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5 Tips You Should Follow to Improve Your Landscape Photography

When it comes to landscape photography, there is always some room for improvement, but without new approaches, you may feel as though you’ve plateaued. These five tips can help you approach your landscape photography in new ways. 

To begin, let me just say that while I try to follow most of these tips when I am out and about shooting, they are far from “rules” and while there can be about as much overlap as you like between the tips, they can be taken independently. 

Tip 1: Shoot in Black and White

Please note that this is tip is not

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Lifestyle Changes Can Improve Inflammatory Burden

Based on their findings, investigators said modifiable risk factors are strongly associated with C-reactive protein levels in patients with coronary artery disease.

Modifiable lifestyle risk factors for coronary artery disease (CAD) are associated with increased inflammation levels, so lifestyle changes may improve the inflammatory burden in patients, according to a recent study.

Investigators included patients with angiographically documented CAD from the observational cohort study INTERCATH. Patients with a body mass index of 25 kg/m2 or higher who ate poorly, did not exercise, and smoked were considered to have modifiable risk factors. Of the 1014 patients, 73{ccba7a2b95b607a22ddf747fd2dfd32aff224073631da9265f095c812cbfd265} were male, the mean

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Seven Skills to Help You Improve Your Photography

Want to improve your images? Here are seven rarely talked-about approaches, not involving the camera settings or composition, that may help you take your photography to the next level.

1. Serendipity Isn’t Serendipitous

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, serendipity is “the faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for.” That rarely happens in photography. One of the greatest, yet hardest, skills to learn is to stay still and wait for the photo to come to you. If you wander around searching for the image, then you are going to be looking for a long time before

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256 Shades of Gray: Improve Your Photography Using Your Camera’s Histogram

The histogram is that graph that accompanies your image. It tells you a lot about not only about the exposure, but also the contrast of your photograph. Knowing how it works can help you improve your photography, and it’s not a difficult thing to learn.

Contrary to the title of that book, for most photographic purposes there are 256 shades of gray. Why 256? Well, that has got to do with how computers work, and the binary system. I’m not going into that fully here. The important thing is that in photography we want to see a smooth transition from

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How To Improve Your Lifestyle and Start Eating Healthier and Exercising More

The desire to stay fit, eat healthily, and get in shape is something that we all have. But seldom does this desire reflect in our actions. We come up with excuses blaming our busy lifestyle, lack of time, and so on. So, is there a way to improve our lifestyle, eat healthily, and start exercising often? The answer is yes. Here are a few tips which will get you on the right track with ease. 

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What works for one person might not necessarily work for you. The lack of results is what makes most of us give

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Follow these six principles to improve your color photography

Understanding colors is one of the key concepts in photography. Personally, I’ve always found it interesting to learn about colors, and it has helped me immensely in each of my creative endeavors. In this video, Kebs Cayabyab gives you six principles to follow while taking photos. Master them, and your colors will always be spot-on.

1.Less is more: put simply, fewer colors are easier to manage. If you only have one or two main colors in the image, it will be easier to use them to make your subject stand out. The more colors there are, the more they fight

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