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Many of us have heard of the term "portrait prime" to describe a fast lens. Photographers often reach for f/1.4, f/1.8 and f/2 lenses when shooting portraits to capture images with shallow depth of field and dreamy backgrounds. Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles often opts for a stopped down aperture instead, which is an unusual choice. Let's learn more about why this is in Quiles' latest video f
We have been covering new episodes of Dave Morrow's "Landscape Photography Journals" for a few weeks now and he has released a new video about his focus stacking technique. Focus stacking is an excellent technique for landscape and macro photographers to learn in particular because it allows you to produce images with more depth of field than would be possible with a single image. Focus stack
Most people recognize that anything worth accomplishing takes work. It takes time and energy to get a valuable return on an investment. This principle is one that you can apply to many areas of life, one of them being your search engine optimization (SEO) campaign. You probably know you shouldn’t expect to improve your site’s […]The post 7 Problems Stopping You from Improving Your SEO appea


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