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How can I portray "Voices" for a photography contest theme?

My answer would be that it is not for anyone else to answer this question for you, Suggestions for you to think about, Perhaps. The theme is for The individual photographer (you) to interpret and to ...
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How can I portray "Voices" for a photography contest theme?

If you are set a theme or topic for photography, it's often difficult to know where to begin, especially if it's a single word. Start with the first thing that comes into your mind when you were ...
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How to make photos of fruit more interesting?

It's not really a question of camera techniques. Fruit by itself is just boring. An interesting picture tells a story, camera techniques are just a means to do that effectively. So think of ways ...
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Is copying a photo idea legal?

In general, copyright covers specific expression of an idea, not the idea itself. Also, while law does vary by jurisdiction, international treaties make this aspect, at least, fairly consistent. ...
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Is copying a photo idea legal?

It is not inherently bad to copy an idea, though your actions could make it immoral. When learning, especially studio lighting, it is commonplace to copy images to recreate scenes. When shooting ...
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How can I show gender equality in my photograph?

From where I stand, to show gender equality, you need to show men and women (or boys and girls) doing things equally. That's not really that tough. You can show them playing sports together, or doing ...
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