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How to Photograph Star Trails

When I started Photography Roundtable, I wanted to create usable content that you could use to help you create stunning images and most importantly, photographs you could be proud to show off. One of the most effective ways of doing that is creative video content. Just recently, I’ve had the time to do just that. […]

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Is This Photoshopped?

At some point or another, most photographers will be asked a certain question that is typically expected to be answered with a simple “yes” or “no.” An admirer sees your photo, stares at it in awe, and in disbelief they ask “Is this Photoshopped?” The answer: Yes. But No.  Alright, sort of, but just probably […]

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Photographers, Take a Break to Shoot

Photography business is tough. I heard it described perfectly by photographer Mike Hollman who said, “When you become a full time photographer, you’re still a part time shooter because your business takes the majority of your time.” It’s beautifully said. Photographers spend an uncanny amount of time trying to sell prints, marketing themselves, answering emails, […]

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Using Vignettes in Landscape Photography

Vignettes are nothing new in photography. In fact, the technique of using vignettes in landscape photography is nothing new either. Photographers have always used vignettes to pull attention to specific portions of a photograph. Take a look at your favorite photographer’s portfolio. It’s probably got vignettes in 50% of the photos. Vignettes in landscape photography […]

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The Truth About HDR Photography

The truth about HDR photography is that every photographer uses it in one capacity or another. Now, I can hear many photographers getting angry already, so let me clarify that slightly. Not all photographer use HDR all of the time, but they will use it at least some of the time. Is that better? If […]

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