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What’s with all of this Urban Exploring in Photography Today?

What’s with all of this Urban Exploring in Photography Today?

Jared Polin September 30, 2014 Comments Off

Every which way you look today you see “Urban Exploring” photo series. But I want you to remember something, just because it’s old and abandoned doesn’t mean you don’t have to be creative still.

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Don’t Take Good Images and RUIN them with Crappy Post Processing – Rapid Fire Critique

Don’t Take Good Images and RUIN them with Crappy Post Processing – Rapid Fire Critique

Jared Polin September 21, 2014 Comments Off

Let’s start off by saying that this photographer did a fantastic job regardless of equipment. With that said they shot these images with the Nikon D5000. There are some very solid images in this

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This PROVES once again, it’s not the CAMERA, it’s the person behind it

This PROVES once again, it’s not the CAMERA, it’s the person behind it

Jared Polin August 21, 2014 Comments Off

I love seeing basic gear capture solid images. It hammers home that it’s the photographer not the gear, most of the time. In this case the photographer was working with some basic Nikon’s and

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Be More Creative: So you got the EXPOSURE right but the Image is Over Processed And Boring

Be More Creative: So you got the EXPOSURE right but the Image is Over Processed And Boring

Jared Polin June 19, 2014 Comments Off

First don’t be thrown off by the title and think I am ripping this photographer to shreds or trying to put them down. The facts are that their exposures seem to be pretty good

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Lines Lines Lines, Get Your Lines Straight: Rapid Fire Critique

Lines Lines Lines, Get Your Lines Straight: Rapid Fire Critique

Jared Polin June 4, 2014 Comments Off

One of the most important aspects in my opinion to a photography is getting your lines and angles straight. You all have seen images that look like a person is falling down a hill

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The Hardest Rapid Fire Critique I Have Ever Done: Photography

The Hardest Rapid Fire Critique I Have Ever Done: Photography

Jared Polin May 7, 2014 Comments Off

I get asked to critique a lot of peoples work and usually they are people I have never met. So, critiquing their work is not an emotional thing, meaning I don’t have a personal

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The Truth About Photography: Harsh Honest Critiques Are The Only Way

The Truth About Photography: Harsh Honest Critiques Are The Only Way

Jared Polin April 9, 2014 Comments Off

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These Sports Photos Are In Need of Some Help, So I Helped: AdoramaPIX Rapid Fire Critique

These Sports Photos Are In Need of Some Help, So I Helped: AdoramaPIX Rapid Fire Critique

Jared Polin March 21, 2014 Comments Off

My first love in photography came in the way of photographing sports. I shot every event that my high school had, from football to baseball to attempting and failing and shooting volleyball. Sports can

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The FIRST Rapid Fire Critique of the 2014: Please Submit Yours

The FIRST Rapid Fire Critique of the 2014: Please Submit Yours

Jared Polin January 22, 2014 Comments Off

Guess what is back, the AdoramaPIX Rapid Fire Critique. The first critique of 2014 brings us a set shot entirely with the Nikon D3000. Keep in mind this is an entry level camera that

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If a Photographer can do THIS with an Entry Level Camera, What’s Your Excuse

If a Photographer can do THIS with an Entry Level Camera, What’s Your Excuse

Jared Polin December 18, 2013 Comments Off

How many times have you heard “my camera stinks” or “I need a better camera”? As I have said a million times it’s not about the camera as much as the lenses. And in

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