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Shooting, Fast and Slow: Two Modes of Thought

Dan examines how photography can be both slow and calculated and also fast and unthinking. Or how some of his best images took 30 minutes to compose while others happened in a matter of seconds.


Creating A Diverse Portfolio

Eric shares ways to diversify your portfolio and not get stuck in one style of photography.

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Including the Environment – Context Matters

When I first took an interest in photographing wildlife, and specifically birds, the mental model of the shot I wanted to capture was modeled after the images I’d see in bird ID books. That meant great detail in the plumage, nice view of the important identification parts of the specific species, and of course, frame-filling.

Seasons On The Edge (4 Of 10)

Seasons on the Edge

Ed shows us how the edges of seasons are his favorite and can help you add depth to your portfolio.

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The Introvert Game

Guy dives into the world of introverted nature photographers. What makes us different, and how we can learn to understand each other.

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Photographing Your Dark Side

Antonio explores the human psyche to express his dark side through his hauntingly beautiful photography.

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