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Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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The outdoor photography involves lots of challenges and difficulties for the photographers. The photographers need to take some important factors quite seriously in the case of outdoor photography. These factors play a major role in deciding the quality of the pictures taken outdoors.
Photography » Technique — over 4 years ago
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A dog’s bath time can be a pretty stressful experience—for both the dog and the owner. In her Wet Dog portrait series, photographer Sophie Gamand forgets about the human stresses involved and really connects with her animal subjects as they are caught in this vulnerable moment.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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Take standout portrait photos when you learn how to harness light both indoors and out with on-camera speedlights. See here for a chance to take the online Craftsy class Portraits with an On-Camera Speedlight by award-winning photographer Neil van Niekerk at no cost. And, enjoy six tips that will set you on your way to success.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Kirk created this video as a fun way to document his hiking goal for 2011, but he also resolved to hike 100 times by 2014, again documenting his adventure through photographs. Instead of taking selfies, he used items he found along the way to create and photograph the number of each hike. He compiled the photos on his 100 hikes website. He hopes to encourage and inspire others to embrace the hiking lifestyle.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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If you think investing in a polarizing filter is a bad idea, photographer Steve Perry wants to prove you wrong. Perry explains the fundamental reasons why, as a nature photographer, you absolutely need to have one of these filters in your bag at all times.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Hailing from Moldova, a small Soviet republic marked by rampant poverty, human trafficking, and alcoholism, photographer Sasha Leahovenco brings an innate sense of compassion to his work and seeks to use his skill and means to better the lives of those around him—and even those who are worlds away.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The initial moments of a photo shoot can be daunting when first viewing the location and subject. But a bit of planning makes things easier. In this video, Corey Rich shows us his creative process as he shoots a personal project at a local CrossFit gym.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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Part of being a portrait photographer is being able to coach your subjects and get them to give you authentic smiles. When working with subjects who are not professional models, it can be really tricky to extract a smile from the subject that doesn’t look forced or fake.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Stabilizing your camera with your elbows, maximizing points of contact, adjusting for vertical shots, controlling your breathing, and modifying your stance are just a few of the ways you can achieve sharper photos without using a tripod. Simply take some time to practice these techniques, and they’ll become second nature.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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“Bullet time” is a visual effect where action is slowed down so much that even the most miniscule of movements can be photographed. The term was first coined by the makers of the movie The Matrix to describe their filming of the bullets flying through the air.
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