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Les Picker is a professional landscape, wildlife and award-winning travel photographer, and a Moab Master photographer for Moab Fine Art Papers. How would you like to significantly increase the dramatic impact of your photography? If there is one photographic technique that can put your images on steroids, it’s shooting tight. By shooting tight, I’m referring to zooming in on your subject so that you remove distracting elements and instead highlight its most salient feature(s). Take the elephant image below as …

A while back we asked you all for your input on what the biggest mistake to avoid when taking photos. Your response was overwhelming! Almost 800 Responses, many which were entire blog posts themselves. THANK YOU so much for your willingness to share your collective wisdom. There were a lot of common themes throughout and we compiled them into these 58 photo tips. But then we made a big infographic to celebrate the TEN mistakes that were most often mentioned! …

Engaged? Congratulations! Searching for the right wedding photographer? We’re here to help. Marcela Suter is a University of Florida grad, a professional wedding photographer, and a good friend of ours. She works locally in Gainesville, FL (as do we!) and we’ve asked her to share some tips to ensure your wedding photographer doesn’t miss a shot. We love to support others in our community, and want to share some of what they offer to you. Here are Marcela’s 10 tips for …

There was a time when black and white photos were the only option, yet even now that we have color, black and white photography remains an irreplaceable art form. From an artistic viewpoint; color depicts reality. Black and white is an interpretation of reality. Black and whites display a new dimension with emphasis on shadows, texture, contrast, and lighting. They are timeless. They see the depth and tell the stories beneath the colorful surface. Use these tips to guide you …

We were shooting portraits in the office the other day for the We are Fracture blog post, and the topic of how to actually take good portraits came up.  So we’d thought we would share a few tips that we’ve discovered through trial and error, as well as some that we dug up online. First, ask yourself a few questions: – Do you want your subject to be posed or look natural? – Do you want an indoor or outdoor setting? – …