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Already struggling to keep up with your phone storage this year? It's said that the average smartphone user will snap around 3,600 photos in one year, taking up space and overloading storage. Though it's become second nature to document our lives with photos, but not every photo needs to be kept.
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If there's anything Stephen Alvarez knows how to do well, it's how to take a picture. The National Geographic photojournalist has worked with the magazine since 1995 and during that time he's witness...
Travel photography can offer some of the most inspirational, exciting, and candid shots from the places you visit and the people you meet. If you are like me, one of the largest challenges when travelling is what to take with you. How much can you carry around? How do you protect your gear from theft?
Our eyes are pretty amazing -- we can see a lot of light and a lot of darkness all at the same time. Cameras aren't the same way, unfortunately. A common scenario that we're faced with when photographing indoors is using windows in our pictures. Here are some tips for proper exposure in this situation.
Pictures help us share our experiences with others, help us tell stories and allow us to remember where we were at a specific point in our lives. Like any tool though, the camera only does what you tell it to do. To get you started, here are five tips to get you started and to help you take better pictures today.