Our Ten Most Popular Photography Tutorials in 2017

Our Ten Most Popular Photography Tutorials in 2017

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As 2017 draws to a close I thought I’d share with you the most popular photography tutorials published on The Creative Photographer in 2017. They cover a wide range of topics from composition to exposure to street photography. Our top two articles were gear based (perhaps I should write more of those!) and created a lot of interest as people searched for information about mirrorless camera systems.

1. Why I Changed From Canon To Fujifilm

2. Taking Portraits With Fujifilm Cameras

3. How To Create Moody Photos

4. How To Improve Your Photography By Using Only Two Camera Lenses

5. Phase Detection vs. Contrast Detection Autofocus

6. Exposure Lesson #1: How To Choose An Exposure Mode

7. How To Focus At Wide Apertures

8. Are Primes or Zooms the Best Street Photography Lenses?

9. Debunking the Rule of Thirds

10. Five Things Nobody Tells You About Composition

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About Andrew S. Gibson

Andrew S. Gibson is a writer with a camera. He started writing about photography while traveling in Bolivia, and has been published in many prestigious photography magazines including EOS magazine, where he worked as a Writer and Technical Editor for two years. He lives in south Devon in the UK and is inspired by meeting new people, seeing new places and having new experiences. Check out his photography ebooks here.

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