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Sports Photography Tips from New York Film Academy Read More

Sports Photography Tips from New York Film Academy

From shooting a marathon to an indoor basketball game, here are a few tricks of the trade and thoughts on shooting sports.

40 Photos of Fall Foliage Read More

40 Photos of Fall Foliage

Autumn brings a riot of color. Here is a sampling of colorful fall foliage photos by photo.net members.

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How to Choose Studio Lighting Read More

How to Choose Studio Lighting

Read Garry Edwards' advice on proper studio lighting equipment on photo.net. He covers all the bases, including how to choose the right lighting kit and what the three basic studio lighting options...

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Sun Position Tracking Apps Read More

Sun Position Tracking Apps

These 5 apps, ranging in price from free to $8.99, are our top picks for tracking sun (and moon) light. Also ranging in complexity, some help you keep tabs on the ideal lighting of the day while...

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Basic Image Development in Lightroom: Color Editing (Video Tutorial) Read More

Basic Image Development in Lightroom: Color Editing (Video Tutorial)

Learn basic HSL (hue, saturation, and luminance) color adjustments as well as split toning (adjusting color in highlights and lowlights) in this next video.