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Photography Tips – Tony Mwendi Kinkela Photography » Los Angeles, California
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Photography Tip #17: How to Take a great photo without underexposing your subject? Ever taken a photo of someone with a bright sky or sun behind them

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Photography Tip #16: How to Balance the Brightness & Exposure in Landscape Photos? If you’re going to photograph landscapes, something you’ll ABSOLUTELY NEED to have in your

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Photography Tip #15: What’s the best time to take Landscape photos? Most professional photographers will tell you, the hours around sunrise and sunset are the best time

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Photography Tip #14: How to produce the sharpest image when shooting landscapes at night? Below is a photo I took in Melbourne, Australia as an example. Choose

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Photography Tip #13: Why Amateur Photographers complain about blurry images? The culprit is often being in low light situations. Simply put, not enough light is reaching the

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Photography Tip #12: How to create cool Light Streaks and Traffic Trails effects? Three keys to achieving this technique: (1) You need a tripod (2) You also

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Photography Tip #11: How to Photograph people jumping? Two basic tips for capturing the best photo. (1) The lower you go, the higher they will look! (2)

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Photography Tip #10: Why Eyes are the Window to the Soul? When photographing close-ups or portraits, it’s important for your focus to be on the subject’s eyes.

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Photography Tip #9: How to Blur the Background in your Photos? It’s a technique controlled by your lens’ aperture or f-stop. The wider aperture, the more blur

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