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Want a bit of Bokeh in your images? Take a look at this article for a few simple but effective tips for the next time you're photographing portraits.

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John Duder is back sharing his wealth of photography knowledge and to kick the series back off, he's looking at the lovely out-of-focus areas in images.

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Patterns may not be the first thing that spring to mind when you're on holiday and capturing images of your trip but they can be an interesting subject to focus on.

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While you're out and about, at the coast or on your foreign holiday snap a few signs as they can make a really interesting collection of images.

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Here are 6 reasons why you should try to use vertical lines in your images as well as a few tips on how to use them to make the most impact in your shots.

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Enhance patterns and add interest to your photos with horizontal lines which you can find almost anywhere when you really look.

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Here are 7 reasons why a lens with longer reach should be in your kit bag alongside the rest of your photography kit.

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Find out why hot-air balloons are interesting subjects for a photographer and how to capture top shots of them with our handy top tips.

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Looking for a new photography subject/theme to photograph? Well head out with the theme 'old vs new' in your head and see what you can capture.

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Want to improve your portrait photography skills? We have 10 essential tips for you to countdown, make notes from and practise.

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This article asks 3 quick questions all on the subject of lens flare. Learn why you get lens flare, how to reduce it or, alternatively, how you can use it to your advantage.

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ePHOTOzine has hundreds of photography techniques available, from Photoshop to Photography, from Macro to Composition and more. You'll find hints, tips, and advice on how to improve your photography or find new things to try while out and about or while stuck at home.

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