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Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Alexis Coram’s first timelapse film captures the Northern Lights she saw on her trip to Alaska in February 2014. She described them as a representation of the light within her soul, which she captured using her Nikon D800 and Nikon D610 with a Nikon 14-18mm lens and a Sigma 15mm fisheye lens.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Perseverance. If there’s one trait that a photographer needs, it’s the ability to keep going when things get rough. In this video, photographer Karl Taylor demonstrates his steadfastness as he takes us behind the scenes during a fashion shoot in Iceland:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 5 years ago
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There are so many things we can do with cameras and lenses to create amazing photos without manipulating the image in post-production. If you have a willingness to think outside the box and experiment, there are many simple techniques you can try to add a little oomph to your photography.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 6 years ago
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Photographer Benjamin Von Wong has broken out his trademark pyrotechnics once again, but this time he’s combined flame and electric energy for some pretty hot results (literally!).
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Ever wonder what kind of work goes into creating those glossy commercial photos that are often found as advertisements in magazines? As you’d suspect, there’s more to it than just snapping a couple photos of a product and calling it a day.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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You may think diffusion filters are a thing of the past, but pro photographer Jay P. Morgan thinks they are starting to make a great comeback. In the video below, he compares three different Tiffen diffusion filters and breaks down the pros and cons of each.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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What she doesn’t say, humbly, is that her photos speak for themselves. You’ll notice her sharing her results with children and with a man in his hallway, probably seeking their approval and understanding. At one point she takes a shot of two girls with her iPhone and, immediately afterward, a group of children rush up, smiling, wanting to see their friends on the small screen. If that’s how she works, then everybody wins.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Riding off into the sunset may be a cliche and otherwise unappealing idea, but what about captaining a vessel and sailing off into a wide pastel sea? If that sounds exciting to you, you’re going to love photographer Joseph Chen‘s sailboat image from Boracay.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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As he stood at the Swedish National Biathlon Arena in Östersund, Sweden, the sun passed directly behind a large radar tower in a small village called Ås. (Via PetaPixel.) Using a solar telescope and a monochrome camera with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, he captured the silhouettes of the infrastructure on the sun, which was marked with sunspots and filaments. The sun’s yellow tint was added in post-production.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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Part of the shoot also took the talent, Levin, and his crew into a forest to shoot on location. Levin was working with minimal equipment. Just an SB strobe and couple diffusion panels. Because the natural light was fading quickly, Levin found himself boosting his ISO to handle the low lighting conditions.
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