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Night Sky Photography with Chris Nicholson

Chris Nicholson from Photographing National Parks and National Parks at Night teaches night photography etiquette, light painting and star trail photography. Photographing National Parks National [...]

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Five tips for going beyond the cliché

Everybody has seen them. Those iconic places where everyone has to go to, because one just has to have a postcard picture of that location, at a certain time of day. They are also beautiful. The [...]

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A return to why

To learn more from Shari, be sure to sign up for the second annual Out of Chicago Winter Conference! Learn more and register at outofchicago.com/winter I sense a movement afoot — a subtle [...]

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Food photography at home, in the studio or dining out

I love to learn about photography and by far my favorite way to learn is to attend workshops and conferences. Books and online course are great, but nothing can beat being there in person to [...]

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How to find barns and lighthouses

Click here to read part one of Tony’s barns and lighthouses series > When I first started shooting these structures it was real easy. Hop in the car and go someplace familiar. It was [...]

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Photographing flowers with stories to tell

Photography is a powerful medium for storytelling. I have always been captivated by the stories street photographers capture in that single decisive moment they release the shutter. Candid [...]

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Barns and lighthouses: Part one

For the longest time, lighthouses and barns have been a very important subject for me to shoot. In the beginning I never questioned why, but just enjoyed getting them in front of my lens. I could [...]

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Getting started with nighttime long exposures

I spent much of this week so far working on some long exposure techniques. I wanted to play around with some different angles and heights that wouldn’t always be accessible. Lucky for me, I [...]

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Three simple tips to combat reflections in glasses

As a corporate photographer, there’s one thing that gets me frustrated, probably more than anything else. Glasses. Nearly every headshot session I do, there’s always one person in the group who [...]

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Don’t make pictures that tell stories. Just make stories.

When you set out to make a great picture, there’s a high chance that you’ll fail. The light could be poor, your subjects could be having a bad day, you may be stuck in your own funk. [...]

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