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Photography » Basics — about 8 years ago
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The photographer was able to get a clean, crisp close-up shot of the wild boar piglet, or as they say in Dutch, the frisling. From the looks of it, the little guy had been foraging in the orange and brown fallen leaves, which provide a beautiful backdrop to the image setting.
Photography » Basics — about 8 years ago
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As a child, photographer Thomas P. Peschak used to dream about the ocean—about sharks and sea turtles and reefs teeming with colorful fish and other interesting aquatic creatures. As he grew older and became a marine biologist, however, Peschak learned a terrible truth: as a result of overfishing and pollution, the ocean is no longer teeming with life except in small, isolated pockets.
Photography » Basics — about 8 years ago
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Having begun his career as an art director, Coulter decided to make the transition to photography while working for Adidas. “I started to formulate opinions on how sports could be photographed differently. . . Beautiful lighting, minimal sets, shorter lens,” he said in a 2010 interview.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
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We feature the work of product photographer, Alex Koloskov quite often here on PictureCorrect, because he is a master of the craft and he regularly puts out helpful video tutorials to help us all sharpen up our skills.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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While many inventors are considered to have developed the first photographic camera, photography appears to have had its earliest start in the thick of the Middle Ages (1000 AD) when a man named Alhazen rigged the first pinhole camera, which we now call the Camera Obscura.
Photography » Technique — almost 8 years ago
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If you’re trying to break free from the auto settings on your camera and make an entry into the world of manual, it’s necessary to understand ISO, aperture, and shutter speed–in addition to knowing how to make them work for you.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
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Ever wish you could get professional-looking product photos from your cell phone? If you’re already a professional photographer, then maybe not.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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David LaChapelle and his crew are some of the industry’s best model builders, having built to scale models of buildings and landscapes for multiple blockbuster movies. When not building a model cityscape for a film set, LaChapelle dedicates his time to a project he calls LAND SCAPE. Part miniature photography, part landscape photography, the project is a curious mix of photography techniques that is sure to inspire.
Photography » Basics — about 8 years ago
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Stanton strives to make a real human connection with each of his subjects. Rather than simply snapping a quick portrait, he talks to each person, asking such questions as, “Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?” and “What’s your greatest challenge right now?” or simpler queries like “What’s the hardest part about math?” or “So, you really have plain looking underwear?”
Photography » Basics — about 8 years ago
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This dog just appeared out of nowhere and followed us for an entire week during our trekking trip in the Himalayan outback. He always used to sleep in front of our tent and guarded us in the nights. When I decided to get up at 4 a.m. to climb the next 5000 m peak for sunrise he accompanied me as well.
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