Flowers in Black and White

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There is no end to the number of beautiful flowers out there ready to be photographed. Whether it’s a single bud, a single flower, a bouquet, a plant, a bush, or a blossoming tree, flowers are wonderful subjects to photograph. They’re not temperamental, they generally stay where you put them (or where they grow), they… Read more »

“Photo of the Day” to increase creativity

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I have long incorporated the “Photo of the Day” exercise into my daily routine. This is a great way to make sure you are taking a least one photo a day.     It forces you to begin to think creatively as you have to find more and more ways to photograph the same thing… Read more »

Wide Angle Photography Tips

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Wide angle photography, probably one of the easiest types of photos to take, but also one of the hardest areas in which to excel.     Wide angle lets you portray the scene in full detail with unusual and sometimes exaggerated perspectives. This is especially true of super wide angle lenses. Small objects can be… Read more »

City Photography

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Big cities with their skylines, parks, open spaces, hidden corners and untold stories always fascinate me. You have to walk them to truly get to know them and still every time you do that you will see something new.     Cities can have so many faces; for example Philadelphia with its Mural Art Program… Read more »

Adapting to weather and time of the day

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Have you ever been in the position where you are in the mood take some photos right now? You look outside and the weather is overcast and the sun is nowhere to be found. Take heart you don’t always need the sun. Here’s why.   for more flower inspirations, click here Many people believe that… Read more »