Specs and more info released as the Godox A1 mobile flash trigger goes on pre-order – DIY Photography

Add external strobes to your mobile photography with the Godox A1 flash trigger.

The Godox A1 flash trigger for mobile devices is now available for pre-order. The price actually isn’t that bad, either. It’s about where I was hoping it would be, but lower than I expected. At $69.90, it is a little more expensive pricey than the X1T for DSLRs & Mirrorless cameras. But, the A1 does […]

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5 classic portrait lighting mistakes and how to avoid them – DIY Photography

Lighting mistakes you may be making.

In this article I am going to highlight 5 key things that I see portrait photographers doing that I consider to be ‘in need of improvement’ and although there are no hard-and-fast rules to photography, try to think of it as being similar to an instrument being slightly out of tune or a meal that’s […]

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How to Sharpen Your Photos in Lightroom Without Going Too Far

Stop over-sharpening.

Sharpening gives your images a bit of pop by increasing the edge contrast, but it’s easy to go too far and end up with an over-sharpened mess. In this 10-m

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5 Mistakes Beginner Landscape Photographers Make

Don’t make these rookie landscape photographer mistakes.

As with all creative crafts, there are many common pitfalls that photographers fall into when they’re just starting out. Landscape photographer Toma Bonciu

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The Future of Photography: Thoughts on the Impact of Free Photos

How do free photos impact photography?

We didn’t start Unsplash to reinvent an industry. We started Unsplash because we thought it might be useful. Unsplash is a community where anyone can share

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4 Key Elements to Help You Create Stronger Landscape Photography

What does it take to capture those strong landscape shots?

Good landscape photography isn’t an accident, it takes several things to make that happen. Here are 4 things you can do to help you take stronger photos.

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This Fiery Wedding Portrait Was Made with a Single Long Exposure

Look ma, no Photoshop.

Austrian photographer Markus Hofstaetter recently captured this fiery wedding portrait, titled “Love on Fire.” It’s a single exposure that can be shot with

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5 Guidelines of Minimalist Photography to Help Improve Your Work

A lesson in minimalism.

Even if you aren’t fully into minimalist photography, here are 5 things you can learn from it to apply and help improve your own work.

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Voyager: A New Smart Light Stick That Lets You Digitally Paint Color

Digital light painting with smart light sticks.

Digital Sputnik, creator of LED light systems that have quickly become favorites of directors behind big blockbuster movies, has released an exciting new p

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Don’t Buy the Sigma 14mm f/1.8 for Astrophotography: How to Get Better Photos for Less Money

Take great astrophotography pictures without breaking the bank.

I’ve seen a lot of posts and comments raving about how f/1.8 on a 14mm lens is revolutionary for anyone wanting to shoot astrophotography. Yes, having a la

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