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Your Image — Anchor Your Images for Impact (full story)

When looking at a powerful image, have you ever felt that you could just reach in and touch part of it, step in the frame and continue walking through it or lean in and smell the flower that’s portrayed? If you have, then you’ve experienced an image with a great anchor point; something that solidifies […]

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Forest Photography — Creating Order Out of Chaos for the Most Impactful Images (preview)

OK, I admit it. I love trees. I guess you could even call me a tree hugger. Throughout my photographic career one thing has become clear to me – I have an abundance of tree pictures. Sure, I love to photograph grand landscapes and the odd critter, but as I look through my images I’ve […]

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Your Image — Critique: Small Changes for Bigger Impact (preview)

In putting together this issue’s critique, let me say that I saw some beautiful work come across my desk. Some images were so good that I really didn’t have enough constructive comments to critique them! Our first image comes from Eric. This is truly a gorgeous landscape at or near the peak of fall colours, […]

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