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Beginner? Amateur? Protog? It doesn’t matter! Here at Photograph IO, we try to explore the ins and outs of photography, no matter what your (or our) skill level is! From the basics all the way up to the advanced Lightroom stuff, we cover a lot. There’s also a ton of essays and opinion articles (see […]

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Beginner? Amateur? Protog? It doesn’t matter! Here at Photograph IO, we try to explore the ins and outs of photography, no matter what your (or our) skill level is! From the basics all the way up to the advanced Lightroom stuff, we cover a lot. There’s also a ton of essays and opinion articles (see below) if you’re looking for something to read 🙂

The first thing you should do is subscribe. You see that email button on the right? Enter your e-mail and click on it. Don’t worry, we hate spam as much as you do, and we’ll never share your e-mail address with anyone, promised. However, you do get early access to my new articles. Isn’t that awesome? 🙂  Of course, you can unsubscribe anytime if you don’t like the blog for whatever reason…

That being said, if you have already subscribed (good) or not to the blog, here’s a list of our must-read articles :

Enjoy!


And here’s a non-exhaustive list of all our other worthwhile articles about photography, divided in categories. Articles without link are the ones that are still in construction, but not yet finished. As always, the best way of knowing when they’ll come out is by subscribing to the blog!

List last updated 23 Jul 2015.

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The Basics
Beginner’s Guide to Photography (in progress, promised!!!)
Rule of Thirds / Golden Ratio
Guide to DSLR Video
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The Advanced
RAW vs Jpeg : A Visual Comparison Using Real-World Examples (Part I, Part II, Part III) (29 Aug 2014)
Cineflat : A Nikon Flat Picture Control for Videography  (24 Aug 2014)
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The How-To’s
How to Meter by Eye (13 Dec 2014)
How to Get Popular on 500px (14 Jul 2014) 
 
How to Shoot Levitation Photography (26 Mar 2015)
How to Shoot Star Trails (03 Sep 2014)
How to Shoot Travel Photography (12 ways) (02 Aug 2014)
How to Shoot Motion Flash Street Photography (07 Aug 2014)
How to Shoot Motion Panning (29 Jul 2014)
How to Shoot HDR
How to Shoot Multiple Exposures
How to Shoot Tilt Shift Photography
How to Shoot Long Exposure Photography
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The Lightroom Series
The Basics of Lightroom
The Lightroom Workflow : Everything from Start to Finish
Digital Darkroom with Lightroom’s Develop Module
Exporting Settings in Adobe Lightroom
How to do a Single Picture HDR Look in Adobe Lightroom (22 Jul 2015)
How to make a bad picture look good in Lightroom (4 Mar 2015)
Turn ON This Simple Lightroom Setting and Avoid Headache Later (18 Aug 2014)
Lightroom Case-by-Case Tutorials :
1. How to Edit a Street Scene With Blown Highlights (5 Aug 2014)
2. How to Edit a Dark Multiple Exposure Scene (11 Aug 2014)
3. How to Edit a Cinematic New York Picture (2 jan 2015) 
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The Tips and Tricks
1. Use Auto-ISO for Better Results (31 Jul 2014)
2. Always Check Your SD Cards Before Shooting (04 Aug 2014)
3. Don’t Underestimate the Blue Hour (08 Aug 2014)
4. Use Lightroom Calibration for Better Blues (13 Aug 2014)
5. Use a Spray Bottle for Better Flower Shots (22 Aug 2014)
6. Shoot in Live View on Tripod (17 Sept 2014)
7. Use a Flash for Snow Photography (15 Jan 2015)
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The Essays
A Customer Service Lesson Told (Fujifilm vs Nikon?) (10 Aug 2014)
Your Kit Lens is an Excellent Lens (follow-up article here) (17 Jul 2014)
Thoughts on Street Photography (11 Jul 2014)
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The Interviews
Eric Dye : Interview with Eric Dye, Semi-Pro Photographer (17 Feb 2015)
Ming Thein : Interview with Ming Thein, Master Photographer (4 Jun 2015)
Marco Larousse : Interview with Marco Larousse, Street and Fine Art Photographer (1 November 2015)
4. Leo Geometro (coming soon!)
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The Reviews (they’re all coming!)
Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review
Fujifilm 35 f/1.4 Review
Fujifilm 18 f/2 Review
Hasselblad 500c/m Review
Zeiss Planar 80 2.8 Review

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