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Is too much choice leading to overwhelm in your life? With stress, depression and anxiety accounting for 70 million working days lost every year in the UK, at a cost of £100 billion, how do we find ways to push less and bring more flow into our lives Image @Nevess | Credit photography incrusted: Matthew Malkiewicz
10 Tips Every Portrait Photographer Should Know. Portrait photography can be incredibly compelling, and you'll find that the best photographers relish the opportunity to shoot portrait photography. Schedule
10 wedding photography mistakes every beginner will make (and how to get better)
Shooting a wedding is one of the toughest assignments that a photographer can take on, there are lots of potential issues and the stakes are incredibly high. To help out, our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, has compiled a list of the most common wedding photography mistakes that photographers make when starting out shooting weddings, along with some advice on how to avoid them.
Tips You Can Use to Take Better Photos of Fireworks
With American Independence Day coming up on July a whole nation will be out enjoying fireworks displays this weekend. Fireworks can be gorgeous, evocative spectacles, but they aren’t the easiest subjects to shoot. Many people learn this the hard…
How to post better travel photos for Instagram posts or blog posts - Beginner's tutorial for best free photo editing phone app
Empire Bluff hiking trail, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Michigan, USA, is this outdoor travel hiking photo. This is a beginner’s tutorial to a free photo editing app for iphone and android smartphones. The Snapseed app is easy to use to give you the best travel pictures for Instagram posts! If you’re starting a blog, it can give you better lifestyle blog and travel blog photography when you don’t have a proper travel camera or DSLR camera and you’re taking pictures on a camera…
Jerry Uelsmann. Forty years ago, Jerry Uelsmann was an avant-garde photographer, using multiple negatives in a darkroom to create a single print that juxtaposed images in a strange, surreal way. Manipulating an image was considered heresy by some photography purists back then. Today Uelsmann is the traditionalist, continuing to use multiple enlargers in a darkroom rather than computer programs such as Photoshop for his ravashing works.