Photography blog

Whether you are a beginner, amateur, or a professional photographer, learning and furthering your knowledge of photography should always be at the top of your growing list. Whether you are a beginner, amateur, or a professional photographer, learning and furthering your knowledge of photography should always be at the top of your growing list. Whether your goal is to learn the basics of using your laptop for editing, exposure triangle and how ISO, aperture, and shutter speed work together, find a new method you can use to edit using PS, how to better organize your Adobe Lightroom catalog to make better use of your time when editing, or even learning from other top photographers in your field, the Sleeklens photo blog has all the tutorials, tips and tricks, journey stories and more you will need to take your photography to a whole new level.

The Sleeklens Blog is not like every other photo blog sites that is giving out photography tips or trends. What makes our blog different is that we offer tips in every aspect of photography. We offer hundred of tips, videos, and step-by-step guides for learning every aspect of Photoshop and LR. If you interested in learning how to swap faces in PS, or  see exactly how Saturation and Vibrance adjustments work together, or even know how to edit one photo in Lightroom, transfer it to Photoshop, do some advanced edits, then automatically have it open back up in Lightroom, this blog for photographers has all you need to do!

If technical aspects such as software and gear (like lenses, cameras) are not your favorite things to read, then the amazing Photography Journeys and Photographer Interviews might be more your speed. The Photography Journeys we offer are showcase many places around the earth showcasing interesting photos with also having stories to go with them. We also offer Photographer Interviews where we sit down with tons of professionals ranging from amateurs to professional photographers who can give tons of different views on their style of photography. Whether you are a sports photographer, wedding, landscape, wildlife, real estate or even just a hobbyist photographer who doesn't have a particular style, learning from all types of photographers will help open your mind to different techniques and different creative edits to ramp up your photography skills.

The blog not only offers over 200+ articles of both written and recorded video guides, but they are also updated and more than 15 articles and posts are published each week to make it one of the most informational and updated photography blogs on the internet.
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Sleeklens Podcast #2 – How to Start Your Photography Business
Pia Lopez
October 18, 2017 By Pia Lopez

Sleeklens Podcast #2 – How to Start Your Photography Business

Location Scouting Tips to Follow for Aerial Photography
Michael Moodie
October 18, 2017 By Michael Moodie

Location Scouting Tips to Follow for Aerial Photography

Architectural Photography (I): Composition Tips
Sara Rodriguez Martinez
October 17, 2017 By Sara Rodriguez Martinez

Architectural Photography (I): Composition Tips

Macro Photography: The First Approach to this Discipline
October 16, 2017 By Diego Sanchez

Macro Photography: The First Approach to this Discipline

Canon PowerShot N100 Review: Another Compact Choice to Consider!
Igor Letilovic
October 16, 2017 By Igor Letilovic

Canon PowerShot N100 Review: Another Compact Choice to Consider!

Going Professional – Finding Your Niche Market
October 15, 2017 By Jonathan Ma

Going Professional – Finding Your Niche Market

How to Create an Awesome Lith Print Effect in Photoshop
Julian H
October 15, 2017 By Julian H

How to Create an Awesome Lith Print Effect in Photoshop

Capturing Natural Disasters: A Beginners’ Guide
Michael Moodie
October 14, 2017 By Michael Moodie

Capturing Natural Disasters: A Beginners’ Guide

Top 4 Back Up Cameras: Better be Safe than Sorry
Michael Moodie
October 13, 2017 By Michael Moodie

Top 4 Back Up Cameras: Better be Safe than Sorry

A Beginners Guide To Surf Photography
Michael Moodie
October 12, 2017 By Michael Moodie

A Beginners Guide To Surf Photography

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