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No More Dull Backgrounds! Create Your Own Instead.

Backgrounds are a very important element for photography. You can use them to fundamentally impact a photo’s style and atmosphere. But many portrait photographers only focus on the foreground—their model. And that’s a shame! Don’t be afraid to experiment, to try to connect the model with their background, or to do the opposite and produce contrasts. You’ll see that it pays to be creative. Take inspiration from our article!

How to Photograph Vintage Cars: Choose the Right Environment, and Don’t Forget the Details

Old cars are already gorgeous in and of themselves. They’re going to look good in photos practically no matter how you photograph them. But how do you capture things so that they really, truly stand out? It’s enough to pay attention to the details and crank-start your creativity. We’ve prepared a few tips for you on how to depict vintage cars so that they’ll shine in their true beauty.

[Infographic] 6 Basic Photo Editing Mistakes

We all want to have beautiful photos. From there, creating your own personal editing style is a natural step when you’re a beginning photographer. But if you dive into editing head first, you can end up landing somewhere that you didn’t want to be. How can you tell when an edit is too much?

How to Photograph Dogs—Don’t Forget the Treats!

Each of our four-legged friends is different, but they all have one thing in common. They’re photogenic! We’ll show you tried-and-true tips and tricks for making your dog a first-class model. No matter whether you’re photographing a French bulldog or German Shepherd, you just need to stick to a few guidelines for your dog photos to look great.

10 Things That You Need To Take Care of Before Starting a Photo Project

Solo exhibitions are the dream of almost every photographer. However, there’s a lot of hard work to be done before you can throw that fancy opening party! Putting together an artistic project like this takes much more time than you’d think. Let’s take a look together at the difficulties you might run into when setting up a photo project—and at some things that you shouldn’t forget when planning it.

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