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These are the most useful shutter speeds to remember

In Gear, Photo Tip by Brian Matiash7 Comments

Recently, photographer Tony Northrup posted a video where he pleads to stop asking him about the camera settings he used to take his photos. To summarize my understanding of it, Tony believes that, rather than concern yourself with those settings, you should focus on the experiences and what I call “soft metadata” that went into creating the photo. While I …

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Photo Tip: The Importance of Being Prolific

In Landscape, Photo Tip by Brian Matiash6 Comments

A few weeks back, I read this fantastic article on The Next Web (TNW) that talks about focusing less on being original and more on being prolific. It clearly serves as the inspiration for this post. Look, I completely get it. One of the most innate desires of any creative is to leave their mark on the world. We create …