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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Pan American World Airways may have declared bankruptcy in 1991, but that didn’t stop photographer Michael Kelley and aviation prop fanatic Anthony Toth from taking flight on an authentically decorated Boeing 747-200 in 2014. Together, they assembled all the bits and pieces of Pan Am memorabilia they could find, hired over a dozen models and eight camera assistants, and tackled an incredibly ambitious period-piece photo shoot inside the mock-plane.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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The photo tip for today is: In your portrait photography, use “short lighting” and “broad lighting” patterns. Flat lighting will ruin your portrait photography! Caution… An on camera flash aimed at the subject will produce flat lighting. Bounce the flash off the walls, ceilings, off a reflector or something else. Never aim it directly at your subject.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Some photographers would jump at the chance to photograph great white sharks, but only from a very safe distance away, preferably with a few inches of sturdy glass between them. It takes a special breed of people to get in the water with these beautiful creatures and photograph them up close and personal while they are in their element:
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Shooting at Joshua Tree over the course of a year with a Canon 5D Mark III, Ahn created a breathtaking film that immortalizes the trees, despite what their future may hold.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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This photo was created by Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji, a northern Iranian photographer who uses HDR and fisheye lenses to creatively skew Muslim architecture into dazzlingly twisted shapes and colors. He also dabbles in landscape and documentary shots–candid-like images of locals writing or weaving carpets in a factory.
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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This should be an eye-opener for timelapse photographers. In the middle of filming a breathtaking timelapse of the August 2012 Perseids meteor shower for his project, “Helvetia by Night”, Swiss photographer Alessandro Della Bella has one of his three cameras stolen, in plain view of the other two.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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In this video, Clark appears to be using an older Nikon camera (another Japanese brand with a reputation for high-quality, consumer-friendly products). The model is most likely a D80 with an 18-135mm lens. The reflective technique Clark uses is simple to execute, and can be done in almost any weather with almost any lens.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Flying through the air at speeds exceeding 155 mph (250 km/h) in nothing more than a wingsuit is scary enough for most of us, but let’s take a minute and consider the photographers who are tasked with standing in the target area as this human bird, Alexander Polli, flies straight towards them like a heat-seeking missile! Take a look at Polli’s jaw-dropping feat and listen for the photographers:
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Photographer Luca Giustozzi, who dubbed the shot “Land of Whispering Wind,” captured the picturesque landscape outside of the village of Castelluccio di Norcia, which borders Monti Sibillini National Park. The park was established as a protected area in 1993.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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I’m sure all of us at one point or another have looked at a photo in a magazine and wondered, How did they get that shot? What was the lighting setup? Well here’s a short time-lapse video that may answer a few of your questions. There’s no discussion of the set-up, but the video does a good job of showing the basics of a magazine shoot as far as lights, background, props, & subject interaction:
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