photography

1:The language of landscape The change of light and shadow is like the language of the scenery. What we should do is to interpret this language by photography. For me, this is the meaning of landscape photography. 2:Get up early If choosing between the sunset and sunrise, probably you will ...

11 Camera Lens Filters : When and How to Use ?

Filters help minimize glare and reflections, enhance colors, reduce light coming into the lens ect. Each lens filter serves a specific purpose, as each one is built to deliver a specific effect that can help enhance the final look of an image. They can generate some fascinating effects that you are ...