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Your 5 Most Asked Support Questions Answered

We all have questions, it makes us human. No one should be afraid of asking because there really is “no stupid question.” We get tons of questions every day, so our support team made this awesome help center to help answer your questions quicker, but we’ve also included what you’re most curious about in this post! What file specifications do you recommend for the best quality print? Getting a high-quality print is as simple as 1-2-3! We only accept .jpg, …

Rekindling an Old Love of Photography with a New DSLR

My wife Julie had not touched a “real” camera for over 30 years. In that period of time, much has changed in camera technology since she used her Olympus Film camera. As a ballet dancer and instructor, she was interested in taking photos of dance back in the 1970s and ‘80s. She took two photography courses at a community college where she discovered that she had an exceptional eye for photo composition. But when that Olympus camera was stolen in …

4 Tips for Fantastic Photos of Fall Foliage

Fall foliage is one of the most beautiful things to photograph. It’s many people’s favorite season for a reason — the cool, crisp weather, the pumpkin spiced-everything, and most spectacularly, the color change featuring trees that turn from summer green to brilliant shades of orange, red and yellow. Because of the dramatic colors, fall leaves can be tricky to shoot great photos of. If you’re looking to take some photos to make your fall memories more tangible, here are some …

10 Great Tips on How To Photograph People of Other Cultures

One of the most satisfying aspects of traveling is meeting people from different cultures. Yet, if you asked professional photographers what subject matter is most difficult to capture, most would say people. I’m not speaking of staged professional portraits here. I’m referring to amateur travel photographers who want to capture the essence of the cultures they visit – that is, their people. As a professional landscape, wildlife and travel photographer, I’m often asked to share some tips about how to …

How Your iPhone Can Actually Make You A Better Photographer!

Are you an iPhoneographer? Any lover of photography knows that better equipment doesn’t always make a better photographer. But what if the little devices we take for granted can actually do more for us as artists than that shiny $2,000 lens? What if there is a way for us to embrace our inner storytellers where DSLR’s fall short? When we’re walking down the street and find a photogenic moment, do we ever think for a second about the tiny camera …

68 Photography Mistakes You Should Avoid

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! …