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Taking Night Photos, Understanding Focal Lengths, and More

Dave answers reader questions on night photography, flash reflectors, focal lengths, photo anomalies, and cropping in this month's FAQ.

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How To Keep Connected While Flying and at the Airport

Here's how to stay online in-flight.

How To Get Online Anywhere

Stay connected while you're traveling and on-the-go.

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Five Reasons Photographers Should Love the Apple iPhone

These free (or cheap) photo-friendly apps should be on every photographer's iPhone.

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6 Handy Tips for Getting Around Photoshop Elements

Remember these keyboard shortcuts to streamline your photo editing with Adobe's image editor.

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Improve the Exposure of Your Photos With Just a Few Clicks

Use your image editor's Levels tool to bring mediocre photos to life.

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Take Better Photos With Your Digital Camera

You don't need a new camera to take better pictures. Whether you have a humble point-and-shoot or a big bad DSLR, these photography tips will help you step up your game.

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5 Tips for Shooting Dramatic Silhouettes

Apply these rules to capture dark silhouettes against bright backgrounds in your digital photos.

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Artistic Digital Photo Effects: Zoom Blur, Orton Effect

Learn how to use blur selectively--in the lens and in your image editor--and how to apply the Orton Effect to your digital photos.

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Frequently Asked Photo Questions for April

Dave answers questions about choosing a photo file format, picking scanner settings, understanding how megapixels relate to file size, and more.

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The Rules of Photographic Composition

Apply these five rules to take better, more visually engaging photos.

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Use a Ring Flash for Better Close-Up Photography

An inexpensive flash adapter for your camera can give close-up photos more even, shadow-free lighting.

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Photographing Spring Flowers

Learn how to use your digital camera to take gorgeous, detailed close-up photos of flowers.

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