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Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is the art of capturing images that embody the essence of nature and the outdoors. Landforms, weather, changing seasons, and ambient light are all aspects of this photographic niche. 


Portraiture Photography

One of the most common photography styles, portrait photography or portraiture, aims to capture the personality and mood of an individual or group. Images may be candid or posed, full body or close ups. Either way, the subjects face and eyes are typically in focus. 


Architectural Photography

Architectural photography is about capturing not only the design and accurate representation of a building but to have the shots be aesthetically pleasing to the viewers eye. An architectural photographer makes pictures not takes pictures. 


Macro Photography

The strictest definition of macro photography is that the subject is photographed at 1:1 magnification—in other words, the subject is life-sized in the photo. However, most people use the term “macro photography” to refer to any photograph that depicts a close-up and extremely detailed image of a small subject. 


Waterscape Photography

Photographing waterscapes is very similar to classic landscape photography with static ground, foreground, and background. But it involves far more elements and specific challenges for photographers, like waves, slippery rocks, and wild weather conditions. 



A photograph that one has taken of oneself typically with a smartphone or mobile device and uploaded to social media. 


Still Life Photography

Like it sounds, still life photography features inanimate objects-natural or man made. Still life photography can be artistic or commercial. Object selection, arrangement, and lighting are key to getting a great shot. 


Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography is a popular genre of photography, done by beginners, enthusiasts, and professionals alike. Technically speaking, it involves shooting any type of animal (from birds to insects to butterflies to mammals). But wildlife photographers most commonly photograph mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds.

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