16 actually useful gift ideas for photographers

The reason why I’ve decided to write this post about gift ideas for photographers is simple – I got angry. Not like grizzly bear angry but you know – a bit poked. As Christmas is getting closer, suddenly tons of Pinterest pins titled like “Amazing gift ideas for photographers” are being smashed right into my face. And most of them are actually quite ridiculous.
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How to take sharper photos on your next trip

Why do my images look so blurry?
How do I take sharper photos?

Ever asked yourself these questions? I have. And I still do! Getting my own images sharp is and always will be a challenge. It is a neverending, almost Sisyphus-like struggle between a man and his tool. Sharpness in your photography is one of the factors that will decide whether it’s going to be a hero or zero. Dramatic enough? Now, let’s get cracking and see what you can do to increase the sharpness of your images! (more…)

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Conversation Alley: About selfies and self-portraits
Selfies and Self-portraits - Credits: Pixabay.com (Stocksnap)

Conversation Alley: About selfies and self-portraits

Selfies!!!! This time something completely different. Within this Conversation Alley with Brooke and Dali, we will discuss both the psychology behind them in general, and then the truth behind the lens, if you will, with regards to those who take selfies in particular locales in which they misrepresent either the locale, themselves, or both. (more…)

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5 Things I learned to do on any photography location

This set of tips will probably be most useful for landscape photographers. I consider myself to be rather a travel photographer, shooting more than only landscapes but still – I always try to follow this list automatically on any photography location.

If you learn to do these important steps on location, I guarantee you to be in long-term more confident, faster and to develop eye for assessing the place from photography perspective. (more…)

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Architecture, history and photography in Nové Město nad Metují, Czech Republic

Those who read my blog regularly or downloaded my free ebook about improving your photography will know that I do not particularly enjoy crowds. I’m also the solely and therefore the biggest supporter of my own theory called “decentralized tourism”. What it means is going not only to places that are notoriously known and infinitely repeated on social media but also get off the beaten path a bit, do some old-school research and explore new locations. (more…)

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