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Simplifying the scene focus on one main subject

Photo Tip: Simplify the scene

Photo Tip: Simplify the scene Many photographers try to include everything including the kitchen sink into a photograph and that works for many types of photographs including landscapes, panoramas, skylines and urban environments. In my opinion, a really good photograph should only have a single idea in your photograph that conveys a complete story that hopefully engages […]

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Rule of thirds with the bridge place on the top third of the frame

Photo Tip: the rule of thirds

Photo Tip: the rule of thirds   One of the most well-known rules in photography that gets covered regularly is the rule of thirds. This concept is also well-known in art circles because of the composition elements that are universal in theory and application of the rules to basic composition. Generally, the rule of thirds […]

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Get in tight and focus on details

Photo tip: fill the frame

  Photo tip: fill the frame   This is a series of photography tips that I am introducing weekly on my photo blog to help you with a new focused tip to work to master your camera and photography. Today our focus is on filling up the frame which basically means to either zoom in […]

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Koutoubia tower in Marrakesh

Exotic Morocco – a photographer’s dream

 Exotic Morocco – a photographer’s dream Exotic Morocco Visiting Morocco on the northwestern edge of the African continent is a fantastic destination for travellers and photographers to explore. There are  many unique and exotic images to capture and the variety of subject is quite diverse ranging from food, souks and shopping, historic districts and monuments, people, scenic or panoramic […]

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Flower and nature photography: tips on making your images pop

Flower and nature photography: tips on making your images pop

  Flower and nature photography: tips on making your images pop With spring already here, it’s fun being outdoors and start discovering nature and taking beautiful pictures. As spring flowers start to come out everywhere, it’s easy to take some nice pictures of flowers and gardens, but how do you make your flower photography look […]

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