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The Snowscape – Creative Tips for Photographing Snow

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A snow-covered scene is a favored subject for most photographers, not just those who focus on the landscape. Snow has the ability to add interest and texture to any environment, and the opportunities to expand your creative horizons are endless. In particular, falling snow or windblown scenes create a surreal environment that is not only visually attractive, but can evoke a deeper, emotional response to your photography.

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5 Stages Every Successful Professional Photographer Must Go Through

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I think every new photographer goes through a number of stages. They’re milestones that an emerging pro must go through to mature both as an artist and a businessman. Each stage has its own challenges and lessons. And overcoming the challenges and learning the lessons becomes the key to becoming a successful photographer.

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Create Drama In Your Photographs By Taking Away The Light

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Humans like light. We like being able to see everything around us clearly. However, very often what makes a photograph is not what is there, but what we can’t see. To focus our attention within a single motionless flat image requires some serious magic. Restricted light is dramatic. It’s cinematic. It’s full of life. And it’s a natural way to bring your attention to things you want your viewers to focus on.

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